1. Protection of your information
All the data we collect from you on our websites is protected against unauthorized access by third parties. We do our utmost to protect your privacy through the appropriate use of security technologies and physical safeguards.
2. Website Usage Information
2.1 While you use our websites, your visits to individual pages will be tracked and recorded in web server log files (“Log Data”). Log Data may be used by Journal of Internal Medicine of Taiwan for statistical purposes, to recognize patterns of usage of the websites, and to improve the structure and content presentation. The usage information we collect (using HTTP Cookies) includes referring URLs, browser and device characteristics, IP address, operating system, as well as dates and times of website visits.
3. User Accounts, Registration and Personalized Services
3.1 To make use of personalized services, you will have to register a user account with our websites. During registration, we will ask you to provide some personal information, including, but not limited to, your name, valid e-mail address, affiliation, postal address, phone number, password, academic degree, position within your institution or organization, and your research interests. Some of this information is required to properly set up the user account for you to use all of JIMT services.
3.2 Journal of Internal Medicine of Taiwan may use this information to fulfill our contract with you (e.g. the publication of your article). Furthermore, JIMT may also use this information internally, e.g., to evaluate and improve our business, respond to any questions, requests or comments you make, for targeted marketing purposes, or to identify and prevent fraud, claims or other liabilities.
4. International Transfer of Personal Data
Journal of Internal Medicine of Taiwan will never share your personal information with anyone nor with any third parties. Anyone can be subscribed to us and will get further information and announcement through the mail of BNIHS. the journal takes steps to ensure your personal information is continued to be protected wherever it is stored and/or processed.
5. Your Rights
As a registered user, you can access your account at any time and make corrections or updates. In accordance with existing data privacy law, you may request the information that the Journal of Internal Medicine of Taiwan holds or processes about you. On request, we will also provide you with a copy of all personal information that we possess about you. We will delete this personal information when you request to deactivate your account. However, some personal information may remain in storage for a certain period of time in order to comply with our (legal) obligations and to resolve disputes.
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