As long as you do not register as a user and use our services, you are using The female Scientist anonymously.
Beyond the data collected during the registration process (see below), data can be used and processed (for example with the help of cookies), which, although not containing your name and personal data, can be legally evaluated as so-called pseudonymous data. This also applies to the analysis of our pages through technical means.
Registration for and use of the community
If you want to create a user account in our community, you need to register.
In order to carry out the registration via the website and to create a user account for you, we collect, process and use the following data:
First name & last name (this might also be a pseudonym)
Status in sciences (e.g. Graduate student, Research associate, Professor, not working in science)
Social Media Links (voluntary)
Profile picture (voluntary)
We use the above data for the following purposes: validation of the user; Sending an e-mail note in the case changes to the service; Sending notes when users you follow publish an article; Anonymous evaluation for internal purposes to improve and develop our service.
When you publish an article, we process the above data for the purpose of publication. For website visitors, your first and last name, as well as a description that you may have provided voluntarily, will be available to the public. In addition, other users can see which users have liked an article and which articles and comments a user has published.
Your personal data, insofar as these are necessary for this contractual relationship (inventory data) in terms of its establishment, the organization of content and modifications, are used exclusively for purposes of our website.
Without your explicit consent or a legal basis, your personal data are not passed on to third parties.
Web analysis with Google Analytics
This website uses Google Analytics with the extension “anonymizeIP()”, IP addresses being truncated before further processing in order to rule out direct associations to persons.
Information about cookies
(2) You can prevent storage of cookies by choosing a “disable cookies” option in your browser settings. But this can limit the functionality of our Internet offers as a result.
Social plug-ins from Facebook
Social plug-ins from Twitter
According to the Federal Data Protection Act of Germany, you have a right to free-of-charge information about your stored data, and possibly entitlement to correction, blocking or deletion of such data. Inquiries can be directed to the following e-mail address email@example.com.