Remedive.com may collect information about you. This information may include your IP address, browser version and operating system, access times and referring addresses. We may use this information for operating our services, maintaining the quality of the service, security management and providing reports for relevant business purposes. This information is not shared with anyone beyond authorized web site support staff, except when required by law enforcement investigation.
We store standard access logs of all visits to the site. This includes access time, page visited, browser information and internet address, which can potentially be personally identifying. We may also store how the user interacts with the site, including clicks, scrolling etc.
We collect this information to better understand how our website visitors use Remedive, and to monitor and protect the security of our services. We may store information about how our apps are being used. This can include access time, page visited, browser information, internet address, button and link clicks, scrolling and all other ways in which someone interacts with the app, which can potentially be personally identified User-Provided Information
When you submit information to Remedive, via our site, apps etc., to comment on posts and articles, rate a recipe or video, ask or answer a question, customize a meal plan, mark content as favorite or to watch later, or in other ways the content submitted is processed and stored. If you are logged in it may be linked to your account. It will also in some cases include your internet address, which is potentially personally-identifying.
Please be careful with any personal or sensitive health information you submit or share. Comments, success stories, and similar content can be visible to anyone visiting the site! We do not filter user-submitted content for personal information or sensitive information, and by submitting it you give permission to publish the content, and to store and process it as needed for that purpose. The information may be transmitted, processed and stored by third-party service providers to detect spam and to ensure that the service works as intended.