“Personal Information” is any information that can identify you and includes, but shall not be limited to, your name and email address.
COGSTATE may use Personal Information along with the information of all or some of the other users of the Website to generate aggregated data that does not contain Personal Information (the “Aggregated Data”). COGSTATE may use the Aggregated Data or share it with third parties for research purposes, for example, to improve the functionality of the Website. Any third party who receives such Aggregated Data must agree that they will not attempt to make the information personally identifiable, such as by combining it with other databases.
COGSTATE also collects information about your use of our Website through technology such as cookies and web beacons. A “cookie” is a unique numeric code we transfer to your computer so we can keep track of your preferences and recognize you as a return visitor to our Site. A “web beacon” is a piece of code on our Site enabling us to monitor things like user activity and site traffic. Cookies allow COGSTATE to collect “clickstream” data, which reflects your activities on the Website; cookies do not collect or keep your name or other personally identifiable information. We use the information we collect through the use of cookie technology for our business purposes, including operation of our site, such as monitoring Website traffic, as well as research and product analyses.
You may withdraw your consent to COGSTATE’s collection, use and disclosure of your Personal Information at any time, on reasonable notice, subject to legal or contractual restrictions. COGSTATE will inform you of the implications of so withdrawing your consent to such collection, use and disclosure. Your Personal Information will be retained only as long as necessary for these purposes or as required by law.
COGSTATE has implemented commercially reasonable security safeguards to protect Personal Information against loss or theft, as well as unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use or modification. Methods of protection include: physical measures (e.g., locked filing cabinets and restricted access to offices); organizational measures (e.g., security clearances and limiting access on a “need-to-know” basis); and technological measures (e.g., the use of passwords and encryption).
At any time, you may challenge the accuracy and completeness of your Personal Information and have it amended as appropriate. In any such case, COGSTATE may request that you provide identifying information sufficient for it to permit such amendment. Any such identifying information shall be used only for this purpose.
Last updated February 2, 2016