Real Names – Real Community

  • We encourage our users to use Real Names to build a real community, friendships and networking opportunities.

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Do you agree that using Real Names builds a stronger community?

  • Yes - Fully Agree

    Votes: 12 44.4%
  • Yes - But I need to maintain my privacy due to work

    Votes: 12 44.4%
  • No

    Votes: 1 3.7%
  • Not sure

    Votes: 2 7.4%

  • Total voters
    27

twicesafe

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We encourage our users to use Real Names to build a real community, friendships, and networking opportunities.
We recognize that answering questions within the forums takes you away from your daily work tasks.
However, we would like you to see this as an opportunity to promote yourself and your organization. If you work within the industry, please feel free to add information about your organization and product(s) to your signature if you believe the information will be beneficial to the other members.
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twicesafe

Administrator
Staff member
Sep 4, 2018
75
Ratings
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8
Vancouver, Canada
www.computerforensicsworld.com
Twitter
Forensic_Notes
#2
We encourage our users to use Real Names to build a real community, friendships, and networking opportunities.
We recognize that answering questions within the forums takes you away from your daily work tasks.
However, we would like you to see this as an opportunity to promote yourself and your organization. If you work within the industry, please feel free to add information about your organization and product(s) to your signature if you believe the information will be beneficial to the other members.
Continue reading...
 

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