Information we collect
We collect personal information from authors via an online form when authors submit articles to Acta Counseling and Humanities via the Open Journal System. Some diverse cases relate to how we gather information from authors or visitors using our Open Journal System, for example, by tracking the number of visits statistics and where users come from.
Cookies are files which are a series of text information sent by a web server and stored by your computer's web browser or other device when you access a website. These cookies are sent back to the original site every time the browser requests a page from the server. These cookies allow our website to recognize a user's device. We may use information taken from cookies to improve the experience and service to users on our Open Journal System and promotional purposes. We may also use this information to personalize our Open Journal System for your satisfaction.
How we use the information
We may use personal information collected through our Open Journal System to contact you regarding the content offered by Acta Counseling and Humanities. This is important as our effort to improve your experience with Acta Counseling and Humanities and its partners. Personal information will not be used, or transferred to other parties without your consent; except that we will disclose the information we collect to government or other authorized parties if required by applicable laws and regulations.