To sign up and log into Confirm, we require one of the third party services below.

We do this for two reasons:

  1. Authenticity. The Confirm platform is built on trust. It's critical that contributors are real people, and requiring a third party login helps ensure that. It makes it much harder for candidates to create accounts to "game" our platform by providing their own feedback.
  2. Security. The third party platforms we have chosen to work with have bank-level security requirements that help keep Confirm secure. Third party logins also protect you from account hijacking, as we do not store passwords.

What kind of information will I be sharing with Confirm?
We only request basic authentication information like name and email address. We don't ask for information about your friends or contacts, your "Likes" or preferences, your photos, or anything else.

I still don't want to log in using a third party platform. What should I do?
If you are unwilling to contribute feedback using an existing third party account, you can create a new account with one of the services above and use it to log into Confirm.

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