SciLag Privacy Policy

1. Introduction

The primary mission of SciLag is to host and facilitate dynamic organization of research problems in mathematics by providing free tools for mathematicians to post open problems, stemming from their research, on the internet.

Throughout this Policy, any natural person who, as a recipient of the Service, accesses or uses the Service for any purpose is a User (“User”, “you”). Users who are logged-in to their account on SciLag will be referred to as Members, and Users who browse the content of the platform in a logged-out mode will be referred to as Visitors.

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to clarify the practices of SciLag for Personal Information we collect and use in the course of providing services to you through the SciLag website, accessible at and through any of its web pages.

SciLag holds the rights to modify this Privacy Policy at any time if necessary, and you are advised to regularly check this webpage for the latest version of this notice. Besides publishing the revised notice here, we may also communicate it to our Members via the email address they provide during the registration process and/or notify them through SciLag's notification system.

By using the services provided by SciLag you agree to the terms and conditions laid out in this Privacy Policy.

2. Personal Information

For the Service to function, we sometimes need to ask you to provide some personal information. We do not collect, store or use any Sensitive personal information (such as age, gender, race, political views, religion, etc.). Most of the information we ask from you are usually publicly available on the internet.

2.A. Personal Information you provide

2.B. Personal Information we collect

3. How we use your personal information

4. Security

To protect your Personal Information we apply several layers of security measures.

Access to your account is protected by username which is unique to you, and a password whose format of at least 8 characters in total, and having at least 1 upper case and 1 lower case character, 1 number and 1 special character is required to enhance the security of your Personal Information. All passwords are hashed with industry standard cryptographic algorithms before being stored on our servers. Our servers are protected against unauthorized access via secure cryptographic key authentication technology.

All pages of SciLag are using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology which secures the connection and data transfer between our servers and your browser. While all modern internet browsers support SSL technology, to make sure your browser is using the latest features of SSL you may consider keeping the version of your browser up to date.

It is your responsibility to keep your login password confidential, by not sharing them with others or otherwise distributing by other communication channels.

If you observe an unusual activity with your account or notice an unsolicited data change, or you suspect that your account might have been compromised in some way, please change your password and contact us immediately at

Disclaimer: While we try to take all reasonable measures to ensure your Personal Information and any content you contribute to the community on SciLag are treated safely and securely, please keep in mind that in general Internet is not a secure means of communication. There is always a risk that any information communicated through the Internet between you and our servers may be intercepted by others. You accept that you use the Service at your own risk.

5. How we share your Personal Information

SciLag does not share any information that you provide on its webpage with third parties. We do however use Google Analytics for anonymous statistics; see above Sections 2 and 3.

Last updated on 27 June 2024