We automatically collect the following data:
- HTTP headers (web requests, IP addresses, types of browsers, types of operating systems);
- information knowingly provided on forms (incl. surveys, online forms and registration forms);
- location information, based on IP addresses the content is accessed with.
The data we collect is stored safely in our databases on our privately owned servers. Our databases cannot be accessed publicly and are kept under 24/7 surveillance at all times. All data is sent over an encrypted SSL connection.
Use of data
We use the information we collect to provide tailored experience, monitor the traffic and improve the overall service. This data allows us to show more relevant information to you personally; thus it lets you understand our services better and more time-efficiently.
We use your contact information to send you information we think might be interesting to you as well as promotional material from us and our partners.
We may use your personal information for statistical analysis to improve our content and services.
By using this site you agree that you may be contacted by email, phone or SMS text messages even if your number is found on a do not call registry or similar opt-out lists.
If you want to change, delete or get access to your personal information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Disclosure of data
We share anonymous statistical data (such as browser type, demographics, page views, time and date) with Google Analytics. You can opt out of being presented on Google Analytics on their official Opt-out site. We use Disqus to power our comments on the Phycon Blog. Consequently, by writing a comment you agree to have your comment's data processed by Disqus.
We may share anonymous data with other services that we require to fulfill or deliver our core services and / or products.
We do not share any of your personal information in an aggregated (or otherwise combined) matter with third parties unless agreed otherwise individually.
We will share our stored data to comply with the applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request.