BoneTalks, LLC (“We”) values your privacy. We are committed to maintaining/upholding the privacy of personal information of visitors (“You”) of the BoneTalks.com site (“Site”).
Visitor Personal information collected how we use it.
When you view pages and graphics on our Web sites, the following information may be recorded in a log file:
1) The time and date of your request; 2) The Internet address of your computer; 3) The browser and operating system you are using; 4) the page that you are viewing
We use the information noted above to improve the effective operation of BoneTalks.com and to measure overall anonymous usage by users. We do not review use of individual users, unless there is activity that may be related to copyright violation, or if we are required to disclose this information by law.
BoneTalks, LLC has no intention of sharing this information with other organizations for marketing purposes.
Security and E-Commerce
BoneTalks.com currently has no E-Commerce functions.
Personal Identifiable Information
You can visit the Site without revealing any information about yourself. We may collect information about how you use our site and the areas of our site that you visit. Site analytics data is used to troubleshoot the site and improve services.
BoneTalks, LLC may use small text files called cookies to improve the overall Site experience. A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user's hard drive containing information about the user. Cookies generally do not permit us to personally identify you.
Additional cookies may be sent by BoneTalks.com servers to facilitate interaction between your Web browser and this website. Each time our Web server receives a request for a page, it checks to see if the cookie is present - this enables us to determine how much of our traffic is from repeat visitors.
Please note, however, that some services will not work if your browser does not accept cookies.
You can one turn off or delete cookies in your browser settings; however, this may affect your use of the site.
BoneTalks.com is meant to be a community for people interested in orthopedic injuries and in advances within the orthopedic field. It is our highest priority to protect the privacy of visitors so they feel secure to use the site as a resource.