ScoutTrack.com appreciates that just about everyone is careful to maintain their privacy. To that end, ScoutTrack.com has established the following policies:
Protection of your personal information
Each ScoutTrack.com user has an ID and password that must be entered when logging in to ScoutTrack.com. The information that a person can access is limited by their role in the pack or troop:
- Parents can only see the information about their scouts.
- Den leaders & assistant scoutmasters can only see information about their den/patrol (which includes the scouts in their den/patrol).
- Pack/Troop Leaders can see all the dens/patrols but they can not see individual scout achievements.
- Advancements coordinators can see individual scout achievements that have been completed.
- Boy Scouts can only see their own information.
In addition, ScoutTrack.com uses secure site technology:
Usage of your personal information
Your name (or your Scout's name) and email address will not be given/sold to any other company/person without your permission.
When you send email to other users via ScoutTrack.com, your email address will be given to the recipients in the From field of your email message.
Use of "cookies" in ScoutTrack.com
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:
- A second cookie is used to hold your current login session. This cookie is only sent back to the ScoutTrack.com server.
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.