This Policy is a statement of our general
in which we collect, hold and use information
easy to find as it is located on our homepage
and each page of this web site. Where personal
data is requested, further explanation may be
provided where appropriate, as to the purposes
for which the data will be used. This Policy,
coupled with any supplementary explanation, is
designed to provide privacy protection tailored
to the individual visitor to, or user of, this
Pledge on Privacy.
The term "personal data" as used in this Policy
refers to information such as your name, birth
date, e-mail address or mailing address, which
can be used to identify you. Migraine Rescue
("the Company") will not process your personal
data without your consent. In processing your
personal data, we pledge to fully comply with
internationally recognized standards of privacy
protection. In so doing, we ensure compliance by
our staff with strict standards of security and
confidentiality. The next sections explain how
and when we collect personal data from you.
Intended Use of Personal Data.
Most of our services do not require any form of
registration, allowing you to visit our site
without telling us who you are. However, some
services may require registration. When you
register with us, you may need to complete
certain fields. In these situations, if you
chose to withhold any personal data requested by
us, it may not be possible for you to gain
access to certain parts of the site and for us
to respond to your query.
The Company processes personal data for specific
and limited purposes, which we inform you about
when we ask you for information. For example, we
may collect and use personal data to provide you
with products or services, to bill you for
products and services you request, to market
products and services which we think may be of
interest to you, or to communicate with you for
other purposes. Information you send to our
customer service department is used only to help
resolve your problem and is otherwise kept
private. The Company keeps your data only for as
long as is reasonably needed for such purposes
and in accordance with any applicable legal or
ethical reporting or documentation retention
Non-Disclosure of Information.
The Company will not sell, share or otherwise
distribute your personal data to outside third
parties outside Migraine Rescue. However,
personal data may occasionally be transferred to
third parties who act for or on behalf of the
Company, or in connection with the business of
the Company, for further processing in
accordance with the purpose(s) for which the
data was originally collected. Where disclosure
of personal data to a third party occurs we will
endeavor to ensure that the processing is
performed in accordance with the purposes and
within the limits under which the data was
originally collected. Such third parties may
operate under different privacy policies. In the
event that this web site is closed down, all
personal data will be destroyed or you will be
notified of any new manner of use of the data so
you may revoke your consent of the use of this
Right of Access.
You have the right to access and update your
personal data or to require its deletion. We
endeavor to ensure that personal data is
up-to-date, accurate, and complete. If you wish
to access or correct your personal data held by
us, please call 1-208-882-3039. Your requests
will be dealt with in a prompt and proper
manner. No charge will be levied for complying
with a correction request, however, for all
other requests, the Company may charge a small
fee to cover its costs. Requests to delete
personal data will be subject to any applicable
legal and ethical reporting or document filing
or retention obligations imposed on the Company.
Security and Confidentiality.
To ensure the security and confidentiality of
personal data that the Company collects online,
access to personal data is restricted to those
employees who have a need to use the data and
who have been trained to handle such data
properly and observe strict standards of
confidentiality. If an employee breaches our
policies and procedures he/she will be
disciplined accordingly. Staff compliance with
our policies and procedures is regularly audited
and reviewed. While we cannot guarantee against
any loss, misuse or alteration to data, we try
to prevent such unfortunate occurrences.
Anonymous data and "Cookies".
Most of the information that the Company
collects from its web site(s) is anonymous
information, such as the pages you visit and
searches you perform. When you visit our web
site we do not collect any personal data from
you unless otherwise authorized by you.
Anonymous information is processed by the
Company to help improve the contents of the site
and to compile aggregate statistics about
individuals using our site for internal, market
research purposes. In so doing, the Company may
install "cookies" that collect the first level
domain name of the user (e.g., "bigmail.com"
from and e-mail address of email@example.com) and
that date and time of the access. "Cookies" by
themselves cannot be used to discover the
identity of the user. A "cookie" is a small
piece of information that is sent to your
browser and stored on your computer's hard
drive. "Cookies" do not damage your computer.
You can set your browser to notify you when you
receive a "cookie," and this will enable you to
decide if you want to accept it or not.
The Company does not condone "spamming".
Spamming is defined as sending unsolicited
e-mails, usually of a commercial nature, in
large numbers and repeatedly to individuals with
whom the sender has had no previous contact or
who have declined to receive such
In contrast, where the Company believes that
certain product, health, or other information is
of importance to you it reserves the right to
inform you by e-mail whilst giving you the
choice of opting out of such service.
Personal Information and
Children. The Company
will not knowingly collect, use or disclose
personal data from a minor under the age of 13
without obtaining prior consent from a person
with parental responsibility (e.g., a parent or
guardian) through direct off-line contact. We
will provide the parent with (a) notice of the
specific types of personal data being collected
from the minor, and (b) the opportunity to
object to any further collection, use, or
storage of such information. The Company abides
by laws designed to protect children.
Links to Other Sites.
site to the exclusion of third party web sites.
The Company may provide links to other web sites
that we believe may be of interest to our
visitors. We aim to ensure that such web sites
are of the highest standard. However, due to the
nature of the World Wide Web, the Company cannot
guarantee the standards of every web site link
it provides to be responsible for the contents
of non- Company sites.
Contact the Company.
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would like to make any recommendations or
comments to improve the quality of our Privacy
Policy, please contact the
1, 2008. We aim to constantly improve the tools
available to you to manage the data that you
provide to us. Please refer to this page from
time to time to review these other new features.