I value the privacy of those who visit my web site and read my blogs. I hope that the following statement will help you understand how I collect, use and safeguard the personal information you provide to me on my web site and through my blogs:
- Types of information collected:
- Personal information that you provide to me on a voluntary basis.
- Information that your browser routinely shares with web sites.
- The site uses these types of tracking technology:
- Cookies, web beacons, and other similar technology devices that track movement across MassieLawPLLC.com
- Purpose of the use and disclosure of collected information:
- Improve MassieLawPLLC.com and the blog.
- Better understand my customers’ preferences to enable me to market my products and services.
- Security of MassieLawPLLC.com
- This policy only applies to MassieLawPLLC.com and my blog, and not to any links to other web sites.
- I use your personal information only for the purposes for which it is collected and retain your information as permitted by applicable law.
- I do not intend to collect information from children under age 13.
Details of the items presented above in the overview
Types of information collected:
Personal information that you provide
You do not need to provide me with any of your personal information if you simply want to browse the web site and blogs and learn more about Massie Law and the services I provide. If you choose, you can provide me with your personal information. For example, you can sign up for the e-mail newsletter and alerts. If you send me an e-mail, I will use your information to respond.
Information provided by your web browser
Like most other web sites, the site may record information that web browsers routinely share, such as browser type, browser language, software and hardware attributes, the date and time of visit, Internet Protocol address and the pages visited on this site. This will generally be data that is collected on an aggregate basis. I will not try to associate this data with the personal information that you also provide to us.
The site uses these types of tracking technology:
Tracking on MassieLawPLLC.com
The site may also use web beacons or similar technology. A web beacon (also known as an action tag, clear gif or pixel tag) is a 1×1 pixel image embedded in a web site page used to transparently collect information. For example, the site may use a web beacon to count the number of visits to the pages of the site. I may also use web beacons in e-mail messages so that I can track how many recipients opened the message or clicked on an included link.
Tools that help me collect demographic information about my visitors
Purpose of the use and disclosure of collected information
I will not sell, rent or loan your personal information to others for their marketing purposes. I will generally use the information that is collected to help operate MassieLawPLLC.com and blogs, to provide services that you have requested, and for my own marketing purposes. I will seek your consent before I use your personal information for any other purposes. The following discussions provide more specific details about my uses and disclosures of your information.
Your personal information
If you provide me with your personal information, I will use it to respond to your request and to market my services. For example, if you sign up for e-mail alerts, I will use your contact information to provide the requested alerts and communicate with your about my services. You can always choose to opt out of these messages at a later time.
Statistical analyses of aggregate data
When statistical information is used about the visitors to MassieLawPLLC.com and blog, it is on an aggregate basis. The information is used to gain a better understanding of my visitors and to improve MassieLawPLLC.com, blog, and product offerings.
Business operations, law enforcement and legal actions
I may release your information without prior notice when I believe it is appropriate
- to prevent fraud;
- to comply with law or to cooperate with law enforcement activity or other governmental request;
- to respond to subpoenas, court orders or administrative agency requests for information;
- to enforce company policies;
- to protect the rights, property and safety of our business and of others;
- or when required by law.
For example, I may share information with law enforcement to reduce the risk of fraud or if someone uses or attempts to use MassieLawPLLC.com for illegal reasons.
Security of MassieLawPLLC.com
I use commercially reasonable means to protect the integrity of MassieLawPLLC.com and blog and the confidentiality of the personal information that you provide. While I consider online security a priority, I cannot provide absolute assurances against breaches of confidentiality due to system failures or unauthorized access by third parties.
The online law office offered to clients and prospective clients by Total Attorneys provides clients the same protection used by online banking. Communications through the online law office are done over Secure HTTP, which provides you with the highest industry standard protection available on the web.
In order to use the online law office, you must first agree to the Terms and Conditions of Use Policy, register a username and password, and provide additional personal information. This information will be used during your interaction and any following transactions with Massie Law to provide transactional legal services. Your information may be provided to a third party in order to provide the service you requested and/or as is required by law. All other use of your personal information will be limited to your attorney/client relationship, if one is established, with Massie Law.
Third party web sites
Data integrity and retention
I use the information that is collected about you only for the purposes for which it is collected and consistent with this policy. I keep information provided to me for as long as i believe necessary for my business purposes and as permitted by applicable law.
Changes to this policy
My business and the laws that regulate me change from time to time, and I reserve the right to change this policy. If I do change this policy, I will post the revised version on this site. If I propose to change this policy in a way that would permit me to make additional uses of the personal information that I had previously collected about you, I will obtain your affirmative, express consent before using your information in a materially different way.
I will not knowingly collect personal information about children under the age of 13. If you are a parent who believes that I have collected information about a child under age 13, please contact me at Sammi@MassieLawPLLC.com with your child’s name and address, and I will be happy to delete the information I have about your child from our marketing records and provide information in accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.