Privacy: The short version
We do not collect any personally identifiable information from users browsing FoodandNutritionMag.org. Site visitors who wish to post comments—anonymously or not—on FoodandNutritionMag.org must supply an email address, which we will not share or sell. We do not support or sanction pop-up ads of any kind. If you experience pop-up ads when visiting FoodandNutritionMag.org, it is likely from software already on your computer. Read more about “Pop-Up Advertising” below.
Privacy: The full version
This Privacy Statement covers the following Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' website: FoodandNutritionMag.org
From General Users:
FoodandNutritionMag.org does not collect any personally identifiable information (PII) from users browsing our websites. Only statistical data—such as the number of hits per page—is collected. This information is used only for internal and marketing purposes and does not include any PII.
Cookies and IP Addresses:
From Academy Members, CPE Registrants and Other Customers
FoodandNutritionMagazine.org is an open-access website. Currently no features on the website require personal information other than an email address to post comments on articles.
Information sent by e-mail to Food & Nutrition Magazine may be used to process the request or inquiry in the email.
FoodandNutritionMag.org may contain links to other external websites that do not fall under the FoodandNutritionMag.org domain. FoodandNutritionMag.org is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such external websites. The Academy does not endorse the content, products or services on other websites.
Some visitors could experience advertisements for products, such as diet pills, pop up on their computer screens when they visit FoodandNutritionMag.org. The Academy has nothing to do with these pop-up ads and does not sanction or control them in any way. These ads are triggered by software on the viewer's computer that may have been unwittingly installed as part of a free software package. The most common case is with music and file sharing software that is given away free to consumers. After installation, the software keeps track of the sites the user logs onto and when the person goes to any site that is on a special list, an ad pops up. Advertisers pay for this and select the sites they want their ads to be associated with. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics does not approve of this practice and has written to government leaders requesting that legislation be passed to prohibit it.
This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control.
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The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics welcomes your questions and comments about privacy on FoodandNutritionMag.org. Please e-mail us at FoodandNutrition@eatright.org.