Last Updated: July 2015
Privacy Practices Notice – Health Information
The type of information collected on this Web site will depend upon the features and functionalities available on the Web site, which may be revised from time to time. For example, if the Web site is currently operated as a “read-only” web site, personal information about you may not be collected through the Web site, and will not learn who you are. If the Web site permits you to “register,” “create an account,” make purchases, or take similar actions, information will be collected from You that can be used to specifically identify You as an individual (such as Your name, telephone number, postal address, email address, and/or payment information, collectively Your “Personal Data”). This Web site also automatically collects aggregated information that is not linked to any specific individual such as information about traffic patterns on the Web site, or the number of times a specific page was viewed in a particular month. We may use and share aggregate, de-identified, and anonymous data without restriction as it does not identify You or any other individual user.
Personal Data, Use and Sharing
If this Web site permits You to register, create an account, make purchases, or take similar actions, and if You chose to take such actions, we will ask You to provide us with certain Personal Data about Yourself. It is always Your choice whether You wish to provide Personal Data through this Web site, but if You choose not to provide requested Personal Data, You may not be able to use all the features or functionalities of the Web site.
The Website does not honor a browser’s signal or header request not to track the user’s activity.
Reviewing and Changing Personal Data
The Web site, now or in the future, may provide the ability for You to view, inactivate and or update the Personal Data You have submitted. If such functionality is available, click on the link or page to “sign in,” “view your account,” or similar link or heading. Note, due to the nature of third party hardware, software and other third party tools, even when information is corrected or de-activated, an archive or other copy may remain.
You do not have to accept cookies to use our Web site. You may have software on Your computer that will allow You to decline or deactivate Internet cookies. Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies but You may reset Your browser to notify You, or to reject cookies generally, but by rejecting cookies some of the features of the Web site may not work properly.
Social Media and Third Party Platforms
This Web site has security measures in place designed to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. However, data transmission over the Internet or wireless networks cannot be guaranteed to be completely secure. Although we are committed to safeguarding Your privacy and security, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information You transmit to us, and You do so at Your own risk. FDH is not responsible or liable for the illegal acts (such as hacking) of third parties.
Links to Other Web sites
We are committed to protecting the privacy of children. The interactive features of our Web site are not designed for or directed to children under the age of 18. FDH shall not be liable for any unauthorized use of the Web site by minors. We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. Please contact us if You believe a child under the age of 13 has provided Personal Data to this Website without parental consent.
Visiting our Web site from outside the United States
No Rights of Third Parties
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