Health Gazette ensures readers that we are concerned about your personally identifiable information (PII) online. This policy understands how we collect, use, handle and protect our subscriber’s information.
What includes in personal information that we collect?
Being the general nature of the website, the data which we require is mainly the simplest. For example, we can ask you your name, email address, subscription information etc.
How do we gather personally identifiable information?
The only way for us to collect the information of an individual user is when he signs up on the website to subscribe to the newsletter. It makes him fill a form with the basic information related to him.
How do we use personally identifiable information?
We can use this information as a part of any survey or marketing communication. Your response and feedback are important to us as it helps us to improve to satisfy the users. Also, it ensures a better customer service in case there is a need for it.
How do we protect your data?
We make sure to scan our website regularly which makes sure to cover all the loopholes and privacy threats if any. The information that you share with is stored in the secured network and only a few people have the rights to access it. We make certain to protect the rights of your privacy.
Additionally, all sensitive information such as your payment details is encrypted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.
Do we allow third party links?
Google Adsense and the DoubleClick DART Cookie
It is subjected to the mechanism of Google’s independent privacy policies.
How is personal information retained?
When the user visits the blog, the IP address which is used t access the website is used to log in with the date and time. This information that we use is just for the administration of the website. We keep a track of all our viewers for their initial movements and demographic information for our own progress charts. The recorded information, particularly IP address is not linked to personally identifiable information.