The Hepatitis Community Best Practice Sharing website (the “Website”) is
controlled and operated by Gilead Sciences Europe Ltd, a company registered
in England and Wales (company number: 05510315) whose registered office
address is 2 Roundwood Avenue, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, UB11 1AF, United
This Privacy Statement explains how Gilead handles the information that you
provide to Gilead, or that is otherwise collected, via the Website. Please
read this Privacy Statement before using the Website.
By accessing and using the Website, you agree and consent to the
collection, use and disclosure of your “Personal Information” (i.e.
information that can identify you) as outlined in this Privacy
Unless otherwise specifically noted, this Privacy Statement does not apply
to information collected from you offline, via other Gilead websites or to
third-party websites to which the Website may link, but that Gilead does
not control. You are encouraged to review the terms of the individual
privacy policies of each website you visit.
How does Gilead collect information online?
Gilead may collect information in two ways:
Personal Information You Submit
The Website is a central hub for information about the Hepatitis Community
Best Practice Sharing Event, and is a platform for posters for the event to
be submitted. When submitting posters, questions or confirming your
attendance the Website will ask for personal information, specifically your
name, name of organisation, telephone number and email address. This
information will not be shared, or used other than for direct contact
between Gilead, and its agents, and the individual or groups who submitted
the information on the Website. However, the confidentiality of Personal
Information transmitted over the Internet cannot be guaranteed. Gilead
urges you to exercise caution when transmitting Personal Information over
Passive Collection of Unidentifiable Information (e.g. Cookies)
More information can be found in the Cookie statement.
In what circumstances and for what purposes might Gilead collect and
use Personal Information through the Website?
Gilead will collect information about how you interact with the Website.
Usually this information is unidentified and is limited to maintaining the
integrity of, or making improvements to, the Website.
How does Gilead secure Personal Information collected on the Website?
It is Gilead’s practice to secure each Gilead website using
commercially reasonable technical, procedural, and administrative
safeguards proportional to the sensitivity and volume of data
However, the confidentiality of Personal Information transmitted over the
Internet cannot be guaranteed. Gilead urges you to exercise caution when
transmitting Personal Information over the Internet.
Gilead has no control over third-party websites or their content and this
Privacy Statement does not apply to such websites. You should check the
privacy policies of third-party websites before submitting Personal
How does Gilead protect the privacy of children on the Website?
Gilead does not knowingly collect or use any Personal Information from
children on the Website (“children” are individuals who have not reached
the age of majority in their residential jurisdictions). Gilead does not
knowingly allow children to communicate with Gilead, or use any of Gilead’s
online services. Should you suspect that a child of whom you are the parent
or legal guardian has provided us with Personal Information, please contact
Gilead by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to this Privacy Statement
Gilead reserves the right to amend this Privacy Statement from time to time
to reflect technological advancements, legal and regulatory changes, and
Gilead’s business practices, subject to applicable laws. If Gilead changes
its privacy practices, an updated version of this Privacy Statement will
reflect those changes. Gilead will provide notice of such changes by
updating the effective date listed on this Privacy Statement. Your
continued interaction with Gilead, in the activities covered above, will be
subject to the then-current Privacy Statement.