Copyrights

Please note that all text, images, graphics and pictures on this site are copyrighted (All Rights Reserved) unless stated otherwise. It is against the law to use our content without prior licensing agreement. For any commercial or non-commercial use, please contact us first.

The majority of the photos on our website and social media channels belong to the Authors who hold the copyrights while other images come from stock photo libraries under CC0 licence. In both cases, ownership of the images is clearly stated under the articles.

Cyber-Wellness Podcast owns copyrights for its logo, brand name and dedicated marketing materials.

Cyber-Wellness Podcast audio recordings are under Creative Commons Share Alike 2.5 licence – you can use the audio material as long as you feature us as its source clearly.

Privacy and Your Data

This site uses Google Analytics. We use this data to identify our most popular content to shape the future plans for our blog posts and social media engagement. Google analytics results are not shared with any third party providers and are only viewed by the podcast Authors (Bernie and Sylwia).

We choose our plugins and software very carefully and always use most popular, leading tools. We do not use software from unconfirmed sources to ensure that even the website traffic is not shared automatically.

We have a list of email addresses and publicly available information (name, surname, public name, location, social media links, public bios) of our podcasts guests. This list is confidential and never shared with any third party stakeholders. If you wish to know if you are on the list, please email Bernie or Sylwia.

Other data is stored and managed through major online platforms (social media channels, SoundCloud, MailChimp and website forms). All that data is collected for the purposes of developing useful content and can be requested from the podcast Authors. It is never sold to any third party companies, nor shared outside our core team.

Cookies

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If you continue using this site you agree for us to use cookies on your computer.