Privacy Policy

Internet privacy is an issue that we take very seriously. Drug free Type2 Diabetes is committed to protecting your privacy. We believe it is important for you to know what information is being collected about you, how that information is being used, with whom it is being shared, and how to contact us if you have additional questions or concerns.

What information does Drug free Type2 Diabetes collect, and how is it used?
Information gathered online can generally be categorized as either anonymous or personally identifiable. Anonymous information is information that cannot be traced back to a specific individual. For example, Drug free Type2 Diabetes knows what searches are queried each day at each of its Web sites but does not know the names, e-mail addresses or phone numbers of the people searching. Personally identifiable information is information which allows us to identify you. This information can include your name, address, phone number, etc. It is our belief that you will find it beneficial at times to provide us with certain personal information so that your experience with Drug free Type2 Diabetes is more personally relevant to you and/or delivered directly to you (e.g., via newsletter).

COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
We do not collect any personal information unless it is provided to us voluntarily through forms or data fields. You can visit many areas of our websites without telling us who you are or giving us Personal Information. Certain areas of our websites allow you to contact us to ask questions or provide comments or other information. Please be aware that when you ask questions or provide comments or other information, you may be disclosing Personal Information.

Personal Information is information that can identify you, such as your name, street address, telephone number, email address and other similar information (“Personal Information.”). Please do not submit any Personal Information if you do not want it to be collected. You should be aware, however, that without providing requested information, even Personal Information; you may not be able to participate in particular features or activities that require such information.

COLLECTION OF NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION
Non-Personal Information is information that is not personal, such as questions, comments, ideas and suggestions that you provide, or information that we may collect that is not linked to any Personal Information. Non-Personal Information will be treated as non-confidential, and we may disclose and/or use that information without any obligation whatsoever to you, for any purpose and through any means.

Drug free Type2 Diabetes websites may use a tracking technology called a “cookie.” A “cookie” is a small text file that a website can place on your computer’s hard drive in order, for example, to collect information about your activities on the site or to track your preferences and selections. When you return to the website, information stored in cookies associated with that site will be transmitted back to us. With most Internet browsers, you can erase cookies from your computers hard drive, block all cookies or even receive a warning before a cookie is placed on your system. Refer to your browser instructions or Help button to learn more about cookies. You should be aware, however, that cookies might be necessary to provide you with certain features (e.g. customized delivery of information) available on Drug free Type2 Diabetes websites. This information is considered Non-Personal Information.

Drug free Type2 Diabetes websites may also automatically collect and store web log information relating to your computer and your visit, such as the name of the domain and host from which you access the Internet; the Internet address of the website from which you linked to a Drug free Type2 Diabetes website; the date and time you accessed a Drug free Type2 Diabetes website, how long you spent and which pages you visited; your Internet protocol (IP) address; and your computer’s operating system and browser software. This information is considered Non-Personal Information.

Drug free Type2 Diabetes websites may also track your usage of the site through the use of pixel tags (also called clear gifs). The information collected through use of pixel tags is not personally identifiable and is considered Non-Personal Information.

If you wish to opt-out of the use of anonymous data, you can opt-out of this practice in one of two ways: (1) you can disable cookies, although this may negatively affect your online experience as most sites require cookies for very basic browsing; (2) you can opt-out to unsubscribe to newsletters by clicking the link “unsubscribe” in your newsletters footer.