Effective Date: February 14, 2022
We may collect the following kinds of information when you use the Physician Portal:
Information you provide directly to us. For certain activities, such as when you register, subscribe to our alerts, interact with the Services, or contact us directly, we may ask you to provide some or all of the following types of information:
Information we collect automatically. We may collect certain information automatically when you use our Services, such as audio data necessary to provide the Services, your Internet protocol (IP) address, device identifiers, browser type, operating system, apps installed on your device, Internet service provider, pages that you visit before and after using the Services, the date and time of your visit, information about the links you click and pages you view within the Services, and other standard server log information.
We only use payment information, such as credit card numbers, expiration date, and security codes, as necessary to complete a particular transaction or as otherwise required by law.
We generally use the information we collect to:
We are committed to maintaining your trust, and we want you to understand when and with whom we may share the information we collect.
If you choose to engage in public activities on the Services, you should be aware that any information you share there can be read, collected, or used by other users of these areas. You should use caution in disclosing personal information while participating in these areas. We are not responsible for the information you choose to submit in these public areas.
We use reasonable measures to help protect information from loss, theft, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction. You should understand that no data storage system or transmission of data over the Internet or any other public network can be guaranteed to be 100 percent secure. Please note that information collected by third parties may not have the same security protections as information you submit to us, and we are not responsible for protecting the security of such information.You are responsible for taking reasonable steps to ensure that no unauthorized person has access to your password or account login information, as applicable. It is your sole responsibility to control the use of login information and a password, to authorize, monitor, and control access to and use of your account and password, and to inform Soundable Health promptly of any need to deactivate a password. It is also your responsibility to ensure that your devices are protected with passcode controls and are kept current with software and security updates, and has a passcode enabled, to minimize the risk of compromise by a malicious actor.
You may be able to refuse or disable cookies by adjusting your web browser settings. Because each web browser is different, please consult the instructions provided by your web browser (typically in the “help” section). Please note that you may need to take additional steps to refuse or disable Local Shared Objects and other similar technologies. For example, Local Shared Objects can be controlled through the instructions on Adobe’s Setting Manager page. If you choose to refuse, disable, or delete these technologies, some of the functionality of the Services may no longer be available to you.
2. Do-Not-Track Signals and Similar Mechanisms. Some web browsers transmit "do-not-track" signals to websites. Because of differences in how web browsers incorporate and activate this feature, it is not always clear whether users intend for these signals to be transmitted, or whether they even are aware of them. We currently do not take action in response to these signals.