Last Modified: February 2016
Some functions of our Site may allow you to voluntarily supply us with personal information, including your name, email address, and other contact information. You may decline to provide your personal information but, as a result, you may not have access to or the benefit of those features. Intercept also may retain electronic communications you send through the Site or through links provided on the Site.
Intercept also may track website information about visits to this Site. For example, statistics are compiled that show the daily requests received for particular files on the Site and what countries those requests come from. These aggregated statistics are used to customize our Site to better meet your needs and may also be provided to other parties.
We may use “cookies” or “web beacons.” A “cookie” is an element of data that a website can send to your browser which may be stored on your computer, device, or system. Cookies allow us to better serve visitors to our website by offering a tailored experience. A “web beacon,” also referred to as a “spotlight” or “pixel tag,” is used to recognize unique cookies and assist us in determining which advertisements bring users to a specific website or page. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept it. If you decline to accept the cookie, it will also disable the web beacon. Intercept, from time to time, permits third parties to apply cookies when you visit the Site. However, the Site gives you a means to control how they are placed and used. You may be able to use “Do Not Track” features of the browser used to access this Site. Different browsers use different methods to communicate such “Do Not Track” signals; the industry has not yet adopted a uniform method to do so. For this reason, our Site may not be able to interpret or respond to “Do Not Track” signals.
Your information may be stored on third-party data storage systems and, in those instances, Intercept requires those third parties to employ security practices and systems designed to protect the security of the information.
Intercept (and third parties acting on Intercept’s behalf) may use the information you submit to: (i) contact you; (ii) improve the Site; (iii) personalize your experience on the Site; (iv) comply with legal requirements; (v) provide you with information or services that you have requested; (vi) provide you with additional information that Intercept believes may be of interest to you; (vii) improve products and services; (viii) facilitate your contact with and access to support services; and (ix) identify individuals who have benefitted from or recommend our products and services. Any lists used to provide you information are designed to protect the privacy and security of your personal information. Intercept will use reasonable efforts to address all requests to remove names from any postal mail or email lists.
We may use or share aggregate data (information about our base of users in general, from which Personal Identifiable Information has been removed) for any purpose.
Because Intercept considers the personal information we maintain to be confidential, our policy is to disclose no personal information other than as we may inform you, including as described in this Policy, where such disclosure is required by law or is pertinent to a judicial or government action or investigation. In addition, Intercept may disclose information to third parties that assist Intercept in administering the Site and the communications made through the Site. Intercept does not otherwise sell or rent personal information to other persons or entities except as specifically disclosed at the point of collection.
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This Site may contain links to other websites, and we make every effort to link only to sites that share our high standards and respect for privacy. However, Intercept is not responsible for the content of or the privacy practices employed by those other sites, so we recommend that you read the privacy policies and terms associated with these third-party websites carefully.
Intercept does not knowingly collect any personal information (such as name, address, and telephone number) from children under 13 years of age through its Site. Intercept will specifically instruct children under 13 not to submit such information to this Site. We do not currently allow children under 13 to enroll in any support services accessible through information or forms provided on this Site. However, if the parent or guardian of a child under 13 believes that their child has provided us with personally identifiable information, that parent or guardian should contact us if they want this information deleted from our systems. If Intercept obtains knowledge that it has personally identifiable information about a child under 13 in retrievable form in its files, we will delete that information from our existing files. In addition, anyone under 18 years of age should seek his/her parent’s or guardian’s permission prior to using or disclosing any personal information on this Site.
We use certain security measures in an attempt to safeguard your personal and other information from unauthorized access or use. No such measure is ever entirely effective at all times, so we do not guarantee that your personal and other information will be secure from theft, loss, or unauthorized access or use, and we make no representation as to the reasonableness, efficacy, or appropriateness of the measures we use to safeguard such information.
California Civil Code Section 1798.83, also known as the “Shine the Light” law, permits California residents to request and obtain once a year, free of charge, information about the personal information (if any) that Intercept disclosed to third parties for direct marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year. If applicable, this information would include a list of the categories of personal information that was shared and the names and addresses of all third parties with which we shared information in the immediately preceding calendar year. If you are a California resident and would like to make such a request, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions or concerns about the way your Personally Identifiable Information is used and handled, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
What is the most important information I should know about OCALIVA?
OCALIVA may cause serious side effects including:
Worsening of liver problems, liver failure, in some cases leading to death, have happened in people with PBC with advanced liver cirrhosis when OCALIVA was taken more often than recommended.