G.J.A.R.C.M.G. and GDPR regulation

G.J.A.R.C.M.G is an international mathematical journal with users and members throughout the world. We are aware that values and community norms regarding data collection, use, and privacy vary from region to region, and recognize that it is important that our policies and practices reflect our journal scope.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union and the European Economic Area and is apply effectively from 25 May 2018. It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU and EEA. The GDPR aims primarily to give control to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.

The G.J.A.R.C.M.G. journal was developed with security from the start. This article informs you of your GDPR-related rights.


Transfers of personal data

We take steps to protect your information, for us you are very important !

Individual rights

Under the GDPR, you have many rights relating to information about you.

For more details please see:


The following sections explain your rights under the GDPR and how you can exercise them in the context of G.J.A.R.C.M.G. journal. Contact us with any questions or concerns relating to your rights.

Right to data portability

Article 20 of the GDPR sets out your right to data portability – the right to have access to all your personal data in a common, machine-readable format.

Our journal is free of cookie and we not collect any information about any of the visitors of our web-site of the journal.



Right to access

Article 15 of the GDPR sets out your right to access – the right to learn whether any of your personal data is being stored and processed. Our journal did not keep any information about the visitors of our journal.

Right to object

Article 21 of the GDPR sets out your right to object to the processing of data relating to yourself.

Right to erasure

Article 17 of the GDPR sets out your right to erasure – the right for any personal data concerning yourself to be erased. This could be referred to as the “right to be forgotten”, this right includes the erasure of any data added to G.J.A.R.C.M.G. web site.

Right to rectify

Article 16 of the GDPR sets out your right to rectification – the right to edit any inaccurate personal data about you stored in the G.J.A.R.C.M.G. journal data web-site.


As maybe you know, the websites can track and store your activity and link it to you through other data collected, such as from registration forms you have filled out.

Our journal G.J.A.R.C.M.G., did not store or collect any activity of the visitors of the journal.

We ensure that any personal data will not remain in our possession.

For any complains about GDPR policy and our journal, please send an e-mail to the Editor in Chief, Dr. Piscoran Laurian at: