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Site Policies

Your privacy is very important to us. AIDS.ORG is extremely committed to protecting your privacy and maintaining the trust our visitors have given us over the years. We have always enforced a very strict privacy policy for its users since our very first day of operations.

AIDS.ORG is guided by these standards:

At no time does AIDS.ORG share, sell, or otherwise release any personal information about you.

You are never required to provide any personal information in order to use AIDS.ORG.

Any decision by you to provide personal information (such as your name or e-mail address) is completely voluntary and will be maintained with the strictest concern for your privacy.

Information Updates:

You may choose to join a list of visitors to whom AIDS.ORG distributes regular updates about new features and information. These updates are distributed by e-mail. You may unsubscribe from this feature at any time from our homepage at www.aids.org.

Surveys:

From time to time, you may elect to help us by filling out anonymous surveys. However, these surveys are anonymous and confidential and do not collect any personal information. Any anonymous data that is collected is not associated with your name nor any other identifying information about you. . This aggregate data helps us to better understand how people are using AIDS.ORG, and helps us to better understand our users so we can develop new programs and improve the services we provide.

External Links:

AIDS.ORG provides links to various web sites.  When visiting a web site that is linked to AIDS.ORG, you should consult that site’s privacy policy before providing them with any personal information. When you click on one of these links, you will be transferred out of AIDS.ORG and connected to the web site of the organization or company that you have selected. Each of these linked sites maintains its own independent privacy policy and practices.

General Disclaimer:

AIDS.ORG provides information that is designed to support, but not replace, the relationship that exists between you and your doctor; is not a substitute for professional care, and is for educational purposes only. AIDS.ORG does not provide medical advice nor professional services. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, please consult your healthcare provider.

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