Our website address is: https://communalytic.org.
We may collect personal and activity data, which may be linked.
We use technologies like cookies (small files stored on your browser) to identify your computer or device for authentication and security purposes and so we can deliver a better usability experience. Our system also logs information like your browser, operating system and IP address.
We also may collect personally identifiable information that you provide to us, such as your name, affiliation, or email address. If authorized by you, we may also access profile and other information from services like Google. Our system may associate this personal information with your activities in the course of providing service to you. For example, if you are using the “Sign in with Google” option to access the system, your email address will be stored and used as a unique identifier in Communalytic.
Third-party services integrated with Communalytic are subject to their own privacy policies and settings, such as:
- CrowdTangle Data Policy
We do not knowingly contact or collect personal information from children under 13. If you believe we have inadvertently collected such information, please contact us so we can promptly obtain parental consent or remove the information.
Our service does not currently recognize the “Do Not Track” signal that may be available in some web browsers.
You can request to see or delete your personal data.
You can sign into your account to see or delete any personally identifiable information we have stored, such as your name, address, email or phone number. You can also contact us by email to request to see or delete this information.
We keep personal data until you delete it.
We remove personally identifiable information (such as your name, affiliation, or email) and other preferences associated with your account promptly after you delete your account. We may retain other data indefinitely.
We don’t share your personal data with other companies.
We do not share personally identifiable information (such as name, affiliation, email, or data in your account) with other companies.
No ad companies collect data through our service.
We do not allow advertising companies to collect data through our service for ad targeting.
You can ask privacy questions.
If you have any questions or concerns about our privacy policies, please contact us: [email protected]
We take detailed steps to protect personal information.
We take reasonable administrative, physical and electronic measures designed to safeguard and protect your information from unauthorized access or disclosure. This includes utilizing Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software, which encrypts the personal information you input, and storing your information in encrypted form behind a firewall designed to block access from outside our network. However, no security or encryption method can be guaranteed to protect information from hackers or human error. Information we collect is generally only stored or processed on computers located in Canada.
Special situations may require disclosure of your data.
To operate the service, we also may make identifiable and anonymous information available to third parties in these limited circumstances: (1) with your express consent, (2) when we have a good faith belief it is required by law, (3) when we have a good faith belief it is necessary to protect our rights or property, or (4) to any successor or purchaser in a merger, acquisition, liquidation, dissolution or sale of assets. Your consent will not be required for disclosure in these cases, but we will attempt to notify you, to the extent permitted by law to do so.
Communalytic and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
This section is for our users who are located in European Economic Area or otherwise subject to GDPR. Under GDPR, Communalytic is a Data Processor of Content generated, published or shared via social media. We process this Content in accordance with the directions of our users. Because our users control how this Content is collected and used by them, they are the Controllers of the Content and are responsible for complying with applicable privacy and data protection regulations such as GDPR.