We recommend that you read the following policy carefully to understand how and why this website uses your IP address and cookies. You must explicitly agree to visit and browse our website https://www.mesotheliomatadvice.com (“Website”). If you do not agree with the provisions of this policy, please exit our website immediately.

Last updated: July 2021

(Hereinafter: The “IP and Cookie policy”)

Mesotheliomat Advice (“We”, “We” or “Mesotheliomat Advice”) collects two types of information to your website (“Site”). (I) Personal information and (ii) information that includes your name and email are added information, which is associated with “cookie” and your user’s Internet protocol address (“IP address”), is generated from the practice.

Our practices on the collection and processing of such personal information are described in our Privacy Policy.
The practices for the generation of aggregation information (as indicated above) are described here for the cookies policy here. In addition to the online platform, please explicitly accept the practices described here to view and use the website.

(A) IP Address

When you visit a website, the system automatically assigns you a unique identification number called an IP address. This IP address contains information about your computer’s location on the Internet and the name of your Internet Service Provider (“ISP”), which is automatically recorded by our website.

What Is an IP address?

When you start an Internet session, your computer will be assigned a unique IP address. This is the only address of your computer on the Internet. Without such an IP address, websites will not be able to serve you their content because they will not be able to find your computer on the Internet. When you disconnect and reconnect to the Internet, your computer will get a new IP address. The IP address does not identify you personally, but it does contain information about the location of your computer on the Internet and the name of your ISP.

How Do We Collect Your IP Address

When you visit our website, your computer will send a message to our website requesting content. This message from your computer will also send your IP address as a “return address”. In this way, the site can find your computer to send the requested content. Our web server automatically records all these messages.

What Do We Do With Your IP Address

When we record your IP address, the collected data will be combined with other recorded IP addresses to provide us with statistical data about the geographic location of website visitors, their behavior on the website, and how they respond to the page. We will automatically collect your IP address and store it in log files. These files also contain information about your browser type, ISP, operating system, date/time stamp, clickstream data, and files viewed on our website. The collection of such information allows us to generate aggregate information for our website, including general user trends and online activities (such as the number of unique visitors, frequency of visits or pages of search terms entered). It also allows us to better manage our website, check for any potential server issues, analyze visitor trends and help us provide you with a better experience. We will not store IP addresses for longer than is required for the purposes mentioned above.

(B) Cookies

Information About Our Use of Cookies

Cookies allow us to analyze trends and provide you with a good experience when you browse our website. Cookie
contains information that is transferred to your computer’s hard drive. Cookies allow websites to remember users that they have already visited. Cookies allow us to remember your personalized preferences, such as your language preferences, and allow you to complete tasks without having to re-enter your information.
Please note that third parties (including third party service providers such as ad networks and web traffic analytics services) may also use cookies, and we have no control over this. These cookies can be analytics / performance cookies or target cookies.

You can block cookies by activating the settings in your browser, which allows you to reject all or some cookie settings. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including basic cookies), you may not be able to access all or part of our website. If you choose not to accept cookies, some parts of our website may not function properly.
Except for necessary cookies, all cookies will expire after 30 days.

You can control the use of cookies at the individual browser level. If you reject cookies, you can continue to use our website, but your ability to use certain functions or areas of our website may be restricted. Many browsers allow you to browse privately, which automatically deletes cookies after visiting the website. The following is a list of the most used browsers and how you can enable private browsing:

Internet Explorer 8 and later versions: In Private
Safari 2 and later versions: Private Navigation/Browsing
Firefox 3.5 and later versions: Private Navigation/Browsing
Google Chrome 10 and later versions: Incognito

For more information on cookies, please visit sites such as www.allaboutcookies.org