TeachingMedicine is sensitive to the privacy needs of its website visitors and
subscribers and is wholly committed to maintaining privacy at the highest level.
TeachingMedicine does not sell or otherwise share subscribers' or website visitors'
personal information with anyone.
TeachingMedicine never automatically collects any information that specifically
identifies you such as your name, address, or e-mail address. This information is
collected only when you voluntarily provide it as part of the registration process.
It is your choice whether or not you provide your Registration Information to TeachingMedicine,
but Registration Information is required for TeachingMedicine to provide you with services (for
example, access to TeachingMedicine under a registration agreement).
Your Registration Information may be used internally within TeachingMedicine. For example,
TeachingMedicine may use your Subscriber Information internally to provide subscription
services to you and process your transactions, to contact you for customer service and
billing purposes, to communicate to you about your subscription or changes to our service,
to understand who uses the Website and to improve the Website. In addition, TeachingMedicine
reserves the right to disclose your Subscriber Information under limited circumstances in
the event TeachingMedicine believes that the Website is being used to commit unlawful acts,
and/or if disclosure of your Subscriber Information is required to comply with applicable
laws or regulations, or with a court or administrative order.
Non-personally identifying information ("Usage Information") comprises information
that does not identify any particular user. Examples include: information about which
of TeachingMedicine's pages are visited on an aggregate level, browser type, operating
system type, or IP address.
Your Usage Information may be disclosed internally within TeachingMedicine. For example,
TeachingMedicine may disclose Usage Information in order to better understand which parts
of the Website users are visiting, to improve the content of the Website, and for marketing,
advertising, or research purposes. (Institutional licensees should refer to their subscription
and license agreement).
The TeachingMedicine Website may place a text file called a "cookie" in the browser files of your
computer. Cookies can be used to provide you with tailored information from the Website. The cookie
itself does not contain Subscriber Information. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive
a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether or not to accept it.