3.1 Information You Provide to Us
We do not collect “Personal Information” about you through the Services unless you choose to provide it to us voluntarily, such as through the “Become a Member,” “Join Today,” “Get Started” or a similar page. We define Personal Information as information that is unique to you and might include your phone number, biometric information (such as your height and weight), name, address, email address, Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MIB), birthdate, and certain medical or health information.
We may also collect demographic information, such as information about your gender and age (“Demographic Information”) when you enter information in the “Become a Member,” “Join Today,” “Get Started” or a similar page.
If you encounter a screen or page that requests information you do not want to share with us, do not enter the information and do not proceed with that screen or page.
If you do provide us with Personal Information, we will use it for the purpose stated on the page collecting the Personal Information, and we will not license, transmit or disclose this information to third parties unless: (1) you expressly authorize us to do so, (2) it is necessary to allow our contractors or agents to provide services for us, (3) in order to provide our products or services to you, (4) it is disclosed to entities that perform marketing services on our behalf or to other entities with whom we have joint marketing agreements, (5) it is disclosed to insurance providers for us to obtain an insurance quote on your behalf or to connect you with insurers who provide products in your area in which you may be interested, or (6) otherwise as we are required or permitted by applicable law. We may also use the information you choose to provide to us to improve the content of this Site and our Services or to contact you for marketing purposes.
3.2 Information Others Provide to Us About You
3.3 Information We Collect When You Use the Services
In addition to any Personal Information, or other information that you choose to submit to us (as described above), we and our third-party service providers may use a variety of technologies that store or collect certain information whenever you visit or interact with the Services (“Usage Information”). This Usage Information may be stored or accessed using a variety of technologies that may be downloaded to your personal computer, browser, laptop, tablet, mobile phone or other device (a “Device”) whenever you visit or interact with our Services. To the extent we associate Usage Information with your Personal Information we collect directly from you on the Services, we will treat your Usage Information as your Personal Information.
Usage Information may include:
- your IP address, UDID or other unique identifier (“Device Identifier”). A Device Identifier is a number that is automatically assigned to your Device used to access the Services, and our computers identify your Device by its Device Identifier;
- your Device functionality (including browser, operating system, hardware, mobile network information);
- the URL that referred you to our Services;
- the areas within our Services that you visit and your activities there, including remembering you and your preferences;
- your Device location;
- your Device characteristics; and
- certain other Device data, including the time of day, among other information.
3.4 Information Collected Through Tracking Technologies
A. Types of Tracking Technologies We Use
We may use a variety of tracking technologies to automatically collect Usage Information and Demographic Information, including, but not limited to, cookies, web beacons, embedded scripts, browser fingerprinting, GPS, iBeacons, and ETags (collectively “Tracking Technologies”). Tracking Technologies may set, change, alter, or modify settings or configurations on your Device.
A cookie (or “locally shared object”) is a data file placed on your device when you visit our site. Your browser, or other software (including Adobe Flash), may allow you to reject or remove cookies, but if you do so, some features of our Services may not work properly, and we may not be able to remember your preferences the next time that you visit. We also use web server logs to collect and store information about usage of our Services. When you use the Services from a mobile device, like a smartphone, we may also collect additional information from your device, including your location, Device Identifier and information about your mobile network.
B. Purpose of Tracking Technologies
We may use Tracking Technologies for a variety of purposes, including:
- When Strictly Necessary to Provide the Services
- We may use Tracking Technologies that we consider strictly necessary to allow you to use and access the Services, including cookies required to prevent fraudulent activity and improve security.
To Assess Performance
We may use Tracking Technologies that are useful in order to assess the performance of the Services, including as part of our analytic practices or otherwise to improve the content or services offered through the Services.
To Improve Functionality
We may use Tracking Technologies to offer you enhanced functionality when accessing the Services, including identifying you when you visit this Site or keeping track of your specified preferences, including in terms of the presentation of content on this Site.
To Deliver Relevant Content
We may use Tracking Technologies to deliver content relevant to your interests on the Services and third-party sites based on how you interact with the Services. This includes using Tracking Technologies to understand the usefulness to you of the content that has been delivered to you.
C. Tracking Technologies Choices and Consent
We are giving you detailed notice of the Tracking Technologies and your limited choices regarding them so that your consent is meaningfully informed.
D. Third-Party Tracking
E. Do Not Track
Some Internet browsers may be configured to send “Do Not Track” signals to the online services that you visit. California Business & Professions Code Section 22575(b) provides that California residents are entitled to know how Population Health responds to “Do Not Track” browser settings.
There currently is no consensus among industry participants as to what “Do Not Track” means in this context. Therefore, like many websites and online services, our Services do not alter their practices when they receive a “Do Not Track” signal from a visitor’s browser. To find out more about “Do Not Track,” please visit allaboutdnt.com.
F. Disabling Tracking Features
Each browser you use will need to be set separately and different browsers offer different functionality and options in this regard. Also, these tools may not be effective with regard to Flash cookies or HTML5 cookies or other Tracking Technologies. For information on disabling Flash cookies go to Adobe’s website adobe.com.
Please be aware that if you disable or remove these technologies, some parts of our Services may not work and that when you revisit this Site your ability to limit browser-based Tracking Technologies is subject to your browser settings and limitations.