How We Collect Your Personal Information
Integrity Research Journals may collect any information that you provide to us when you:
make an enquiry, provide feedback or make a complaint about our organisation or Journals by email or on our website.
submit manuscript for publication by email or on our website.
register an account with us to tract your Manuscript(s).
update your account profile.
edit or review a manuscript for any of our Journals.
subscribe to our mailing lists.
attend an event hosted by us.
provide us with your contact details by email or over the phone.
submit a CV to become Reviewer, Editor or Editorial Board Member.
submit an application to a job vacancy, attend an assessment test or interview.
make enquiry on behave of your institution.
interact with us on our social medium platforms (like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter)
Personal Information We Collect
The personal information Integrity Research Journals collects from you may include;
Contact details (name, email address, affiliation, age, Telephone/Mobile number).
Usernames and passwords.
Conflicts of Interest (Applicable to authors, Reviewers and Editors).
Payment Data (such as a credit or debit card number and account number).
Educational and professional Data (Employment, working experience, area of expertise).
Survey information (for those who are willing to participate in our surveys from time to time).
Information about your personal preferences, hobbies and interests.
Communications with other users of Integrity Research Journals' services.
For you to enjoy certain additional services from Integrity Research Journals and its affiliate and subsidiary companies, we may request additional information via email or by completing and submitting a online registration form.
Note that any personal information collected during that third-party login is not covered by this policy. If you register and sign in by using a third-party account (such as social media), the login authentication of your account is handled by the third party. Integrity Research Journals may collect any information about your third-party account that you agree to share with us.
Information From Third Parties
In certain circumstances, Integrity Research Journals may receive information about you from third parties (For example: ORCID ID, Plagiarism checking services, Referring organisations, advertising networks, academic institutions, search information providers, payment and delivery services, business partners, sub-contractors).
Use of Your Personal Information
Integrity Research Journal may use your personal information in the performance of any contract we enter into with you, to comply with legal obligations. The personal information we received are used for legitimate business purposes, which include the following but are not limited to one or all:
To register your personal account with us for various used.
To provide you with access to our website in a convenient manner.
To limit you with personalised content relevant to you including sharing your information with our website hosts and developers.
To provide you with information about products and services that you request from us.
To send you periodic information that are similar to the one you have previously requested for.
To provide you with information about our products, events and services we offer that are similar to those you have already purchased or inquired about.
To provide you with information about our new products, events and services.
To inform you about updates or changes to our products, events, services or websites.
To detect fraud and unlawful activities.
For research and internal business purposes (website design and statistics).
To enable us comply with our policies, procedures and enforce our legal rights.
To enable you to participate in interactive features of our services.
Integrity Research Journal will not use your personal information other than the purpose for which they are collected and they will not be kept longer than is necessary. Personal information that are no longer needed will be securely destroyed, put beyond use or erased from Integrity Research Journals’ database unless the information must be retained for legal or archival purposes.
Security of Your Information
Access to your personal data will be restricted to only those who need to know that information and required to perform their job function. Integrity Research Journals will use appropriate physical, technical and administrative means to guards and protect your data. Our staff are well trained to handle your personal information with high level integrity, security and confidentiality.
Sharing of Your Personal Information
Integrity Research Journal will not disclose nor share your personal information with any third party that is not affiliated with us. However, these information may be shared based on any of the following reasons listed below:
where you agreed to provide information in response to an advertisement from a third party.
where necessary in connection with services provided by third parties who provide us with a wide range of services and are willing to comply with this policy.
where your consent has been provided with a third party.
where we are required to disclose such information in response to lawful requests by public authorities and government agencies.
where Integrity Research Journals and its affiliate and subsidiary companies are sold, assigned, or transferred to another entity.
Integrity Research Journals will not use your information in an unlawful manner. However, any infringement on your right can be put in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can request us to add your personal information to any of our services or opt-out of any our services that is/are no longer suitable or attractive to you.