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Information we gather
The information below is gathered from each of our visitors as they explore our website:
- IP address
- Browser version
- Operating system version
This information is used to enhance your experience of our website. In addition, we use it to analyze our website’s performance and acquire statistics on the number of visits for each page to better deliver useful information from National Foot & Ankle Journal.
The term cookies are small digital files that help our website collect information concerning visitor analysis. Certain parts of our website experience may not work if your browser has these settings disabled. We ensure that session cookies will expire after leaving our website.
If you decide to communicate with us via email, we may retain the content of your email message, email address and our responses. We provide the same level of protection for this form of electronic response as we do via mail and telephone.
Sharing or Selling Information
None of the information provided, including but not limited to email address and/or personal information, will be shared or released for profit, except as required by the law (see bellow).
This website is not affiliated with any of the nine schools, or application process associations. This website is merely based on informative opinion to help visitors get a sense of the field of Podiatric medicine.
In certain instances for the judicial law, nfarjournal.com may disclose information when legally compelled to do so. We may disclose email information if necessary to identify and bring legal action against someone in the court of law.
Other Web Sites Linked to Our Web
It should be noted that when you click on a link to go to a different Website, our policy is no longer in effect.
Note on Children
Children under the age of 15 will be asked not to submit any personal information to us. If you are considered a minor, please ask permission from a parent or legal guardian before proceeding.