Privacy Statement

The data collected from registered and unregistered users of this journal are within the scope of the standard operation of refereed journals. That includes the information needed to communicate in the editorial process. The information is used to inform readers about the authorship and editing of the content. Likewise, it allows collecting aggregate data on reading behaviors as well as monitoring geopolitical and social elements of academic communication.

The editorial team of this journal uses this data as a guide for the publication and improvement of the journal. The data that will help improve the publishing platform can be shared with your developer Public Knowledge Project in an anonymous and aggregated way, with its own exceptions such as the article metric. The magazine will not sell the data nor will PKP use it for other purposes than those established in this section. The authors who have authorship of articles in this journal are responsible for the data on subjects that appear in the research reported here.

The persons responsible for the edition of this magazine are in compliance with the standards on data privacy, including the clause of "rights over data subjects" of the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (RGPD) which includes ( a) notifications about data breaches; (b) right of access; (c) right to be erased; (d) data portability; and (e) privacy by design. The GDPR also allows for the recognition of the "public interest in data availability" which is important to those who maintain, with the highest possible integrity, public records of academic publications.