This page is to inform you about a) the information gathered, b) how it is used and c) how you can request data deletion. If you have further questions regarding your privacy we'll be more than happy to answer them at email@example.com, please read on
Modelisto respects its users and does not send spam or sell any user information. The site consists of publicly editable pages that contain information about professionals nominated as important in their country.
A) Information Collected
Journalistic data gathering and retention
Modelisto provides a platform for creating and editing wiki pages in a collective environment. Editors, volunteers as well as the professionals themselves can and are encouraged to contribute by creating or editing pages in "good faith" for the purposes of academic and artistic documentation of notable modeling professionals and their work (GDPR, 153).
During Registration / Wiki Creation data about the professionals are recorded and include among others: Name, Profession, Location / Address, Trademark, Gender, Height / Metrics, Email, Phone Number, Website url, Blog url, Video Channel url, Portfolio url, Facebook Page, Photos. A Free Text field is required containing a modeling related description about the professional’s background information and references. Also images depicting the professional's modeling work are required, During Wiki Editing / Wiki Removal the site tracks the history of IP Addresses and Users that have edited each page along their modifications to that page. During Use of platform likes, votes and friend requests are recorded. During Browsing the site records statistics to determine which pages are viewed the most.
B) Use of Information Collected
The free text description is used alongside the images in order to create a well-presented document about the artist aiming at enhancing his credibility in the modeling industry. The data entered in wikis is used to organize them into easily accessible categories that visitors can browse when searching for related professionals and their services. The categories include among others: by Country, Location and Gender. Messages send to the professionals are forwarded to the email address specified in the wiki. The professionals can respond to received inquiries as well as view a list of their messages. The history of changes made to pages is used so that human errors during editing can be reverted. This also protects against malware actions of trolling or spamming by anonymous users as they can be traced and reverted. The site uses the likes and friend requests to show privately to the receiving user his/her liked content as well as a list of his/her friends. Likes and votes are also used to prioritize the artist’s content. Usage statistics such as pageviews are used in order to identify popular artists that visitors tend to view more.
C) Request Data Deletion
1. As a Registered Wiki Owner
If you've created a user account either directly or through a social network you can close your account through the account panel. This will also delete all your user data and photos.
First login then:
1. Open the account Settings - On Mobile: a) Click on the top left menu button b) Click on "Inbox" - On Desktop: a) Click on the top right menu arrow b) Click on "Settings" 2. Click on "Close Account" 3. Confirm by selecting "Close Wiki"
After this your page will be offline and your account will go in a removal state for a period of 72 hours in which if you change your mind you have the option to restore it. These 72 hours are important because during this period the network signals the search engines about the upcoming data removal in order to also accelerate the removal from search results. After the 72 hours have passed your account data along any photos will be permanently deleted from Modelisto.
2. As an Unregistered Wiki Owner
If you've been nominated in Modelisto but haven't registered and you wish the page or photos referring to you be deleted you can directly remove them as an unregistered visitor.
To remove a wiki page with multiple photos:
1. Go to the page 2. Open the menu - On Mobile: a) Click on the top right menu dots then b) Click on "Edit Wiki" - On Desktop: a) Click on top right "Edit Wiki" 3. Click on the "Remove" Tab 4. Select "Owner's Request" and confirm your choice.
The page will go in a removal state for 72 hours. During this period Modelisto signals the search engines about the upcoming data removal in order to also accelerate the removal from search results. After the 72 hours have passed the page and linked photos are permanently deleted from Modelisto.
3. As a Contributor
Users and contributors can easily edit or remove pages and photos appearing to be invalid or outside the guidelines.
Using the Edit button, users (both anonymous and registered) can edit or remove any page or image. They can edit the descriptions or remove the content entirely. Once removed they stop appearing online and are placed in a queue where if not restored within 72 hours, they will be permanently deleted from the server.
4. Alternative ways of Data Deletion Request
If for whatever reason you are not able to access your account, or the aforementioned ways do not work for you, you can also send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a particular page to be removed, however in this case there will be a slight delay compared to the previous automated methods.
5. Removal from Search Engine Results
When an account, page or photo has been deleted from Modelisto, the network also sends a 404 Response to search engines. The search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo subsequently clear the related search results within 7 days to 2 months (on average 3 weeks). This process is automated and you don't have to do anything else. Meanwhile anyone clicking on the search result won't be able to see anything since the photos are deleted.
In cases where the removal is directly or indirectly associated with fraudulent action taken against Modelisto or its users, the site retains the right to preserve offline data after removal. Such cases include among others: trolling, online spamming and false identity impersonations.
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