Privacy Policy


Last Updated: 23 October, 2019
This privacy policy explains to what extent eTreat Medical Diagnostics Inc. (*) (“eTreatMD”) collects and uses
information about users of LiveWith Arthritis and eTreat Acne (“eTreatMD Service”), where such users use the
eTreatMD-created servers and client.
Definition
“Personal Information” is information that you provide to us that personally identifies you, such as your name,
phone number, or email address.
“Non-Personal Information” is information that cannot by itself be directly associated with a specific person or
entity. Non-Personal Information includes but is not limited to your smartphone’s configuration and which web
browser you use.
“Potentially Personal Information” is information that is Non-Personal Information in and of itself but that could
be used in conjunction with other information to personally identify you. For example, Uniform Resource Locators
(“URLs”) (the addresses of web pages) and Internet Protocol (“IP”) addresses (the addresses of computers on the
internet) can be Personal Information when combined with internet service provider (“ISP”) records.
“Operational Data” means data regarding a user’s usage of LiveWith Arthritis and eTreat Acne, such as access
log data (such as data about when people access the service and with what piece of software). eTreatMD collects
Operational Data to help us ensure that we have sufficient capacity to meet user needs and otherwise to help with
the operations of LiveWith Arthritis and eTreat Acne.
“Report Data” Refers to data generated when a user creates a report using the eTreat Acne app. This data
includes the image used to create the report, which may be personally identifiable, and operational data.
“Usage Statistics” refers to the Non-Personal and Potentially Personal Information eTreatMD will use to
understand your use of the eTreatMD Service. Such information may include but is not limited to the amount of
data you are storing with the service, the frequency with which you access the service, bandwidth utilization, user
interaction data, and traffic shaping.
For clarity, Usage Statistics and Operational Data from your use of the eTreatMD Service are not stored with your
Personal Information. We take steps to aggregate or delete Operational Data and Usage Statistics after we no
longer need it, unless we are required by law to keep it longer.
Gathering, Use and Disclosure of Transmission Data
Account Information
Before you are able to use LiveWith Arthritis, you will be required to register. To register, the eTreatMD
Service will require the following Personal Information and Potentially Personal Information from you: a
username, first name, last name, country of residence, email address and password.
You are able to use eTreat Acne without registration, however we encourage you to register. Accounts that do not
register with the eTreatMD Service cannot be retrieved if the eTreat Acne app is deleted or the user loses access
to their device. To register, the eTreatMD Service will require the following Personal Information and Potentially
Personal Information from you: email address and password.
This registration data is transferred to eTreatMD using encryption called SSL and is used to provide services,
such as allowing us to help you recover your account if you lose your password. Your password is transferred to
eTreatMD using SSL encryption but is only retained by eTreatMD’s servers in an encrypted format (which means
that it is not practically feasible to recover the password from this format). Once you have registered, your
password is used to help prevent unauthorized access to your account.
Data Used to Provide the eTreatMD Service

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eTreatMD receives and uses the following information for the purpose of providing and improving the eTreatMD
Service: email, date and time of accessing the eTreatMD Service, and various operational data such as the type
of client OS version.
Disclosure to Third Parties
The eTreatMD Service will disclose your verified email address to a Web site of your choosing, only after you
have expressly consented to such disclosure. A Web site is allowed to request a verified email address, which
results in you being prompted about the site’s request. After you have agreed, the service may remember your
choice, so that you may remain signed-in on the site on subsequent visits.
eTreatMD will not otherwise knowingly disclose Personal Information or Potentially Personal Information to other
third parties, except when required to do so, such as in order to comply with any law, regulation, or valid legal
process, such as a search warrant, subpoena, statute, court order, or if necessary or appropriate to address an
unlawful or harmful activity.
What Data is Analyzed by eTreatMD?
eTreatMD uses the Usage Statistics to understand your use of the eTreatMD Service, unless you opt-in to share
more information with us for this purpose. In some cases we may use information we receive about you for
internal operations, including troubleshooting, data analysis, testing, product research and development, and
service improvement.
How Are the Usage Statistics Used?
eTreatMD will use the Usage Statistics gathered through the operation of the eTreatMD Service to improve our
products and services. By identifying aggregate patterns and trends in usage, eTreatMD and its community are
able to better design products and services to improve users’ experiences, both in terms of content and ease of
use.
Where is the Operational Data Available? eTreatMD is an open organization that believes in sharing as much
information as possible about its products, its operations, and its associations with its wider community. As such,
eTreatMD Service users should expect that eTreatMD will make all Usage Statistics publicly available at some
point. However, any publicly available Usage Statistics will only be reported on an aggregate, anonymous basis.
No Personal Information or Potentially Personal Information will be available in any of these public reports.
How is Report Data Used?
Report Data is used by research technicians at eTreatMD for technical product development such as developing
algorithms and machine learning models. Research technicians are trained in privacy protection and ethical
research practices as part of a strict quality management system. Additionally, no report data is ever shared with
external entities, unless explicit permission is granted in writing via a consent form.
Other Disclosures
In certain other limited situations, eTreatMD may disclose your Personal Information, such as when necessary to
protect our websites and operations (e.g., against attacks); to protect the rights, privacy, safety, or property of
eTreatMD or its users; to enforce our terms of service; and to pursue available legal remedies. Additionally,
eTreatMD may need to transfer Personal Information to an affiliate or successor in the event of a change of our
corporate structure or status, such as in the event of a restructuring, sale, or bankruptcy.
Service Providers
We work with third parties who provide services and content delivery networks and other services of an
administrative nature. We may share information about you with such third parties for the purpose of enabling
these third parties to provide such services.
Transfer of Data
eTreatMD is a global organization and operates in different countries. Privacy laws and common practices vary
from country to country. Some countries may provide for less legal protection of your personal data; others may
provide more legal protection. By using the eTreatMD Service, you consent to the transfer of the information
collected, as outlined by this Policy, to eTreatMD in Canada and to eTreatMD Cloud Servers located in Canada,
which may provide a lesser level of data protection than in your country of residence.
Data Retention
We will retain any information collected for the period necessary to fulfill the purposes outlined in this Policy
unless a longer retention period is required by law and/or regulations.
Privacy Policy Changes
eTreatMD may change this Privacy Policy from time to time. Each time you use the eTreatMD Service the current
version of this Privacy Policy will apply. Any and all changes will be reflected on this page. You should periodically
check this page for any changes to the current policy. To make your review more convenient, we will post an
effective date at the top of this page. Material changes will also be announced through the standard mechanisms
through which eTreatMD communicates with the LiveWith Arthritis and eTreat Acne community. It is your
responsibility to ensure that you understand the terms of this Privacy Policy.
What This Privacy Policy Doesn’t Cover
This policy does not apply to other eTreatMD websites, products, or services. It also does not apply to your use of
third-party clients or use of non-eTreatMD servers. If you choose to use a third-party client or servers provided by
an entity other than eTreatMD, this policy does not apply and eTreatMD assumes no liability whatsoever for such
products or services.
For More Information
You may request access, correction, or deletion of Personal Information or Potentially Personal Information, as
permitted by law. We will seek to comply with such requests, provided that we have sufficient information to
identify the Personal Information or Potentially Personal Information related to you. Any such requests or other
questions or concerns regarding this Policy and eTreatMD’s data protection practices should be addressed to:
eTreat Medical Diagnostics Inc. Attn: Legal
Notices – Privacy 1100-555 W Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC V6B 4N6
E-mail: support@etreatmd.com