ScoutTrack.com appreciates that just about everyone is careful to maintain their privacy. To that end, ScoutTrack.com has established the following policies:
Each ScoutTrack.com user has a UserId and Password that must be entered when the user logs into ScoutTrack.com. The information that a person can access is limited by their role in the pack or troop:
In addition, ScoutTrack.com uses secure site technology:
Your name (or your Scout's name) and e-mail address will not be given/sold to any other company/person without your permission.
When you send e-mail to other users via ScoutTrack.com, your e-mail address will be given to the recipients in the "From:" field of your e-mail message.
No -- we're not talking about those delicious Girl Scout Cookies! "Cookies" are pieces of information stored on your computer (within your browser) by a Web Server. When your browser communicates with the ScoutTrack.com Web Server, the cookie is sent.
ScoutTrack.com uses two of these "cookies":
ScoutTrack.com logs requests made to the ScoutTrack.com server in order to assist technical support when investigating problems. This information is only accessible by ScoutTrack.com technical support personnel.