Your privacy on the Internet is important to us. The Globalist will never disclose your personally identifiable information to a third party unless required to do so by court order, law or governmental agency.
Our newsletter subscribers’ email addresses are stored in an online database. We use these addresses to send announcements and alerts, which subscribers can opt out of at any time. We also reserve the right to use these addresses to contact our subscribers at other times.
When a visitor requests pages at our site, the server automatically recognizes the visitor’s domain name and public IP address. The server may collect this and other basic internet capability information in order to send you the appropriate web content and aggregate information on what pages users access or visit. This information may be used for statistical and operational purposes.
Visitors should be advised that The Globalist’s website links to other sites, each of which is beyond The Globalist’s control. Because of the nature of the Internet, The Globalist cannot be responsible for the content or privacy policies of the websites to which it links.
The Globalist maintains a database of members, supporters, media, subscribers to our content products and publications, and others. Examples of information recorded in the database include names, telephone numbers, postal addresses, and email addresses. That information is gathered through personal relationships and forms on this website. From time to time, we may notify people in our database if we think they may be interested in new articles, events or other offerings.
If you have a question or comment about The Globalist’s information practices, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.