What it contain?
Most websites make their privacy policies available to site visitors. A privacy page should specify any personally identifiable information that is gathered, such as name, address, photo and contact number, as well as other things like order history, browsing habits and downloads.
The names, phone number, photo and email addresses, and articles entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party. Journal of Pharmaceutical Advanced Research is very much concerned about the policy for protecting users' personal information.
Information that Journal acquires:
Personal information: The JPAR collects directly from you may include:
Automatically (Other) information collection electronically:
JPAR may automatically collect information about your use of the Web Services through the automated tracking technologies that are Web Utilization Data (WUD), UDUR and URL. The information is as mentioned below:
The way of collection data:
The journal shall collect information or researcher or reader by direct interactions (Personal and/or Other Information from your use of the Web Services), datas from third parties (The information from automated tracking technologies on third party websites) and third party collection of information (The third-party vendors to track and analyze usage and volume statistical information of our Web Services).
Utilization of information/ data:
Disclosure of information:
The JPAR also may need to disclose your personal information:
Journal of Pharmaceutical Advanced Research (JPAR) web site:
Users can browse and view JPAR web site without providing any personal information. Third parties are not allowed to see users’ personal information, unless otherwise approved by the users. As per the principle of journal, we never share or sell any personal data to anybody. We try to provide all possible cyber-security (possible by us) to protect all the information of the users. But the reality is that no website is 100% hacking proof.
Therefore, JPAR will not be responsible for any loss/theft of data, personal information, email ID, password, etc. and any kind of subsequent losses arising from these hacking, theft etc.
Publication of an article in JPAR is intrinsically an open process. Immediately after publication of a manuscript, the name and email addresses of corresponding authors will be available to web site users with the sole purpose to facilitate scientific communication. Collecting these email addresses for commercial use is strictly prohibited.
JPAR reserves the authority to disclose members' personal information if required to do so by law, or in the belief that such action is logically necessary to comply with legal process, respond to claims, or protect the rights, property or safety of JPAR, employees or members. For any queries or questions about your privacy, and Journal of Pharmaceutical Advanced Research please contact our editorial office at email@example.com.