Second Last Supper – found at secondlastsupper.com, is governed by the following
What information do we collect?
Voluntarily Submission to the Website: We may collect information qualified as personal from you such as your name or email address. For example, you may voluntarily submit information to the website by subscribing to our newsletter or blog, leaving a comment, or submitting a contact form. In addition, you are able to create a user profile, which allows you to create a username and password. We will store the username, but your password will not be visible to us or would be shared to anyone.
Information Collected from Other Source: We may receive information about you from other possible sources. For example, if you choose to like our Facebook group or page, your Facebook profile photo may be shown on the “like page” widget on our existing website, which is decided as per Facebook code and not by our policy or selection.
Automatically-Collected Information: We automatically collect certain information about you and the device used to visit our website. For example, when you use the website, we will log your IP address, operating system type, browser type, referring website, pages you viewed, and the dates/times when you accessed the Website. We may also collect information about actions you take when using the Website, such as links clicked. We use this information for the purpose of analysing our website and article performance, and only analyse such data for a group of users at any time (for example through platforms such as Google Analytics). We do not have access to an individual’s specific information.
How Your Information May Be Used.
We may use the information collected in the following ways:
- To operate and maintain this Website.
- To create your account, identify you as a user of the Website, and customize the
Website for your account.
- To send you promotional information, such as newsletters. Each email promotion will
provide information on how to opt-out of future mailings.
- To send you administrative communications, such as administrative emails, confirmation
emails, technical notices, updates on policies, or security alerts.
- To respond to your comments or inquiries.
- To provide you with user support.
- To track and measure advertising on the Website.
- To protect, investigate, and deter against unauthorized or illegal activity.