Please read the following:
Support of the use of social profiles like LinkedIn and Facebook to sign into this website will be deprecated from May 2020, and you will need to create an account directly with us to access locked content. Please follow the steps listed below to revoke access to your profiles if you had registered an account with us already using either Facebook/LinkedIn. Or you may delete your existing account and create a new one if required.
So that other members can recognize you as a real person and not as a spammer or bot. Also, it improves security since this site gets only limited data like username, current status, etc from LinkedIn and Facebook. This site does not store nor capture your LinkedIn or Facebook login information since the login process is directly handled by them and when they have successfully identified you as the real owner, this site gets a nod saying you are who you claim you are and provides us with basic information which is used to create your profile on this site.
Please note that the only reason why this site requires you to sign up is to participate in the forum, maintain your own blog and access locked content which are all free to use as of now. You can delete your account anytime, but any blog or discussion you had started will remain on the website.
This website uses third party tools and services to implement basic features of a community, improve user experience, monitor site performance and usage analytics (Google Analytics) for which cookies are used. Cookies from Google Adsense may store data required by them to show ads based on your personal preferences. This site does not require you to store any other credentials such as bank/credit information or any other sensitive data. Your IP address, city and time of access are recorded so that spammers and other people with malicious intent can be blocked from accessing our resources. Your usage of this site is tracked again for the same purpose and to encourage users to post more questions and interact based on points, badges and achievements. Your email address is also stored to send occasional mails on recent articles and questions that other members may post on this site.
We do use an SSL certificate, keep server and site updated with recent upgrades, and CDN to minimize risk of any attacks.
How to revoke access to our app on Facebook/LinkedIn
In case you would like to delete your account, and revoke access to our app to enable social login using either LinkedIn or Facebook, please read on.
Navigate to settings in LinkedIn and remove ChipVerify from Permitted Services.
Navigate to settings in Facebook and remove ChipVerify from Active Apps.
To delete account in ChipVerify
Navigate to settings > Edit your profile and delete your account.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact.