Our goal is to provide a useful self-diagnostic in an ethical manner. For example, we will never sell your information to anyone for any reason and we store all information on a secure server, protected by a firewall. Like almost all Web sites, we automatically collect information on all requests for pages from our Web server. We collect the IP address of your Internet connection (which generally does not identify you unless your Internet service provider has assigned you a static IP address), the type of browser you used, what you requested, and what was sent. This helps us understand usage of the Web site and allows us to produce aggregate statistics on usage. We may also use common 3rd party services from companies like Google and Facebook to provide aggregated statistics on usage and the ability for our users to share information through social media. These companies may collect data on your use of our site as a result, but none of that information will be linked to any personally identifying information that we collect.
We take reasonable technical, administrative, and physical precautions to keep your information secure. For example, we store your responses in a password-protected database located in a secure data center. When you are logging in or registering or answering survey questions, your data is sent via HTTPS and TLS encryption which prevents other people from intercepting the data and identifying you.
We may change this Privacy Statement in the future. If we do, we will post any changes to this page promptly. This statement is effective as of April 2, 2021.