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Ordering – concerns about internet security and privacy
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Contact information given when ordering publications is stored securely electronically and/or on paper. You may request a copy of this information by contacting us in writing.
Posting comment online
The Q and A service include the option to post comments.
This is a chance to give your own perspective and experience. It is a chance to develop an interactive discussion.
- All comments are moderated by one of the advocates employed by i-Base.
- We aim to moderate comments every week, often this is more frequent.
- Comments that are not related to the original post may be posted as new questions.
- Please only include information that you are happy to be read online by anyone.
- Unless stated otherwise, all comments are from non-medical professionals.
- Please share your personal experience in comments – this is part of the reason that comments are available.
- When not posting about your own personal experience, if possible, please include a reference for any other sources of information.
- Comments may be edited for clarity, style or meaning.
- We reserve the right not to post information that is misleading or inaccurate.
- Abusive comments, spam or commercial advertising will not be posted online. Please be honest and post respectful comments.
- If you are unhappy about a comment you have posted, please email us if you would like it removed.
- The guidelines are based on those for an HON code forum that also suggest ways to make your post relevant and friendly.
This policy applies only to the HIV i-Base website, not to sites visited by following hypertext links.
HIV i-Base is the sole owner of the information collected on this web site. The web server hosting the HIV i-Base web site is located in the UK and is not mirrored in any other country.
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Last updated: 4 July 2015