Anaphylaxis Canada (AC) is committed to protecting individual privacy on the Internet.
Gathering and Use of Information
AC does not disclose, give or sell any personal information about site visitors. AC may, on occasion, forward your request for information received through "Contact Us" to a physician, dietitian or relevant agency for a response.
Information submitted by users on a voluntary basis is used for the purpose of providing you with information regarding AC products and services, as well as information you have requested. Information from users is only maintained as needed to fulfill the stated purpose.
We have taken steps to make sure all information received from our online visitors is as secure as possible against unauthorized access and use.
Like many other web sites, the AC Web site uses an Internet tool called a " cookie". Cookies are small bits of data that we send to your computer to track visitor activity on our site. This information is used to help us develop content that responds to the interests of our site visitors.
Tracking IP Addresses
AC provides links to other sites that we believe provide relevant information, but we are not responsible for the content or the privacy policies of these web sites.
Using Anaphylaxis Canada Materials
You may download or make copies of our web site materials for your own personal and educational use, provided credit to Anaphylaxis Canada is maintained. Please make sure you display our copyright and/or trademark notices on your copy. Please do not modify any of our logos or designs; or distribute, republish or post our materials to build another website or for your own commercial, educational or promotional purposes. If you do so, without first obtaining our written consent, you'll be violating our intellectual property rights. You can write to ask for consent at [email protected]
Trademarks & Copyright
Anaphylaxis Canada is the registered owner of intellectual properties displayed on this site; and has the exclusive right to use these trademarks and copyrighted designs. We consider all our intellectual properties to be very important assets of our Association and protect them from unauthorized use by others. We often use a � symbol to indicate which items are trademarks, with reference to a footnote explaining our ownership.
Last date modified on Saturday, May 1, 2005