Brainlab will not actively collect personal data (e.g. your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, or birth date) without your authorization. In the event you choose to submit such personal data to Brainlab, Brainlab may combine such data with data otherwise acquired, store and process such data, and/or disclose such data to affiliated companies, always for the purpose of better understanding our customers and potential customers, and to improve the medical devices manufactured and the services provided by Brainlab. Brainlab has no intention to disclose personal data to any third parties, except as stated above.
Brainlab may, when you access our website, automatically collect other data, such as e.g. the type of Internet browser you are using, the domain from which you access the internet (e.g. aol.com), the number of visits, and other data not attributable to an individual. Brainlab may combine such data with data otherwise acquired, store and process such data, and/or disclose such data to affiliated companies, for the purpose stated above.
Brainlab will not knowingly collect, use in any way, or disclose any information whatsoever submitted by children. Parents are encouraged to educate their children about their use of the Internet, and particularly about security issues regarding the disclosure of information to websites.
If you use Brainlab website, Brainlab’s website may automatically send information to your web browser that will help the website remember you during your current visit of our website, e.g. in order to correctly allocate the contents of a ‘ shopping basket’. The sessions are automatically deleted when you leave the website.
Brainlab takes no responsibility for the privacy policies of other websites, whether linked to brainlab.com or not.
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