Science & Pandas (website address: scienceandpandas.com) is a UK-based blog that thrives in sharing the most up-to-date info on natural sciences around the world. Your trust in this is greatly appreciated, and so it is my priority that all of your data is as secure as possible. Please read the following to see further details.
Data Collection & Management
All of the data collected from you is provided by you, and does not extend beyond your e-mail address and user details (i.e., your name and country at the time of subscription) when you register for a subscription, grant a donation or otherwise send me your details directly. In the case of a donation, your card details are not stored and are immediately deleted from the website after donating. I may also receive information about you when you interact indirectly with the site through social media platforms like Twitter, depending on your privacy settings with the social network. You should always make sure to check and adjust your settings on such third-party websites before linking them to this site (or any site, for that matter).
Information received will be used exclusively to contact you with updates about the website, which may include messages related to changes to your account (e.g., account verification) and recent posts. None of your information will be shared with third parties, whether it is through social media or within the hosting platform.
In order to ensure GDPR compliancy, any personal details you provide will be stored on the website and will be added to your user profile. Only the owner (me) will be able to see this, and you can see, edit, or delete your data at any time.
Science & Pandas uses Google Analytics for anonymous reporting of site usage and general website regulation. No personal data is stored. If you would like to prevent Google Analytics from monitoring your behaviour on the website, please use this link: Google Analytics Opt-out.
The following is a list on the various ways in which submitted information may be used:
- To verify the user's identity when logging in during website usage;
- To provide technical assistance;
- When sending updates to members with important information informing them of website changes;
- To check the account's activity in order to prevent fraudulent transactions and to ensure the security of your personal information;
- To customise the website to make your reading experience more engaging