E-mails, Cell Phones, Computers and Faxes: It is very important to be aware that computers and unencrypted e-mail, texts, and e-faxes communication can be relatively easily accessed by unauthorized people and hence can compromise the privacy and confidentiality of such communication. E-mails, texts, and e-faxes, in particular, are vulnerable to such unauthorized access due to the fact that servers or communication companies may have unlimited and direct access to all e-mails, texts and e-faxes that go through them. While data on FGTC providers’ laptops is encrypted; e-mails and e-fax are not. It is always a possibility that e-faxes, texts, and email can be sent erroneously to the wrong address and computers. FGTC providers’ laptops are equipped with a firewall, a virus protection and a password, and providers back up all confidential information from their computers on a regular basis onto an encrypted hard-drive. Also, be aware that phone messages are transcribed and sent to FGTC providers via unencrypted e-mails. Please notify your FGTC provider if you decide to avoid or limit, in any way, the use of e-mail, texts, cell phones calls, phone messages, or e-faxes. If you communicate confidential or private information via unencrypted e-mail, texts or e-fax or via phone messages, FGTC will assume that you have made an informed decision, and will view it as your agreement to take the risk that such communication may be intercepted, and FGTC will honor your desire to communicate on such matters. Initial below if you consent to communicate by email, text and voicemail. Please do not use texts, e- mail, voice mail, or faxes for emergencies.