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Free and Anonymous Access

This is the web site of Diabetes Advocacy ("we" and "us"). Access is free and anonymous. At no time are you required to give any information about yourself to access the main web site. The privacy of visitors is of paramount importance to us.

Information Sharing and Disclosure

We do not share any data that might identify any individual with anyone or any third party.

Advertisements

Our web sites are funded by store sales, advertisements and sponsorships. All ads on our web sites are served by our own, internally-developed advertising engine. These ads are delivered without placing a cookie on your computer, and therefore we do not have any knowledge of who has seen what ads. Third-party ad delivery is not permitted on our web sites. Our website does host advertisement banners and sponsored links. Advertisements are distinguished by the words "advertisement" or "sponsor". 

We accept advertisements or paid promotional links for products and services that we deem to be of interest to our viewers and which are in keeping with our editorial policy of patient empowerment, sound science, and medical accuracy. The Diabetes Advocacy website hosts advertisement banners and sponsored links. These are distinguished by the words "advertisement" or "sponsors".  For further information on pricing and availability email us at advocacy @diabetesadvocacy.com

Access Logs

Each web page access is recorded in a log file. The contents of the log file are analyzed to determine how many visitors we serve, what pages they look at most, and from where they connect. Individual session data is not kept or examined.

Online Email Lists

The Online Support List requires users to register before they are allowed to post a message. Registration requires users to enter a first name, last name, and e-mail address. The names need not be your real names, but will be used to identify the source of each message you post. The mailing list addresses are not available for sale or rent to anyone. The mailing lists exist only to provide an opportunity for parents, adults, teens, and others to share their experiences living with diabetes.

Rights to remove or reproduce any user-generated material.

Any content submitted to this website or our social media sites becomes the property of Diabetes Advocacy. We reserve the right to alter, remove, re-post, re-purpose, market or trade any such content. By sharing any contribution or user-generated content (including any text, photographs, graphics, video, audio or any other type of media or content) with this site and our social media sites, contributors agree to grant us, free of charge, permission to use this material in any way we deem fit (including the modification, reproduction, repurposing or deletion of it). They hereby confirm that their contribution is their own original work.

Summary

We do not obtain personally identifying information about you during your use of the web site, unless you choose to provide it in one of the few areas where it is possible to provide it. If you do choose to add information about yourself to the site  we do not share your data with any third parties, nor do we use your data to market to you. Privacy and anonymity are an important part of our promise to you.

Questions

If you have any questions about your privacy at the our web site please contact us


This site does not supply clinical treatment information or medical advice. The editor of this site is NOT a medical professional.  Any advice or information you may receive through this website or our mailing lists is not guaranteed and should always be discussed with your health care provider .  All links are provided for your convenience and further do not signify any endorsement on our behalf.