This site, Higgs Law, includes as part of its mission the constant effort to build users’ trust and confidence in the Internet by promoting principles of fair information practices. Because Higgs Law wants to demonstrate its commitment to respecting your privacy, we have agreed to disclose our information practices. You can expect to be notified of:
- What personally identifiable information is collected
- How the information is used
- With whom the information will be shared
- This site’s opt-out policy
- This site’s policy on correcting, updating or deleting personally identifiable information
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INFORMATION GATHERED / USE OF THE INFORMATION
The Higgs Law Web site uses online forms for users to request information, demos and announcements about Higgs Law solutions and services. When you fill out these forms, you may be asked to provide personal information such as name, address, email, and phone number. This information will only be used by Higgs Law to contact you in regard to your specific request.
One exception is the “Send Site to a Friend” feature. The Send Site to a Friend feature of the website sends a copy of your email and contact information to the company that built and maintains this website, RosArt Multimedia, who use the information for market research and abuse monitoring. The information is kept indefinitely. The information gathered is not used in any other ways and is not shared with third parties.
The Higgs Law Web site is not directed at children under 13 years of age, and children under 13 years of age should not use the Web site or services offered by this site to submit any identifiable information about themselves.
Higgs Law uses a feature of your browser called a “cookie” to assign a “User-ID”. Cookies by themselves, cannot be used to determine the identity of any user. Your User-ID automatically identifies your computer – but not you – to our servers when you visit our site. Unless you specifically tell us, Higgs Law will never know who you are, even though we assign your computer a cookie.
Higgs Law uses anonymous data gathered in our Web site’s log files such as IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our Web site.
Our online surveys ask visitors for contact information (like email address). Users may opt-out of receiving future mailings; see the choice/opt-out section below.
With the exception of the “Send Site to a Friend” feature, the information gathered on the site is treated as Higgs Law internal information and is not shared with anybody outside of Higgs Law. Higgs Law will never willfully disclose personally identifiable information collected on its Web site to any third party, without that person’s permission (again, an exception is made for the “Send Site to a Friend” feature).
OPT OUT POLICY
The site provides users the opportunity to opt out of submitting personal information to Higgs Law at the point where Higgs Law requests information about the visitor. You can always decline to provide personal information to Higgs Law.
You are in control of how Higgs Law employs cookies. You can prevent Higgs Law from establishing a unique User-ID. You can do this by choosing to disable or be notified about cookies. Higgs Law recommends that you visit either Mozilla or Microsoft’s cookie FAQ’s to do this.
DELETING AND DEACTIVATING / CORRECTING AND UPDATING
If you want to have your personal information changed or deleted from the Higgs Law database, please contact us: click here. Note that emails sent using the “Send Site to a Friend” feature will not be deleted.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
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