The Internet Stroke Center is committed to protecting your privacy. We do not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any personal information about visitors to our site, unless required by law or requested by law enforcement.
Other than the standard information automatically collected and stored in the web server’s logs when you visit our site, we will not collect any personal information about you unless you choose to provide it to us.
Information Collected and Stored Automatically
Like most web sites, we automatically collect data from visitors to help us make the site more useful and to learn about the number of visitors to our site and the types of technology our visitors use. Unless it is specifically stated otherwise, no additional information will be collected about you. We automatically collect and store only the following information about your visit:
- Your computer’s Internet Protocol (IP) address. (An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you go on the Web.)
- The domain from which you access the Internet.
- The Internet address of the web site, if any, from which you came to our site.
- The date and time you arrived at our site and how long you spent visiting the site.
- The name and version of your computer’s operating system and browser.
- Which pages you visit while on our website.
Even if you do nothing during your visit but browse through the web site, read pages, or download information, we will gather and store the above information about your visit automatically. This information does not identify you personally and will not be disclosed, sold or transferred to any third party.
If You Send Us Personal Information
If you choose to provide us with personal information, either by e-mail or by filling out a form and submitting it to us through the web site, this information will not be released, disclosed, sold, or transferred to any outside source unless required for law enforcement or by statute.
If You Send Us e-mail
If you send us e-mail, we will collect and store your e-mail address and the content of the e-mail, including any personal information you chose to include, and will use it only to respond to your request quickly and accurately. However, e-mail is not necessarily secure against interception. If you are worried because your communication is very sensitive, you can send it by postal mail instead.
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