Collection of Information
Visitors may browse the Editorial Rx Press website anonymously without providing any personal information. However, personal information will be requested in connection with purchasing publications, requesting additional information, signing up for newsletters or blogs, or submitting questions through this site. In general, a visitor will know when personal information is being collected because he or she will have to fill out a form. Editorial Rx Press does not knowingly collect or use any personal information from Users under 13 years of age. Editorial Rx Press will endeavor to correct, update, or remove collected personal data if contacted; please email email@example.com.
Use of Information
Any information collected on the website will be used by Editorial Rx Press only for the purpose stated at the time of collection. During the registration process, Users will have the option of opting out of receiving email communications from the site. E-mail addresses may be removed from Editorial Rx Press e-mail lists at any time by following the applicable opt-out procedure specified in the welcome message or by contacting Editorial Rx Press. Editorial Rx Press may share statistical or aggregated, non-personal information about website visitors with affiliates, business partners, and other third parties. These data are used for administrative purposes only.
Sharing of Information
Editorial Rx Press may provide personal information to third-party agents who have been hired to help provide a requested good or service. For example, in connection with a publication order, Editorial Rx Press would need to provide the collected credit card number to a payment authorization service and the corresponding address to a shipping company to deliver the package.
Cookies and Tracking Information
Editorial Rx Press does not use “cookie” technology to obtain non-personal information from its on-line visitors. Editorial Rx Press servers may also collect the IP addresses and domain names of visitors for site administration purposes. Editorial Rx Press does not extract personal information in these processes nor does Editorial Rx Press provide this information to third parties.
Editorial Rx Press has taken commercially reasonable steps to protect information received from online visitors against unauthorized access and use. All information is protected by security measures, which are periodically reviewed.
Editorial Rx Press reserves the right to disclose without notice to the User any information in its possession if required to do so by law, to protect or defend Editorial Rx Press’s rights or property, or to respond to an emergency. This website contains links to third-party websites that are not under the control of the Editorial Rx Press. Editorial Rx Press is not responsible for the privacy practices of any linked site.
Attestation regarding Mobile Applications
Editorial Rx Press attests to the fact that mobile applications published by Editorial Rx Press do not handle personal or sensitive user data; do not interfere with, disrupt, damage, or access in an unauthorized manner the user’s device, other devices or computers, servers, networks, application programming interfaces (APIs), or services, including but not limited to other apps on the device, any Google service, or an authorized carrier’s network; and, do not steal data, secretly monitor or harm users, or are otherwise in any way malicious.
Editorial Rx Press reserves the right to revise this privacy statement at any time by posting a revised statement on this website. Use of this website after such change signifies the User’s acceptance of the changed terms.