Our team at The Global Health News and our service providers, collects the following information about and from you:
Information regarding your activities: This includes information such as geolocation data, browser type, transactional data, and IP address. This data is collated each time you visit our website, be it from a mobile device or a desktop computer. While almost every browser is, by default, configured to accept cookies, the settings can be changed should you decide to limit or block them.
Details submitted by you: This includes your name, email address, gender, and zip code – details that you have submitted in order to receive newsletters and notifications.
Data used by third parties: A number of third-party service providers use tracking technologies, which enable them to gather and store information about your activities on the website. The Global Health News does not hold any control over the use of such techniques, nor does it monitor the usage of the information collected through these technologies.
Tracking technologies: When it comes to The Global Health News, the tracking technologies used on our website enable us to collect information through beacons, browser cookies, and pixels, among others, and this information could be pertaining to the ads that have been viewed, pages that have been browsed, and various search queries.
Data collected from other sources: Apart from these sources, information that is publicly available may also be collected from our business partners and social media sites.
We at The Global Health News ensure the information we gather from and about you is done via secure techniques, keeping in mind the utmost need to safeguard your details against unauthorized disclosure, modification, or use, loss, or theft. However, we cannot offer a 100 per cent guarantee regarding the same.
User Access and Control
If you wish to update, alter, curb, correct, or review our usage of your personal data, you may do so by filling out the request form, clearly stating your name, contact number, email address, and message. Your request will be taken into consideration before any updates are made.
Data Usage and Disclosure
The information that we collect about you or from you is used for the improvement of our website and its features, to present information and news of your interest, to personalize the content you view, and to respond to your feedback and queries. This information – should it not identify you as a specific person – may be shared with third parties in some cases.
The information gathered may also be used in other instances, including but not limited to:
To complete a merger or sale of assets: In the event of The Global Health News selling the entire business, or part of it, or being involved in a merger or transfer of all or part of its business, or making a sale or transfer of its assets, the information we gather about you may be transferred to the parties involved.
To maintain communication: The Global Health News may, on occasion, send you notifications or materials with respect to the site and should you want to remove your name from our mailing list, you can do so through the appropriate channel. However, you will not be able to opt out of some mails that deal with changes on the website or our policies.
To enable service providers in managing our site: The information we collect about you may be provided to third-party service providers such as sponsors, agents, or contractors, in order to aid them in managing our site.
To protect The Global Health News and its rights: We may be forced to disclose your data in certain unavoidable situations, such as to safeguard ourselves from fraud and risks, to protect the privacy of the users of this site, to defend the legal rights, safety, and privacy of The Global Health News, to adhere to legal proceedings, and in response to certain requests from the public or from government bodies.
Other Key Points
Linked Services: Like most news sites, The Global Health News may be connected to sites operated by unaffiliated entities or those that offer newsletters, applications, functionalities, or content maintained by unaffiliated organizations. Readers are recommended they go through the privacy policies of such companies once they leave our website.
Sensitive Information: We request our readers that they do not disclose to us any kind of sensitive personal information, via the website or in any other way. This data could be pertaining to social security number, health or criminal background, political or religious affiliations, and others.
Retaining Data: We at The Global Health News possess the right to hold on to your personal details for so long as the company requires to fulfill its intent. Readers are requested to keep in mind that owing to certain technical, contractual, financial, or legal limitations, it might not be entirely possible to remove all the data collected by us or provided by you.