GDPR is a broad set of rules that require companies to treat customers'
personal information with care, and allow organizations to be held to
account if they fail to do so. Among other things, GDPR insists that
personal data has to be collected for specific and legitimate purposes:
it must be accurate and must be protected against unauthorized access,
accidental loss, destruction or damage.
no personal information on our readers. We use simple HTML coding. No
java script or cookies are used for information collection. Our coding
is simple, open and available for examination by all.
For comments and questions
email firstname.lastname@example.org. All correspondence not marked as private
may be subject to publication in
Letters to Editor.
Guest editorials are accepted and may be mailed to
Submissions for publication must be verifiable or have documentation
that can be verified.