Consent To Policy & Updates to Policy
Types and Uses of Personal Information
X-medics collects personally identifiable information, including name, title, company, address, e-mail address, phone numbers, etc. when a visitor to a X-medics Site registers to become a “registered user”. X-medics does not require this information to obtain access to any part of the Site that is open to the public.
Authorized third parties may need access to some of your personal information. For example, if X-medics needs to ship a product to you, X-medics must share your name and address with a shipping company. X-medics limits such third parties in their access and use of your personal information. X-medics does not otherwise share your personal information with third parties, unless you grant X-medics permission to do so.
Accessing and Updating Personal Information for Registered Users
X-medics needs your help to ensure that the personal information you provide to X-medics is correct and up-to-date. You should immediately notify X-medics of any changes to your name, address, company, phone number, or email address to enable us to make changes to your registered user profile.
X-medics is aware of its responsibility to society in general and to our individual customers and web site visitors in particular.
We respect the privacy of personal data and the concerns that visitors may have about the use of their data. In those cases where we collect and use personal data (name, address, contact information), we apply the very best practices such as double opt-in etc.
With respect to cookies (cookies are small text files, which enhance the user experience on a web site, by allowing the system to recognise returning visitors etc.) X-medics only uses so-called first-party cookies which are cookies created and utilised by X-medics.
Third-party cookies (cookies that are created, managed and analysed by a separate entity, possibly providing some service to the organisation hosting the web site) are not used by X-medics.
X-medics does not share cookie data – or related user behaviour – with any third party.