Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us. When you provide information to us via our web site, we protect it according to this policy. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to let us know.

Who is a Typical Diamond Headache Clinic Research & Educational Foundation (the "Foundation") User?
The Foundation operates mainly as a provider of medical education. Unlike many organizations and web sites, we do not focus on consumer users or the collection of consumer data. To the extent we collect information online, our purpose is to better provide medical information on a variety of topics related to headache.

What Information Do We Collect Online?
Unless otherwise stated in another, more specific policy on the web pages you are viewing, we collect the following types of information when you browse www.dhc-fdn.org:

Information you provide directly, such as your name, when you register online or e-mail messages you send us.

The web pages your Internet browser visits when browsing our site and

Aggregate data, such as the number of hits per week, per web page.

How Do We Use This Information?
The Foundation does not rent or sell customer lists to other organizations. Instead, we use information collected via the web site in the following ways:

For information you provide directly, such as registration information or e-mail messages, we use the information to respond to your registration and requests.

For some registration and use data, we may direct you to particular web pages, customize the web pages you see, or otherwise increase the relevance of the information you access through the web site.

For information about web pages visited, page hits per week, and the like, we use this information internally to improve the design of our web pages.

The Foundation may use third-party storage or service-provider companies to perform some functions including the processing of data. Such companies are under a duty of confidentiality to the Foundation.

The Foundation may disclose information to protect our rights or property, to enforce our terms of use and legal notices, as required or permitted by law, or at the request of government regulators or other law enforcement officials and the courts (including the issuance of a valid subpoena). We shall have no duty to notify you of such compliance with the law.

E-Mail Lists
The Foundation maintains e-mail lists to keep interested parties informed about our organization, events, courses, support, and more. We do not sell the addresses on our list, but we may make information available to specific business partners, sponsors, or service providers.

Users may voluntarily request to join our mailing lists by signing up or opting in through a form on our web site. To be removed from a e-mail list, follow the "unsubscribe" instructions on e-mails from the Foundation.

Storage and Updates to Information
You can update your contact information by contacting us with the subject line heading of "Privacy Policy Request," or by updating the information via a web page. We may keep all information in an off-line form, for archival purposes or as otherwise required by law. Please note that if your information is removed from our databases, you may no longer be able to access certain areas of our web site requiring registration or a subscription.

Revisions and Contact Information
We constantly update the features of our web site to better serve you and all our customers, so this policy may also be revised from time to time. The Foundation may modify this policy without advance notice and any modifications are effective when they are posted here. By using our web site, you indicate your understanding and acceptance of the terms of the policy posted at the time of your use. If you have any questions, please contact us by sending an e-mail message to us with the subject line heading of "Privacy Policy Request".