Privacy Policy

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This privacy policy is issued by ePractice (“We”, “Us” or “Our”). By using web sites owned and operated by ePractice or its affiliates (this Site and the Content and Services are collectively referred to herein as the “Site”), you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the following privacy policy. We reserve the right to make changes to this policy at any time without advance notice. Any such change shall be effective immediately upon posting to this Site. If you have questions pertaining to this policy, please contact us. ePractice adheres to the following privacy policies:

We collect your personal information only with your informed consent.

We use your information for personalization of content, identification, and communication.

We do not sell or redistribute your personally identifiable information outside of ePractice without your prior notice. ePractice believes that (1) you should understand how ePractice uses the information you provide, and (2) you have the right to approve the use of that information.

1. Collection of Information.

While using the Site, you may be asked to provide information (such as name, contact information, or other registration information) to ePractice or our service providers. ePractice and these entities may use this information to tailor their presentations to you, facilitate your movement through the Site, or communicate separately with you. We will not provide such personally identifiable information to companies outside ePractice without your prior notice. If you choose not to provide your information to ePractice, you can still use most of the non-password protected areas of the ePractice web site. Unfortunately, you will not be able to access some functions of the Site that require your personal information.

2. IP Address Retention

We store the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your computer when you visit our Site. This information is used solely to create aggregate demographic summaries of our users.

3. Cookies

We may also collect information about you and your use of our Site through the use of cookies. “Cookies” are small computer files we transfer to your computer’s hard drive that allows us to know how often someone visits our Site and the activities they conduct while on our Site. This information helps us dynamically generate advertising and content on web pages specifically designed for you and also allows us to statistically monitor how many people are using our Site and for what purpose. Sponsors, advertisers or third parties may also use Cookies when you select their advertisement, content or service; we cannot control their use of Cookies or how they use the information they gather. If you do not want information collected through Cookies, there is a simple procedure in most browsers that allows you to deny or accept the Cookie feature. However, Cookies are required to access the ePractice software products and services. These “login cookies” are encrypted for your privacy.