To read and contribute at Arclind Mindspace, you don’t need to provide any private or personal information unless you choose otherwise.
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As a reader, you can anonymously access Arclind Mindspace from anywhere. At that time, your browser information, time of access, the page accessed, IP address, the page you were referred from, will be logged in our server access log. These logs are only used to analyse technical errors and will usually be deleted after a few weeks. This information helps us to fight against spam and vandalism.
The content you publicly contribute to Arclind Mindspace will be permanently available to the whole world, licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. You can create content or edit existing contents on Arclind Mindspace with an account. In that case, you will have to use an email address and a username.
We don’t sell or share any information to any third parties unless the government legally requests such information. For analysing our user behaviour and other content statistics, we use the Analytics tool from Google. They collect the same information that we find in our server logs. If you don’t trust Google Analytics, you can block the
analytics.js with any of the trusted add-ons available for your browser.
If you have any queries, please send an email to [email protected].