Effective Date: August 07, 2019
- Collection of Personal and Personally Identifiable Information
Consumer Law may collect personal or personally identifiable information from you when you use the Website or its associated services, including but not limited to the Ask A Lawyer Form. This information may include, but is not limited to, your name, your phone number, your email address, your state, your city, your zip code, the category of law associated with your inquiry, textual information, your country, your bar number, your year of admission, your year(s) of practice, your IP address, your geolocation, your use of the website, and additional technical or analytics data (collectively “Personal Information”).
- Use of Personal Information
Consumer Law collects and processes your Personal Information on computers located within the Pakistan. Through your use of the Website, you provide your unequivocal consent to the collection and processing of your Personal Information in the Pakistan.
Consumer Law may share your Personal Information with third parties where it has obtained your consent, whether express or implied, with third party service providers to provide you with services initiated at your request, with Consumer Law’s parents, subsidiaries, successors, and assigns, and with Consumer Law’s business partners who offer services through or in association with the Website.
Except as otherwise stated herein, Consumer Law will not sell, transfer, or lease your Personal Information to any individual, business, or government entity except to: (1) respond to authorized information requests by government authorities; (2) to respond to a court order or subpoena; (3) to protect the employees, independent contractors, users, members, officers, directors, or shareholders of Consumer Law; or (4) to help prevent against fraud or the violation of any applicable law, statute, regulation, ordinance, or treaty.
The Personal Information that you provide to Consumer Law may be publicly displayed, whether on your profile page or through Consumer Law’s publication of Free Questions. You are solely responsible for the protection of any Personal Information that you submit to the Website, and you are advised to review that Personal Information before you submit it to the Website.
You acknowledge and agree that Consumer Law is not responsible for any third party links, content, or communications sent to you from entities or individuals that Consumer Law does not own or control. You are advised to review the privacy policies of third party websites.
- Accuracy of Information and Opportunity to Opt-Out
If you create an Attorney Account through the Website, you will have the opportunity to update the Personal Information associated with that Attorney Account. You may opt-out of Consumer Law’s collection of your Personal Information by deleting your Attorney Account and by ceasing your use of the Website.
You are responsible for ensuring that your Personal Information is accurate, current, complete, and relevant. You have an ongoing duty to inform Consumer Law of any changes in your Personal Information
- Protection and Storage of Personal Information
Consumer Law undertakes commercially reasonable efforts to help protect against the unauthorized disclosure of your Personal Information, including through the adoption of encryption protocols. Though Consumer Law takes the security of your Personal Information seriously, it cannot guarantee that its servers and Website will be completely secure. You provide any and all Personal Information at your own risk.
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