Why does Common Sense offer social login?

Last Updated: Nov 17, 2017 10:46AM PST
Although you always have the option to create a unique account for Common Sense, social login makes it easier to log in and register. When you choose to use social login, you will link your account on our website with a third-party social-networking site such as Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

These social-networking sites verify your identity, allow you to log in to Common Sense using a single social-login button, and share personal information you allow us to collect.

Your email address from your social-networking account will be used to verify whether you have an existing account on Common Sense. If there is no matching email address, a new Common Sense account will be created using the email address collected from your social-networking account. If the email address from your social-networking account matches an existing email address on Common Sense, your existing Common Sense account will be connected to that social-networking account.

Once you have linked your social-networking account to your Common Sense account, you will automatically be logged in on our site if you are logged in on the linked social-networking site. However, if you log out of Common Sense, you will remain logged out until you log in again on a subsequent visit.

You don't have to use social login. We offer registration that uses your email address instead and is not linked with an existing social-networking account.

Kids are valuable community members on our site. We don't allow social login for kids under 18.

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