NPHS1983.org Privacy Policy

The following information describes our information gathering and usage policies. We do not sell, rent, lend, or share your personal information with any third party, except that we may provide your personal information to the police or other investigating agencies to assist them in the investigation of any suspected violations of law. We also have the right to share your name and contact information with our attorneys in the event of serious violations of conduct.

Membership

Only graduates of the North Platte High School class of 1983, their sponsors and other classmates who attended public schools in North Platte from 1978 to 1983 are eligible to become members of nphs1983.org. To request a username and password, please contact the site administrator stating your name and contact information and your affiliation with the class of 1983. We reserve the right to require confirmation of your identity and affiliation prior to granting membership.

E-mail

It is our policy to send e-mail to our members only as it relates to official business of the class, such as reunions, registration confirmations, password assistance, etc. Other registered members can send messages to you via a Web-based interface that requires them to have a valid username and password.

Updating Your Profile

The NPHS class of 1983 provides you with the ability to update certain information about yourself as identified below. To update your profile, simply log in and click on "Update My Personal Profile". Follow the directions there to complete your changes. You have the ability to change the following information yourself:

  • Your First Name, Last Name, and Maiden Name
  • Your Email Address
  • Your Postal Address
  • Your Username and Password
  • Your Phone Number (an optional field)
  • Plus, whatever personal information you'd like to share

The Security of Your Information

Your data is kept in a highly secure environment protected from access by unauthorized parties. It is important for you to protect against unauthorized access to your password and to your computer by ensuring you logoff when finished visiting the Web site using a shared computer.

Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored in a browser-related file on your computer's hard drive when you visit this site. We use cookies to store a "Session ID" on your computer. This ID allows you to navigate restricted areas of the Web site without having to re-submit your Username and Password on each page. No other information is stored on or retrieved from your computer. Cookies are widely used on most major Web sites.

Updates to Our Information Practices

From time to time, we make changes to our information practices or alter the functionality of our Web site. We will update this statement accordingly, so we encourage you to periodically review this page for the latest information on privacy practices.