“we” or “us” here mean Dentists.com.sg and its affiliates and subsidiaries, which provide services to customers; and “you” means the user and/or customer of the Website.
The Website also uses persistent cookies to personalise the user experience, to help protect our members and to provide us with research information (for example what types of browsers are used to visit the Website). Persistent cookies give us the ability to track users on the Website and in cases of abuse, help us identify and prevent these users from doing anything malicious.
How Your Information May Be Shared
We will never sell nor rent your personal information. We may release personal information under the following circumstances:
- Where release is required by law (for example, when ordered by the courts) or regulation or is requested by a government agency;
- Where our records indicate a company or an individual may be engaged in fraudulent activity or other deceptive practices that a governmental agency should be made aware of;
- To our affiliates and subsidiaries (some of which may be based outside of Singapore) who may use and disclose your information for the same or similar purposes as us.
- To facilitate the sale or other disposition of our business.
- For carrying out marketing and products analysis and marketing our and our affiliates’ or subsidiaries’ products and services.
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The Website is not liable for failure to perform the its obligations if such failure is as a result of Acts of God (including fire, flood, earthquake, storm, hurricane or other natural disaster), war, invasion, act of foreign enemies, hostilities (regardless of whether war is declared), civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, military or usurped power or confiscation, terrorist activities, nationalisation, government sanction, blockage, embargo, labor dispute, strike, lockout or interruption or failure of electricity or telephone service.
If one party asserts Force Majeure as a reason for the inability to perform the party’s obligation, then the nonperforming party must prove that the party took reasonable steps to minimize delay or damages caused by foreseeable events, that the party substantially fulfilled all non-excused obligations, and that the other party was timely notified of the likelihood or actual occurrence of an event described in the Force Majeure clause.
Updates to our information practices