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Registration and creation of personal profile.
DirectDemocracyS, and all related projects, allow everyone to have a username, not connected, to their real personal data.
We guarantee anyone who joins us, the ability to remain anonymous, for as long as they wish.
We give everyone the opportunity to choose if and which real personal data to share, if and when to share them, and, of course, with whom to share them. During registration, one must decide whether to be visible, or invisible, with real data, or anonymous, if, and which real data to share, if, and with whom they are shared.
You can make any changes, at any time, to privacy, visibility, and anonymity, individually, after logging in, in our website.
The real name of each of our users will be made public, only on the basis of very detailed internal rules.
The real name and surname will be mandatory, for the creation of the new personal profile, as a political candidate, in the internal online primaries, and in the real elections, based on the specific regulation.
Only our official members can be proposed, or self-proposed, as candidates, in the selection process, for our internal, closed primary elections. Only, and exclusively, in case of positive results, in the closed online primary elections, can one become a candidate, in the real elections, as political representatives, of DirectDemocracyS.
The real name and surname of the candidate for political representative will be associated with the individual personal profile, only by special security groups.
No one can communicate, request, investigate, or search, to link a username to a real name.
Only special security groups can link the username to the real name, based on specific rules, with all the security measures, to guarantee the anonymity of anyone who joins us.
The username, chosen on the basis of the specific rules, for registration, is used on the official DirectDemocracyS website, and in all related projects, to access our official websites, together with the password. In the first phase, the password can be identical, but for security reasons, we suggest everyone to change it, not using the same password, from one project to another.
In some of our related projects, it is possible to use your e-mail address as a username.
Banned usernames, in all languages.
The following rules are valid for all languages.
The username must not contain vulgar words, profanity, or offenses, not even the respective abbreviations. Not to offend other users, or our visitors.
The user’s name must not contain company names, registered trademarks, and advertisements of anything, not even their respective abbreviations. Not to advertise to anyone.
It must not contain the names of other political forces, nor their respective abbreviations.
It must not contain, without all permissions, according to specific rules, names of DirectDemocracyS, and related projects.
The username must not contain the full names of continents, countries, states, regions, provinces, districts, cities, or neighborhoods. Usernames, which contain names of geographical areas, are only the official ones, authorized by the special administration groups, and by the special security groups. Anyone who owns a username containing the name of a geographical area must request a change, immediately, according to the specific rules.
The username must not contain names such as: administrator, security, specialist, expert, or names of people, or real things, or even work activities, which may mislead our other users, or our visitors.
The perfect username.
A personal code, created by each user, with an initial part, containing the first 2, or if you wish at most 3 letters, of the ISO code, of your country, information at this link going down the page: https:/ /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1 or of your geographical area, with a combination of your choice, of at least 6, and at most 9 characters (preferably a combination of lowercase letters, and numbers, without special characters), represents the perfect username, which we recommend to everyone.
In this way, you can maintain anonymity, and be sure of being included in the precise geographical groups of residence.
Anyone who has a username, with the first name inside, or the surname, or both, real, if they wish, can keep it.
We recommend everyone to always follow, and with great attention, all the advice for using the Internet, in the safest way, made through the press releases, articles, and posts, on the public page, of our Special Security Group.
The same rules apply to each username, of the institutionalized profile, and to each username, to each request, of personalized e-mail.
In certain cases, after the appointment, by our super administrators, certain administrators, may receive, usernames, as needed, to clarify any important roles, such as administrators, of our political organization, at the national level, they can receive the name of the country, where our organization is located. For example, the administrator, of our organization in the United States, will receive the username, of the institutional profile, United States.
In other cases, again for administrators, the username of the institutional profile will receive, again from our super administrators, the username of the special group they coordinate, such as Security, Legality and others. The same goes for the various coordinators, groups of experts, specialists, and every working group.
In some cases, various users, or various groups of users, or specifically named persons, manage the institutional profiles together, as needed.
These norms, and rules, are an integral part of all our regulations, and in the case of contrary or different norms, the latest version must always be respected, which will become the definitive version, after the publication of the Definitive Official Regulations.