The Digital Wellness Lab takes your online privacy very seriously. When you visit digitalwellnesslab.org, your privacy and anonymity are protected. When you use one of our online forms to contact us, we do request some personal information from you, however, we will never without your permission share details of your personal information with another party, or use it beyond its original purpose as outlined below.
Our readers can contact us by phone, mail, e-mail, or online form to make requests or to provide us with feedback about the web site. When possible, the staff of the Digital Wellness Lab responds to these communications, and, once the correspondence is complete, we archive the exchange, to preserve our readers’ privacy. We may, however, save these questions and answers, to use them in aggregate articles, such as “Frequently Asked Questions” pages, where we provide answers to our readers’ commonly asked questions.
Our web and email servers have typical privacy safeguards to insure that your online forms and emails will not be viewed inappropriately. However, these servers, like most, are not 100% secure. If you wish to avoid even a remote chance of a breach of your online privacy, please do not send us correspondence via online form or by email.
Links to Other Sites
digitalwellnesslab.org contains links to external web sites not administered by the Digital Wellness Lab. We encourage you to check the privacy policies of those web sites, to insure that your privacy is being safeguarded when you visit those sites.
digitalwellnesslab.org does not host or receive funding from advertising or from the display of commercial content.
Currently we are using Google Analytics to analyze the audience of the website and improve our content. No personal information is collected from Google Analytics. Google also publishes detailed privacy policies for Google Analytics.
The Digital Wellness Lab does not share any of your personal information with third parties except as anonymous aggregate information to illustrate site usage to prospective donors, grantors, and journalists.