Evidence On Demand recognises the importance of protecting the privacy of all information provided by users of our website, recipients of our e-bulletin and all other users of our services.
Information collection and use
Evidence On Demand collects information from our website users, subscribers and other users. In this section of our Privacy Statement, we describe the type of information we collect and how we use it to provide better services to our users.
If users wish to subscribe to our e-bulletins, we ask for contact information (such as name and email address). Recipients of our e-bulletins can unsubscribe at any time.
Communications with Evidence On Demand
The Evidence On Demand website contains features through which our users can submit information to us. Where such submissions include requests for service, support or information, we may forward them to our consortium partners, as needed, to best respond to the specific request. In addition, we may retain emails and other information sent to us for our internal administrative purposes, and to help us to serve users better. Following closure of a helpdesk enquiry or receipt of consultancy services, we may contact you to elicit feedback on the service we have provided - this is to help us make sure our users continue to receive the best service possible.
We use reasonable precautions to protect our users' personal information and to store it securely. Access to users' information is restricted, and the servers on which we store information are kept in a secure environment.
Our website contains links to other sites. Evidence On Demand is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of each website to which we may link that may collect personally identifiable information.
The Evidence On Demand website is not directed at individuals under 13 years of age, and Evidence On Demand does not intend to collect any personally-identifiable information from such individuals.
Cookies are small files that we put on your computer or mobile device to help us provide you with a good online experience. It's the standard way of distinguishing you from other users of the site, and learning how we can make improvements. Evidence On Demand uses the following cookies:
- Google Analytics cookies. These are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.
- Session cookies. These are used as a unique identifier for the session when you view the website. It allows the website to recognise the pages you have already viewed and the options you have already selected. No personal data or tracking data is stored. This cookie is deleted when you close your browser.
By using and browsing the Evidence On Demand website, you consent to cookies being used for the reasons above. If you do not consent, you must disable cookies or refrain from using the site.
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