At CompuLaw, we know
how important personal privacy is to you. Based on our concern
in protecting the privacy of our customers, we have adopted the
1. Your Expectation of Privacy. CompuLaw recognizes that you expect
privacy and security for your personal information. We also understand
the need to safeguard sensitive information about you. Therefore,
we maintain standards designed to prevent misuse of such information.
2. Collection, Retention, and Use of Information about You. CompuLaw
collects, retains and uses information about you only where we
reasonably believe that it will help administer our business or
provide products, services and other opportunities to you. We collect
and retain information about you only for specific business purposes
and, we will tell you why we are collecting and retaining it upon
your request. We use information to (i) protect and administer
your account(s) and record(s), (ii) to comply with certain laws
and regulations, (iii) to help us design or improve our products
and services, and (iv) to better understand your needs so that
we can provide you with quality products and superior service.
CompuLaw collects information about you, including, but not limited
names, addresses, e-mail addresses, marketing data, and credit
card and billing data. CompuLaw aggregates the information it collects
and outside services such as Webtrends® to collect information
and track hits on this website.
3. Maintenance of Information. CompuLaw has procedures to help
assure that your information is accurate, current and complete,
in accordance with reasonable commercial standards. While some
of these procedures may be required by federal or state law, we
have implemented additional procedures to maintain accurate, current
and complete information, including processes to review and update
information and remove old information.
4. Limiting Access to Information. CompuLaw has procedures that
limit employee access to personally identifiable information to
those employees with a business reason to know such information
about you. We train our employees about the importance of confidentiality
and customer privacy through standard operating procedures and
other office policies.
5. Security Procedures. CompuLaw maintains security standards
and procedures to help prevent unauthorized access to our networks
and to confidential information about you. Although CompuLaw takes
appropriate measures to safeguard against unauthorized disclosures
of information, we cannot assure you that those standards and procedures
will always be effective or that personally identifiable information
that we collect will never be disclosed in a manner that is inconsistent
6. Disclosure Restrictions. CompuLaw does not reveal specific information
about your account(s), record(s) or other personally identifiable
data to parties outside our affiliated business partners, for independent
use, unless (i) you request or authorize it, (ii) the information
is provided to help complete a transaction initiated by you, (iii)
the information is provided to a reputable credit bureau or similar
information reporting agency, (iv) CompuLaw believes in good faith
that disclosure is required to (x) conform to applicable law or comply
with legal process served on CompuLaw or its customers, (y) protect
or defend the rights or property of Compulaw or its customers, or
(z) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety
of CompuLaw’s Website users, customers or the public, or (v)
the disclosure otherwise is lawfully permitted or required.
Except as otherwise provided above,
we do not provide account(s), record(s) or personal information
to non-CompuLaw companies or business affiliates for the purpose
of independent telemarketing or direct mail marketing.
7. Maintaining Your Privacy in Business Relationships with Our
Affiliated Business Partners. Sometimes it is necessary to provide
personally identifiable information about you to a party outside
of our company, such as to a vendor or service company that we
hire to perform services for us or to help us develop new products
and services. These vendors and service companies agree to safeguard
our confidential information about you and your products and services
with us and must abide by applicable law.
collect information about you. A cookie is a small data file that
most major web sites write to your hard drive for record keeping
purposes when you visit them. Cookies allow CompuLaw to measure
certain activities on its web site, such as remembering user passwords
and preferences. Cookies are used by CompuLaw to measure activity
on its website and make improvements and updates. CompuLaw does
was not originally sent in a cookie.
Except for personal information
voluntarily provided by you during, for example, registration,
CompuLaw does not use information transferred through cookies for
any promotional or marketing purposes. You may occasionally get
cookies from our advertisers, which is standard in the Internet
industry. CompuLaw does not control these cookies, and these cookies
are not subject to CompuLaw’s privacy policies. CompuLaw
uses Webtrends® to collect information about you, your browser,
your browser language, numerical IP address, domain type, your
service provider and other clickstream data.
9. Children and Privacy. No information should be submitted to
CompuLaw by you if you are under the age of 18 years without the
consent of your parent or guardian. Users under the age of 18 are
asked not to participate or access the CompuLaw website. CompuLaw
will not aggregate or use information about users under the age
COMPULAW RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE ITS PRIVACY POLICIES AT
ANY TIME BY POSTING A REVISED POLICY ONLINE. ALL PRIVACY POLICIES
ARE DATED WITH THE EFFECTIVE DATE (THE DATE ON WHICH THE POLICY
WAS POSTED TO THIS WEBSITE) BY ACCESSING AND BROWSING THIS WEBSITE,
YOU SIGNIFY YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH
THEN WE ASK THAT YOU DO NOT USE THIS WEBSITE.
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