Information We Collect and Why
You can browse this site without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself.
As with many websites, when you use the site we may track usage information that does not identify you, including IP address, general location information, device identifier, browser type, or language.
This may also include information about your use of the site, such as search terms, search results, or additional traffic data. This information is used for website traffic analysis and to improve the content of our site.
Any additional information — such as your name, organization, email address, and home country — is collected only with your consent. You provide such information whenever you sign up for our email newsletter. We use industry standard practices to protect these data.
How We Use “Cookies” and Why
If you don’t like cookies, you can have your web browser reject the cookies. Please see your browser functions to learn more. Some features of the site may not work if you set your web browser to decline or delete cookies.
The Globalist may use service providers, such as Google Analytics, to collect information about your use of our site over time for non-advertising purposes. Your data collected via Google Analytics has been anonymized. To learn more about what data Google Analytics collects, and download a browser add-on to opt-out of Google Analytics, please visit https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245
Email Opt-out and Tracking
The Globalist collects and stores subscribers’ email addresses. We use these addresses to send announcements and alerts, which subscribers can opt out of at any time.
When you receive system emails from The Globalist, we may collect information that indicates if you open the email or click on links in that email. This does not apply to emails sent from individual email accounts.
The Globalist will not sell, rent, loan, trade, or lease any personal information collected online or offline.
The Globalist uses the information we collect to improve your experience on the site, to recommend specific content, and to perform statistical and demographic analysis of the users of the site.
If you choose to share personal data with us via the site or via email, we may store it and use it to alert you to content from The Globalist. We may share your information with our service providers in order to maintain or enhance the functionality of our site and communications.
Links to Third Party Sites and Services
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 uses third party services to perform functions on our behalf. These may include hosting, content management, social media integration, analytics, and other functions. These services may have access to personal information if needed to perform their activities and are required to maintain the confidentiality and security of the information provided. Visitors should consult the privacy policies of those third parties to learn more.
In order to protect your information from loss, misuse, or unauthorized access or disclosure, we use secure data networks that are consistent with industry standards.
Should a data breach occur that affects your personal information, we will take appropriate action within 72 hours of discovering the breach.
Access to Information and Data
You have the right to request access, modify, correct, or remove your data collected in our database at any time. You may do so by contacting The Globalist at firstname.lastname@example.org. We try to respond to all legitimate requests within one month.
How You Can Withdraw Consent
If you wish to stop receiving e-mails from The Globalist, you may do so by clicking the “Unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any e-mail.
Changes to This Policy
Last update: May 25, 2018