Free and Anonymous Access
At no time are you required to give any
information about yourself to access the web site. The privacy of visitors
is of paramount importance to us.
Certain pages within this web site have
the ability to place a cookie on your computer. These cookies serve only
to remember information that helps you get to pages you want.
Each web page access is recorded in a
log file. The contents of the log file are analyzed each week and each
month to determine how many visitors we serve, what pages they look at
most, and from where they connect. Individual session data is not kept
Users are required to logout properly
by using the logout button in the chat application.The chat have some
ability to filter profanity. Offensive users can and will be banned from
using the room, based on source IP address.
Each chat room generates a transcript that contains each message posted
and the address of the computer used to post the message. These transcripts
are used to track down users who post abusive messages or who threaten
other users of the chat rooms. The chat transcript files are archived
twice per day. No other use is made of the chat room transcripts, and
they are not made available to anyone for any purpose.
Ask the Diabetes Team Questions
Visitors who wish to submit a question
to the Diabetes Team are asked to include their name and e-mail address
so that we can send them a reply. We do not publish these e-mail addresses
unless specifically requested to do so. We do not store these e-mail addresses
in a database. They are discarded after an answer to the question has
been posted on-line. This also means that we cannot identify the name
or e-mail address of someone who submitted a question.
We do not obtain personally identifying
information about you during your use of the web site, unless you choose
to provide it. If you do choose to add information about yourself to the
site -- for example, in the Friends database -- we do not share your data
with any third parties.
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