You are visiting dscriber.com, a daily magazine with sections of both newsy and cosmic importance. Dscriber is made up of professional journalists, writers, artists, photographers, and filmmakers â€“ mainly freelancers. They gather on irregular schedules to explore the digital world with the same wit and verve they bring to familiar popular publications elsewhere.
What Kind of Information Do Our Users Provide Us?
dscriber users provide us with the following information: A username that identifies and differentiates one user from the next. A password that is encrypted and thus not viewable to dscriber employees or users First and last name to be displayed on the individual user's profileAdditionally, users can optionally fill out their profile to include personal interests, a favorite website, movie, and book, and their gender, birthdate and city.
What Kind of Information Does dscriber Automatically Collect?
We write cookies stored by your web browser that tracks your user preferences (if you're unfamiliar with how cookies work, we recommend this Lifehacker article). You're free to clear dscriber's cookies; however, for optimal user experience we advise against it.
How Do We Use and Share User Information?
dscriber does not share user information with third parties. We display the information you fill out in your profile to other users on the site. We will not sell or release your personal information, nor will we spam you with information unrelated to dscriber. We will occasionally send our users updates and news about the website via email, as well as stats and activity on comparisons they've created or commented on. If you do not wish to receive these emails, you can opt out via your account settings.
How Can Users Change Their Privacy Settings? (opting in/out of emails, profile settings, etc)
Your privacy settings can be changed under your account settings. You can opt out of dscriber email updates, as well as edit personal information you do not want to be publicly viewed.