Adjuvance Technologies (Adjuvance) is committed to protecting your privacy and to preserving your trust in our handling of your personal information. This is very important to us. Adjuvance goes to great lengths to protect the privacy and security of your personal information. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy and ensure the appropriate use of the information you provide to us, Adjuvance has put in place physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard all of the information we collect from you on our website.
Adjuvance does not collect personally identifiable information through its website except for information that you voluntarily decide to provide. Such information will be used only for its intended purpose, which will be clearly disclosed at the time of submission.
What type of information does Adjuvance collect?
Adjuvance collects anonymous or non-personally identifiable information, such as data-tracking the use of our website and user demographic information, and may collect personally identifiable information, such as your name and address. Adjuvance only collects personally identifiable information on its website from persons who choose voluntarily to give us this information.
For instance, if you submit an information request form on our website through our “contact” page, this page requires personally identifiable information such as: first name, last name, and e-mail address. Information requests submitted through our “contact” page are done so voluntarily by the submitter.
How does Adjuvance collect information?
Adjuvance collects information on its website in two ways: through direct user input, when the user voluntarily provides us with information through web forms, or through web server logs.
What does Adjuvance do with the information it collects?
What is a web server log?
Adjuvance maintains web server logs that record data about visitors to our website. No personally identifiable information is recorded in our logs. Web server logs contain the following information:
- Date and time of visit
- Pages viewed during a specific visit
- Type or brand of browser
- Web site visited immediately prior to visiting Adjuvance’s site
- IP address of the computer used to access our web site
(An IP address is assigned to your computer whenever you connect to the Internet. The IP address is given to the different web servers as you enter that website in order to identify your computer for that visit. The IP address is different each time a user shuts down the computer, restarts, and then visits the website again.) We do not use web server logs to discern or identify individuals, except if required by law. Instead, we use web server logs to analyze traffic, to help improve our website, and to reach new and potential applicants for our clinical trials.
What about links from the Adjuvance site to other websites?
Last modified April 6, 2016