We respect your concerns regarding privacy on the Internet and value the relationship we have with you. This policy outlines our efforts to protect your privacy, what kind of your data we collect and what we will do with the collected data.
§ 1. Protection of Your Information
All data we collect from you in the Editorial Office are protected against unauthorized access by third parties. We do our best to protect your privacy through the appropriate use of security technologies.
§ 2. Website Usage Information
While you use our websites, your visits to individual pages is not tracked and recorded in web server. Our website may use Google Analytics to help us collect information about how visitors use our sites. We use this information to compile reports and to help us improve the sites. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to a site, where visitors have navigated to a site from and the pages they visit whilst on a site. You can configure your browser to opt out of providing data to Google Analytics by using the browser add-on provided by Google here.
§ 3. User Accounts, Registration and Personalized Services
To make use of personalized services, you will have to register a user account with our website. During registration we will ask you to provide some personal information, including, but not limited to, your name, valid e-mail address, affiliation, password, academic degree. We will ask for the ResearcherID and ORCID iD, too. Some of this information is required to properly set up the user account for you to use all of services. TMNA may use this information internally, e.g., to evaluate and improve our performance, respond to any questions, requests or comments you make or to identify and prevent fraud, claims or other liabilities. TMNA may contact you by e-mail to draw your attention to content that might be of interest to you. If the personal information was provided to us by a third party (eg., your co-author), TMNA may still use this information in the same manner as described above.
§ 4. Your rights
As a registered user, you can access your account at any time and make corrections or updates. In accordance with existing data privacy law, you may request the information that TMNA holds or processes about you. On request, we will also provide you with a copy of all personal information that we possess about you. We will delete this personal information when you request to deactivate your account. However, some personal information may remain in storage for a certain period of time in order to comply with our obligations and to resolve disputes.
§ 5. Linked Websites
TMNA may link to the J. P. Schauder Center for Nonlinear Studies website being controlled by the same webmaster. Please take note that TMNA cannot be held responsible or liable for privacy practices of other websites, nor their services or content that use public data appearing on published articles.