The privacy of visitors to sarahcarecampbell.com is important to us. Our practices and procedures regarding your privacy are as follows:
As with most websites, our hosting provider (GoDaddy.com) collects certain user data in log files. The information in the log files may include your IP (internet protocol) address, your ISP (internet service provider, such as AT&T or Comcast), the browser you used to visit our site (such as Firefox, Chrome, Edge or Safari), the date and time and which pages you viewed on our website.
While SarahCare’s I.T. department periodically examines these logs to ascertain the performance and functionality of our website, it is the policy of SarahCare of Campbell to never save, collect or aggregate any customer data, or to share any customer data with any third parties for any purpose. Once our log files are examined for technical purposes, the data contained therein is deleted, and the log files flushed.
We do not use third party advertisements on our website, therefore no third-party cookies should be sent to your browser. However, Google and other search engines you use to find our site may place cookies on your computer for their own purposes. The information these cookies gather may include your IP address, your ISP, the browser you used to visit our site, and in some cases, whether you have the browser plug-in Adobe Flash installed.
SarahCare of Campbell uses Google Analytics and Google Analytics for Mobile Apps. Google Analytics is the most widely used web analytics service available on the Internet. We use analytics to identify poorly performing web pages, which websites, blogs or social media may have directed visitors to our site, the total number of site visitors, how long they stayed and in some cases their geographical position.
Google Analytics and IP addresses
Every computer and device connected to the Internet is assigned an Internet Protocol (IP) address. IP addresses are usually assigned in country-based blocks and can often be used to identify the country, state, and city from which a computer is connecting to the Internet. Google Analytics uses IP addresses to provide and protect the security of the service, and to give website owners a sense of where in the world their users come from (also known as "IP geolocation").
Google Analytics cookies
Google Analytics mainly uses first-party cookies to report on user interactions on Google Analytics customers’ websites. These cookies are used to store non-personally identifiable information. Browsers do not share first-party cookies across domains.