In order to perform its function, our magazines collect user information. This user information can in no way be used to identify a user beyond identifying the Device they are using to access our content.
Some or all of the following information is collected:
Access to the System is logged in plain text log files and SQL databases. These are used to monitor server performance, analyse trends, administer the System, track user movement. Log files may include some or all of the User Information listed above.
Remote notifications may be sent via external systems such as Apple’s Push Notification Service (APNS). Information sent to remote notifications services may include a device token and application specific parameters such as a message. No personal or user identifying information is sent to these systems.
The System may contain content from third-party content providers; however the content provider(s) will not receive M2 Magazine user or customer information from M2 Magazine.
To provide support to Customers, M2 Magazine may collect Customer information including name, email addresses, device information (such as device type, revision, operating system), etc. M2 Magazine may communicate with Customers via telephone, email or other online support systems. This information is stored in M2 Magazine’s private, internal document management system.
Applications track user behaviour in order to improve the user experience & provide reporting to Clients. The analytics collected do not include any identifying information (apart from a device identifier) or personal data.
For example the analytics might record that a user clicked on the Purchases screen, and then purchased a particular issue, M2 Magazine would use this to generate aggregate statistics reports that inform us how many people purchased a particular product.
Some platforms prohibit the collection of user analytics data, where this applies, Applications do not collect this information.
Content provided contains links to external web sites controlled by third parties. Such other sites are not under the control of M2 Magazine. Therefore, M2 Magazine makes no representations as to the accuracy or integrity of the content included on such other sites.
Additionally, while the System may be accessed from countries around the world and contains references to M2 Magazine content, products, services, and programs, such references do not obligate M2 Magazine to provide such content, products, services, or programs in every country.
Customers may email privacy@M2magazine.com if they no longer wish to receive information from M2 Magazine.
Changes to this Privacy Statement
M2 Magazine reserves the right to modify this Privacy Statement, and may modify the Statement from time to time. Changes will be posted on this website.
If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement or our practices, please email privacy@M2Magazine.com.