The term Individually Identifiable Information in this Policy means information or a combination of information that you provide to us through the Internet and that can be used to identify you; it also includes information, provided by you, that is personal to you and/or your mental or physical health.
Complete Physical Rehabilitation does not sell Individually Identifiable Information. Complete Physical Rehabilitation will not knowingly disclose, without your consent, your Individually Identifiable Information or the subjects that you search while visiting the Site, to any third party, unless under exceptional circumstances as may be required by law or to protect legal rights.
Use of IP Addresses: An Internet Protocol Address (IP Address) is a general indicator of the location from which you are accessing the Internet. An IP Address is generally a set of numbers that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you log on to your internet service provider or computer network. Complete Physical Rehabilitation may collect IP Addresses for purposes such as, but not limited to, reporting aggregate, non-identifying information regarding Site visitors to our advertisers, or helping us audit and administer our Site. We do not link our users’ IP Addresses to Individually Identifiable Information. Although we may have a record of each user’s session with our Site, the user will remain anonymous with regards to any information generated during the session.
Complete Physical Rehabilitation may monitor the frequency with which our Site is visited, and the manner in which the Site is accessed. Again, this information will only be collected in the aggregate, as non-identifying information that we use internally to help us audit and administer the Site.
Cookies: A cookie is a piece of information that a web site transfers to the hard drive of your computer when you visit that site. A cookie allows a website to record your comings and goings with respect to a site; it can also allow the site to track which pages on the site you visit, and how often you visit them.
Except for information regarding your comings and goings, the only personal information stored in a cookie is information that you supply yourself a cookie cannot read data off your hard drive or read other cookies created by other sites.