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The Anarkismo web server retains logs of all activity on the website. Normally, these logs are used purely for the purpose of compiling statistics about site usage and are deleted after 7 days. In special cases, where persistent patterns of abuse are noticed, we may decide to use the logs to identify the source of the abuse. The information in these logs is not shared with any other body and is not used for any other purposes.
The Anarkismo web site contains links to other websites, whether controlled by Indymedia affiliates or unrelated third parties. Anarkismo is not responsible for the privacy policies and practices of any linked website.
Currently, the Anarkismo site uses personal information as a basis for identifying the authors of published articles, and in order to allow individual user login to certain site functions (e.g. to administer the newswire). Names (and additional information that a user may choose to post) are publicly available on the Anarkismo site.
All email sent to the Anarkismo mailing list is stored and publicly accessible at the list archive, including the sender's reported name and e-mail address.
Subscription-based News Emails
Users may subscribe to receive site notifications, newsletters or other information via email. Users may remove themselves from such services at their discretion. Any email sent to an Anarkismo list will include directions for how a user may remove him or herself from the list, or a URL where the user may find such directions.
In order to arrange for the production of web content, print publications, and audio and video features, Anarkismo may use personal information to contact users on an individual basis.
Name, Email, Phone Number, Address Display
Users' personal information may be publicly available through published articles. Users have the option to opt out of publicly displaying their real names by typing in a pseudonym; users may choose to not disclose address or telephone contact information at all. Requests to remove personal identifying information from published articles must be sent using the contact form.
In cases where users voluntarily and publicly disclose personal information in conjunction with content published subject to the Anarkismo content usage policy, such personal information may or may not be disclosed as part of a non-commercial assemblage of Indymedia content, whether in print, electronic, audio or video. The producers of any such compilation will make every effort to contact the original author to determine whether credit/disclosure is desired.
At no time, unless a user specifically authorizes such disclosure, will Anarkismo disclose individual user personal information that is not publicly available to unrelated third parties.
The Anarkismo email lists, hosted at lists.indymedia.org, are configured such that all text messages sent to the list, along with names and email addresses, are disclosed in the message archive. In addition, a complete list of subscribers may be available to third parties at the lists web site, although users can opt to conceal themselves from the subscriber list. Users concerned with privacy issues are encouraged to sign up for an anonymous email service.
To secure site integrity, Anarkismo employs measures including but not limited to security audits, use of encryption tools and software, and other reasonable security measures and procedures. Internal access to web server access logs and any non-public user information is restricted to site administrators and individuals on a need-to-know basis.
In the event that Anarkismo becomes aware that site security is compromised or non-public user information has been disclosed to unrelated third parties as a result of external activity, including but not limited to law enforcement activities or external security attacks, Anarkismo shall take reasonable measures which it deems appropriate, including internal investigation and, if required, cooperation with our web host.
Last updated May 2004