PrideOrtho does not collect personal information about you other than information which you provide to us voluntarily, such as through completion of a membership application form or if you send us a letter or email concerning such information. We do not otherwise collect any information without your permission. Simply accessing our website, or searching for information on our website, does not cause PrideOrtho to collect any information about you.
If you are a member, we may choose to use the contact information you have provided to contact you concerning subjects pertinent to your membership in the organization. As of this date, we have never provided any such contact information concerning members to third parties (such as sale of mailing lists, etc).
In summary: PrideOrtho is not in the business of secretly collecting personal information from its members or anyone else.
When you visit this website – as a member or visitor – cookies may be placed on your computer by PrideOrtho.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a chunk of data – typically stored as text file – that is placed on your computer or other device when you visit a particular website.
The cookie is used to identify your device to the website when you visit again so the site can load your preferences, automatically accept your credentials, or otherwise personalize the experience. Cookies do not store personal information about you, just information identifying your device.
Within your browser settings, you can choose whether to accept cookies. To access the website as a member, you need to enable cookies (which most browsers do by default). If you are using Safari as your browser, you may also need to enable cross-site tracking by disabling the Prevent Cross-Site Tracking option.