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Use this form to create a free login for the Wicked Good Conference. Logging in lets you start discussions, reply to current threads, keep track of new messages, receive e-mail notification of responses to specific messages and discussions, change your display settings and let other users know more about you. After you complete this form, look in your mailbox for a message with a special URL for you to complete your registration. Once you go to that URL, you will be able to participate in the forums.
If you have already filled out the signup form but still have not received a validation e-mail, click here to have the validation e-mail resent.

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Do you want to get e-mail notifications when somebody responds to your posts? (NOTE: You can change this setting later in your Preferences): Yes

Why we require user registration
Unfortunately, we've experienced a growing amount of forum spam and stupid messages from trollers. While requiring registration won't stop determined morons, it will at least eliminate messages from amateur morons.

What we do with the information
The information you provide above is only for the purposes of using the Wicked Good Conference. We do not sell or provide your information to anyone; we use your e-mail address only to prevent somebody from signing you up to the forum (your login will not take effect until you respond to the e-mail the forum will send).

If you post a message in any of the forums here, your IP number (i.e, the computer-readable "address" of your computer or the system you use to connect to the Internet) is logged. What does this mean? 999 times out of 1,000, absolutely nothing. However, if we suspect fraud or deception (as has, unfortunately, happened several times in recent months), we will look at the IP number to see if I can discern anything (even with an IP number, all one can tell is which organization the IP number belongs to; an IP number does not reveal any personal details). .
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