This Privacy Policy provides the privacy-related practices of Ponderwall Magazine in all its distribution forms (the “Site”, “our services”) published by Ponderwall (“We”, “Us”). It provides the rules under which we may collect information from you when you use the Site. However, it does not apply to information provided via email, phone or other means.

By visiting the Site, you agree and accept the terms of this Privacy Policy. If you have any doubt or question, you may contact us at

What information do we collect

When you access our services and Site, we collect two sorts of information: personal, including data from subscription forms, orders, surveys, registration, etc. And non-personal, collected using network and software technology such as tracking mechanisms.

Registration Information

Registration to Ponderwall Magazine may require to provide certain personal information, such as email, age, job, etc. It may also be done through social media, such as Twitter and Facebook. In this case, you agree to let them send us information from your accounts in those social media sites and you authorize us to collect, store and use those information. You may disconnect or control the shared information from the settings of those social media sites. The registration or connection through social media may collect your network identification, your use of our site and other information.

Public Activities

When you act or react on Ponderwall Magazine services (commenting, reviewing, etc), you should know that your activity is public and can be seen by other users. All content and information you disclose become public. We may use your content and information for commercial use in any given context. We do not take any responsibility regarding your public activities on our service. For more information, please check our Terms of Service.

Information Collected Through Technology

In order to be able to offer you the access to our services, we use computer and network technologies and mechanisms. As part of the service offering process, we may collect information about the device you’re using, such as address, location, identifiers, language etc.

It is also of a common use to put small text files named “cookies” in your computer or device. These files allow us to recognize you and provide you with customized access and services. Other similar technologies that use local storage files and objects may also be used, such as HTML5, web beacons and scripts. If you disable cookies from your browser, you may not access parts of our services.

We may use several technologies, such as GPS and IP Addresses to detect your location. Some of our services and platforms may use such information to deliver location based customization.

We may combine your data and information using logs and analytics tools.
How do we use your information?

We may use the information we collect about you in statistical and analytics studies. We use them also in our collaboration with advertisers and sponsors. This allows us to provide you a more customized experience, including more targeted advertising and a device-optimized output formatting.

We may contract with third-party companies parts to handle part of our service delivery processes. We may share parts of your information to help them perform their services. We will require them to not share or use your information for their own direct benefit. However, in case of any violation, you agree that they shall take the full responsibility of their doing.

Updates to the Privacy Policy

We may update this policy at any time. The changes will then take effect immediately after modification.

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