CyberlawUSA.com created this Privacy Statement to demonstrate our commitment to Internet user’s privacy. The following policy discloses CyberlawUSA.com’s information collecting, use, and disclosure practices for our Web site. Our employees are required to follow our privacy policies. Those employees who violate our privacy policies are subject to disciplinary measures up to and including termination.
CyberlawUSA.com reserves the right to revise this Privacy Statement at any time at our discretion. Changes to our Privacy Statement will become effective upon posting to our Web site. CyberlawUSA.com will endeavor to notify current registered users of our services of changes in our Privacy Statement by sending an e-mail to their last known e-mail address. Changes with respect to current registered users will become effective upon transmission of the e-mail notifying them of such statement.
If you have any questions regarding our Privacy Statement and policies or your dealings with our Web site, please contact us.
CyberlawUSA.com collects different types of information in connection with the rendering of our services and the administration of our Web site. CyberlawUSA.com will not voluntarily disclose or sell any information gathered about our users (“Personal Information”) to third parties for solicitation or other reasons unless you consent, and except as otherwise provided below.
CyberlawUSA.com may from time to time approach its users regarding product, service, and other information, or offers which CyberlawUSA.com feels, based on your Personal Information, may be of interest to our users. If you do not wish to receive such information, you can contact us in the manner provided above. In addition, Personal Information may be released to third parties (i) if CyberlawUSA.com is required by law to comply with a legal requirement, such as a law, regulation, search warrant, subpoena, or court order; (ii) if release of such information is required in connection with the maintenance and administration or our site; (iii) in the very rare circumstance in which CyberlawUSA.com believes in good faith there is a threat to the physical security of one of our users or others. Although it is CyberlawUSA.com’s policy to attempt to require our third parties to whom CyberlawUSA.com provides Personal Information to comply with our privacy policies, CyberlawUSA.com cannot guarantee their compliance.
Our additional practices and policies with respect to our collection and usage practices are addressed as follows:
Online Surveys/Polls From time to time, CyberlawUSA.com Users may answer online surveys through the CyberlawUSA.com’s Web site. Our online surveys may ask visitors for contact information (such as their e-mail address). Our surveys are designed to obtain broad demographic information regarding our services and the desires and concerns of our customers and visitors.
Contests From time to time, USA Cyberlaw.com Users may participate in contests through the CyberlawUSA.com’s Web site. CyberlawUSA.com runs contests on our site in which CyberlawUSA.com may ask visitors for contact information (such as their e-mail address) and demographic information (such as their zip code, age, or income level).
Sharing Information with a Lawyer CyberlawUSA.com facilitates legal representation by bringing together lawyers and potential consumers of legal services. When a CyberlawUSA.com Affiliate Attorney responds to a specific legal question(s). While CyberlawUSA.com has done its best to find competent and able attorneys, each case, circumstance and situation is unique. CyberlawUSA.com is not responsible for the accuracy or content of any lawyer response to the above-mentioned question(s).
CyberlawUSA.com has set up its national affiliate program to assist users to find a lawyer that well versed in cyberlaw issues. The network is meant for referral only. Once a user has contacted an affiliate attorney, the attorney-client relationship belongs to those two parties. CyberlawUSA.com is not a part of that relationship nor does CyberlawUSA.com get paid or profit in any way from that specific relationship.
Public Forums Our Web site may contain chat rooms, forums, message boards, or news groups available to Users. Please remember that any information that is disclosed in these areas becomes public information, and that you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose your Personal Information. Representation information should not be disclosed in public forums.
Usage Tracking Our Web site automatically tracks certain information from Users. This information includes the URL that the User came from, what browser the User is using, and the User’s IP address. Many Web sites automatically collect this information. CyberlawUSA.com gathers and uses such information to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our Web site. As stated above, CyberlawUSA.com will not voluntarily disclose or sell any information gathered about our users (“Personal Information”) to third parties for solicitation or other reasons unless you consent, and except as otherwise provided above.
Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change this feature in your browser. The User is always free to decline our cookies if his or her browser permits, although in that case the service may be largely unusable.
Correspondence If a User sends us personal correspondence, such as e-mails or letters, CyberlawUSA.com may collect such information into a file specific to that User. Users should not send privileged or sensitive materials unless specifically directed, or granted permission, by CyberlawUSA.com or one of its affiliate attorneys.
Regulatory Issues Due to the existing regulatory environment, CyberlawUSA.com cannot ensure that all of a User’s private communications and other Personal Information will never be disclosed in ways not otherwise described in this Privacy Statement. By way of example (without limiting the foregoing), CyberlawUSA.com may be forced to disclose information to the government or third parties under certain circumstances, or third parties may unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private communications. Further, CyberlawUSA.com can (and you authorize us to) disclose any information about you to law enforcement or other government officials as CyberlawUSA.com, in our sole discretion, believe necessary or appropriate. Therefore, although CyberlawUSA.com believes CyberlawUSA.com uses industry standard practices to protect our Users’ privacy, CyberlawUSA.com does not promise that their personally identifiable information or private communications can remain private.
Security CyberlawUSA.com is aware of Internet User’s concerns about the privacy of their information. Our Web site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control. User information is stored on servers protected by firewall, system-level, and database-level security.
Only those employees of CyberlawUSA.com who require access to data concerning Users are granted access to the data (e.g., marketing product managers, system administrators, customer service representatives, and engineering personnel). Access to User data by employees is further limited by being solely available through a dedicated administrative interface and through use of a restricted user ID and password. In addition, every employee of USA Cyberlaw.com is required to sign CyberlawUSA.com’s standard Nondisclosure and Developments Agreement that requires employees to keep User data confidential. CyberlawUSA.com’s internal Web security policies are reviewed and revised on a regular basis.
International Information Personal data that you have voluntarily entered is delivered electronically to servers located in the United States. By using CyberlawUSA.com, you consent to the transfer of this data and to CyberlawUSA.com’s use of such data as outlined in this policy.
User’s Consent Users consent to the collection and use of their information as described herein. Users will be notified by e-mail in the event of any fundamental changes to the uses of information that are described herein.
Data Quality and Access In accordance with the Fair Information Practices defined by the U.S. government, CyberlawUSA.com encourages Users to correct any inaccuracies in personal information that has been previously provided to the Web site. Users may correct or update their information by sending an e-mail to us.
Feedback Users may provide feedback (e.g., input and suggestions) to CyberlawUSA.com regarding the CyberlawUSA.com’s Web site. Users providing feedback must provide their name and e-mail address. Any contact information entered when providing feedback will only be used to acknowledge or respond to that feedback. Users are encouraged to provide their input and suggestions by sending an e-mail to us .