Students and their parents need to be aware of the various restrictions in a college’s portal to keep students safe.
To that end, the Department of Information Technology and Society (DITS) has released guidelines for students, parents and administrators.
These guidelines are available on the DITS website.
It’s worth noting that they are based on a survey that was conducted in 2016.
It shows that while parents tend to share more information on their students’ profiles, they do not seem to care about their privacy.
Parents also seem to be unaware of their kids’ personal information.
The survey showed that 43 per cent of parents were unaware of the privacy policies on their children’s profiles.
Parents were also more likely to use their school email address (42 per cent) than their personal account (29 per cent).
Parents also seemed to be less likely to provide their student with their full name and birth date, as well as to use the school’s social media accounts, like Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, for their students.
However, the survey did show that parents were less likely than students to ask for parental permission for their children to share certain personal information on social media.
Students and parents also tend to be concerned about the security of the portal, but they tend to forget this when they log in.
Parents are not only worried about their child’s personal information but also the privacy of their students on their school’s portal.
Students should be aware that they should be concerned that their school may have access to their personal information even if they have signed in to their profile using their real name.
The same goes for parents.
Parents should be especially concerned about what they do with their students information when they are not logged in to that account.
A student should be informed that their parents are not allowed to access any information on them while they are logged in.
A parent should be reminded that the portal cannot be used to store information on an individual, like a username, which is not tied to a specific account.
The portal cannot store the unique identification numbers (UID) or any other personal information associated with a student’s identity.
The information cannot be stored on the school server or stored for any other purpose.
If a parent wishes to share a student with a friend, it will need to give the school permission.
However a student should also be aware about the privacy settings for the account.
It should be noted that if a parent or a student has created an account on a portal they are allowed to log into the portal using their full names.
A new account will be required if they are going to access information on another person.
For example, if a student is going to create an account with a real name, then the school will need permission from the parent or the student to do so.
Parents who do not understand these rules may have created an email account on their personal accounts, but their students will not be able to access their email account.
This is a good idea, as it will allow the parents to access the email account even if their account is closed.
However this is only a last resort.
Parents can also log into their accounts using their email addresses and passwords if they wish.
If they choose to do this, they can use the email address for any activity related to the student or the school.
If the parent has access to the email they will be able see the account details and the account information that is related to that student.
They can also see what information is stored on their account.
They may also have access the log in and password details for the students account.
There are a number of privacy settings in the portal that parents should be mindful of.
The first is to not have personal information stored on other accounts.
This should be one of the first steps parents take to ensure that their students privacy is protected.
If an account is created, it is linked to the person that created it.
If someone changes the email addresses or passwords on that account, then it becomes linked to that person.
This means that it can be used by any person, even the parent.
The next privacy setting is to log in to the portal as the user who created it, not the parent of the student.
This ensures that the school has complete control over the portal and does not allow it to be used for any malicious purposes.
The third privacy setting that parents need are to log out of their accounts at the end of the term.
This prevents the school from using the portal to track the students and parents’ activities.
This will also prevent a school from tracking the activity of their own students and students’ parents.
The last setting that is important is to remove any data that the students or parents upload.
This includes email addresses, password hashes and other data that may be used in a way to identify the students’ or parents’ identities.
This data can include anything from a student profile photo to a student account name.
For the best privacy, parents should keep all data on their accounts and use it only for