When Accessing Real General Practice:
We may collect and store information for statistical purposes. The following are representative of the types of information that may be collected and stored about your visit:
- the Internet domain and Internet Protocol (IP) address from which you access Real General Practice;
- the type of Internet browser and the operating system of the computer you use to access our site;
- the date and time you visit our site;
- if you linked to our Web site from another Web site, the address of that Web site;
- and, if you linked to our Web site from a search Web site, the address of that Web site and the search term you used.
When Sending Us Email:
When you send us an electronic mail (email) message (e.g. to email@example.com), you may be sending personal information such as your name, address, and email address. We may store this information in order to respond to your request or otherwise resolve the subject matter of the email. Under limited circumstances, including requests from government, we may be required by law to disclose the information you submit. Remember that email is not necessarily secure. If your communication is very sensitive, you may want to contact us via an alternate means.
When Searching and Browsing:
We will collect and store information for statistical purposes. For example, when you login to the Real General Practice site to search and browse for information, we will automatically gather and store certain information about your visit such as the number of logins, pages visited, and articles viewed.
When Providing Feedback:
When you provide feedback about the Real General Practice site, you may be sending personal information such as your name, address, and email address. We may store this information in order to respond to your request or otherwise resolve the subject matter of the email.
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