The Global Health News uses commercially judicious measures on its administrative, technical, personnel, and physical attributes to defend the information in its possession against theft, loss, disclosure, modification, or unauthorized usage. There is, however, no complete guarantee for the safety of the information that you provide.
USER ACCESS AND CONTROLS
If you would like to edit the information you have provided us in a manner that may otherwise limit our use of your personal information, you may contact us to do so. This includes changes regarding accessing, reviewing, correcting, updating, suppressing, or modifying any data that you have previously submitted. When you make your request, kindly include your email address, name, and telephone number, and please be specific about the information that you would like us to update or withhold. We will then attempt to fulfil your request as soon as rationally manageable.
COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
The Global Health News and our service providers gather the following information from and about you:
- Information you submit – It includes communications made via any mode, including newsletters that users may receive, the email addresses listed on the site, or site notifications. This information also includes details about a user, such as their name, email address, gender, and/or zip code.
- Activity information – When you access data from the site and/or interact with it, we may collect or receive certain information about those visits. An instance of this would be when you connect to the site, our servers receive and store data about the device (IP address) and mode (browser) that you are using to access the site. Should a user access the site from devices that contain additional information, such as transaction data pertaining to the site or the user’s geolocation data, our servers may be required to store the information.
- Information from external sources – We may add on to the information we have gathered from other sources to the original data. These external sources may include commercially available sources, publicly available information from social media services, and any data supplemented by our business partners.
- Usage statistics – Third parties that support the site by providing added services may additionally utilize their technologies to collect information such as aggregate usage statistics and site heat maps. We do not control technologies of other companies; nor do we manage those protected by external privacy policies.
- Cookies and other tracking technologies – This includes pixel data, beacons, browser cookies, and Adobe Flash technology. Additional technologies may also be used to collect and store information about your site usage, including page visits, viewed and subscribed content, search queries made, and viewed advertisements.
USE AND DISCLOSURE
The information that has been collected from you will be utilized by us in order to facilitate features of the site, including: the rating and enhancement of those features; to develop your experience on the site by offering you any content that you may find interesting and relevant to your endeavors; and to manage an optimal query response system.
In the event that the data gathered about you or from you identifies you as anything apart from a specific person, we are not obliged to withhold your data from third parties or avoid its use for any purpose.
The data collected about you and from you can be used by us, The Global Health News, for the following supplementary purposes:
- To permit service providers in contributing to us by managing and providing information to the site. The Global Health News reserves the right to conditionally make your information available to certain third-party service providers, including contractors, agents, or sponsors, whose efforts have helped us manage and maintain the information on the site.
- To carry through an asset’s merger or sale. In the circumstance where The Global Health News sells all or part of its business, we may hand over your information to the party/parties that were a part of the transaction. This also includes the sale or transfer of its assets to a third party, or the involvement in a merger or transfer of all or a material part of its business.
- To defend the rights of The Global Health News and the involved entities. There may be instances when we may reveal your information, or conditions where The Global Health News holds the virtue of judging that such disclosure is necessary in order to:
- Uphold the security, privacy, and security of the public or the users of the site
- Defend, administer, or preserve the safety, privacy, or legal rights of The Global Health News and its property
- Observe the law or legal process in its entirety
- Defend against scams or for the sake of managing incoming threats
- Answer public appeals and government authority appeals equally
- To contact you. The Global Health News may intermittently transmit materials and notifications associated with the site. If a user wants to stop or refrain from receiving the aforementioned materials and notifications, they can follow the directions for unsubscribing from content, or contact us. There are, however, specific service notification communications that you may not be able to opt out of, such as notifications of changes to policies of the site.
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Data Deletion: Readers are requested to understand that it is impossible to entirely delete or erase all of your information due to reasons that are technical, contractual, financial or legal in nature.
Sensitive Information: We urge you to avoid sending us, or voluntarily disclosing to us, any personal information considered as sensitive. This includes social security numbers, racial or ethnic background information, religious or such beliefs, political opinions, health records, trade union details, or criminal histories on or through the site or otherwise.