Last Modified: January 8, 2018
CIBD Collects and Stores Information You Provide Us
We do not collect any information from you using automated means such as cookies, beacons, or online data analytics tools, so you will always be aware of the information you have given us.
CIBD Does Not Track You Online
CIBD does not track you when you visit other websites or engage in other activities online, so we do not register “do not track” signals from your browser.
How Is Visitors’ Personally Identifiable Information Used, and With Whom Is It Shared?
CIBD, together with its clinical and community partners and other authorized third parties, uses Visitors’ personally identifiable information to provide you with information, education, support, and services, and to otherwise communicate with you. We will use your telephone number and email address to contact you and send you messages, including to respond to appointment requests. We may use your mobile telephone number to call you or send you text messages, if you have agreed to receive them.
We do not share your information for third parties to market to you, or for any other purpose that is not related to information, education, support, and services provided by CIBD.
Only CIBD employees and authorized representatives, who have a “need to know” may access Visitor information stored by CIBD, and everyone who is allowed to access Visitors’ information has agreed to keep it confidential.
CIBD cannot guarantee that your information will not be compromised, and CIBD expressly disclaims any liability for the loss or theft of information you provide us.
Aggregated and Non-Personally Identifiable Information
CIBD may use information submitted through the Website on an aggregated, non-personally identifiable basis, to improve our Website, learn about our Visitor community, and determine whether information, education, support, and services provided by CIBD are reaching our intended audience. Such aggregated, non-personally identifiable information may also be shared with third parties with whom CIBD partners to provide its information, education, support, and services.
Links and Third Party Websites
Children Should Not Provide Information to CIBD
CIBD’s Website is not intended for use by children under the age of 18, and CIBD requests that children DO NOT provide information to us. If CIBD becomes aware that information has been submitted by a child, the information will be deleted from the CIBD database.