Providing transparency for the types of data Research Money collects, and how it is used, is an essential part of maintaining open communication between the company and our readers. Research Money account creation only requires data that is necessary for either communication or payment services, and we only collect information on aspects of your visit that we feel are important to know in order to improve our website and better serve the science, technology and innovation (STI) community.
Research Money collects data on website visitors. By accessing the website, you are agreeing to allow information to be collected about your visit, including (but not limited to):
What time you access the website
What country you access it from
What type of device (computer, phone, tablet) you use to access the website
What pages you visit
How you arrived on the page
How long you visit a page
What terms you search
Our websites utilizes cookies. A cookie is a small text file that permits us to recognize your browser in order to customize your experience, or permit you to access restricted areas. Cookies do not contain personal information.
Research Money collects this type of information in order to better understand user trends and improve the website and its contents. This information may occasionally be used as a part of publicly available data on user trends; however, any identifying or personal information will not be included in such a report.
You will need to provide personal information, including your name and email, to create an account with Research Money. This information will be kept confidential unless disclosure is required by law. Only Research Money employees will have access to your name and email. Your email may be used to communicate with you about your account, your payment information, or provide updates on our services.
For paid subscribers, you will have to provide a billing address and payment information. This information is collected securely and will allow Research Money to process your payment annually.
Should you choose to delete your account, your personal information relating to your paid Research Money subscription will be deleted.