PRIVACY & COOKIE POLICY

This policy explains the types of information that we may collect and hold and how that information is used

Information you submit

If you sign up to our email newsletter, register for an event, fill out any form or similar, Young Scientists Journal will store that information securely and we won’t share it with any third parties without your permission, except in response to requests from law enforcement authorities, regulatory bodies or legal advisers in connection with any alleged criminal offence. We will use your information to help us fulfil your requests for our services such as a newsletter, registration or otherwise.

Analytics

We anonymously measure your use of this website to improve your experience. We use this to create aggregated statistics about the use of our websites, products, services and loyalty programs, which we may share with third parties and/or make available to the public. Examples of what data we anomalously collect include: Details of the content that you view and interact with, for example, when you use our website, we may collect information about your visit, such as your browser software, which pages you view and which items you ‘clicked’ on. Service, product or server logs, which hold technical information about your use of our service, product or websites, such as your IP address, domain, device and application settings, errors and hardware activity Information about where your device is physically located. For example, when you are using a geo-location service or application and you have provided consent to your location being shared

Cookies

A cookie is a small amount of data, which often includes a unique identifier. Cookies may be sent to your browser when you visit our website. They are stored by your web browser on your device. Cookies we use: • We may use essential cookies in order to enable you to receive the services that you request via our websites. Without these cookies, services that you have asked for cannot be provided. A cookie is required to anonymously measure your use of this website to improve your experience. Social Media Facebook, Twitter and other social websites may need to know who you are to work properly, so may require a cookie. Third party cookies: Your use of our websites may result in some cookies being stored that are not controlled by Young Scientists Journal. This may occur when Young Scientists Journal includes content displayed from a third party website, for example, YouTube or Facebook. This will result in you receiving cookies from these third party services. You should review the privacy and cookie policies of these services to find out how these third parties use cookies.

Third Party Content

Young Scientists Journal is not responsible for the content of third party websites linked to from this site.