The Policy applies to lawplicity.com. We control, operate, and administer this website from inside the United States.
2.1 We collect what you provide
“Personal information” is the information that identifies you as an individual. Personal information means “personally identifiable information,” as defined by California Business and Professions Code Section 22577.
When you provide personal information to us, we collect it. This includes, but is not limited to, when you contact us with a question or concern, when you send us a payment, when you consent or request or sign up to receive marketing communications, or when you call or email or otherwise contact us.
Thus, the type of information we collect, includes, but is not limited to:
2.2 The Information Automatically Collected
Google Analytics is utilized to collect aggregated information that does not necessarily identify you. When a you or any user visits lawplicity.com, we receive certain information, by way of example, your computer’s internet protocol (IP) address, your operating system type, your browser type, our website pages visited by you, addresses of referring websites, and your geographic location.
2.3 Google Analytics
It is important to note that Google Analytics utilizes cookies to collect and analyze aggregated information about lawplicity.com. What are cookies? They are text files forwarded or sent by a website and stored on your browser while visiting a website. They can track how a user uses a website and helps provide information to a site to remember a user’s preferences. Some web browsers accept cookies automatically, if you do not want to receive cookies, you have the option to change your cookie preferences through the options available in your web browser. Please note, by opting out of receiving cookies, you may not be able to use all of the features of lawplicity.com.
Here is some additional information if you like to learn more:
3.1 Provision and Improvement of Services
Your information helps us determine the services you like us to provide. Your information also helps us understand how you or our users access or use our website.
3.2 Communications With You
Your personal information is used to communicate with you when you contact us or when we are providing services to you, or to provide you with marketing information. If you do not want to receive marketing communications, you may opt out by following the directions in paragraph 7 below.
3.3 Processing Payments
We use LawPay®, our preferred payment vendor. We also may use PayPal® upon request by you. If you agree to use one of the services, we use your personal information to provide either vendor the information necessary to facilitate the payment process.
For your convenience, our website includes a link to LawPay®, our payment vendor. If you choose to use this payment feature, we use your personal information to provide LawPay® with the information necessary to process your payment.
4.1 Shared with Third Party Services Providers
Your information may be shared with third parties to help facilitate services required, such as processing payments, providing technical services, fulfilling a service requested by you, or performing marketing communications or related activities. Note, the third-party service providers are only authorized to use your personal information to the extent necessary to perform functions required and may not be used for any other purpose. Your personal information will never be sold, leased, or rented to third parties for independent use without your express consent or permission.
4.1.1 Payment Processing
All payment information submitted and/or received via LawPay®or PayPal® are processed by the respective websites, and subject to their own policies and terms. You are encouraged to review their privacy policies at laypay.com and paypal.com. In addition, both vendors provide receipts of each transaction, which include, by way of example, your name, contact information, and the method of payment.
4.2 Our Social Media Accounts
4.3 To Comply With The Law
If we have a good faith belief that the law requires us to access, preserve, use, or disclose your personal information, or that it is reasonably necessary to detect, prevent, and address security, technical, or fraud issues, we will act accordingly.
4.4 Business Use
We reserve the right to access, preserve, use, or disclose your personal information to protect the rights of our business, our properties, our employees, and others, or to enforce our billing or contract(s) with you.
If lawplicity is involved in a merger, acquisition, sale, dissolution or other change in ownership, your personal information may be among the transferred business assets.
This website is not directed or intended for use by children under 18. When we become aware that a child under the age of 18 has provided us with personal information, we will take steps to delete that information.
This website currently does not have the capability to respond to “DO NOT TRACK” signals received from web browsers. For more information about Do Not Track, please visit https://allaboutdnt.com/.
We want to provide you with the choice to manage how we collect and use your personal information. You can opt-out of certain email communications by contacting us directly or responding to our email communications and decide whether you want to receive our emails, postal mails, or telephone calls, or to request access to, correct, or delete your personal information.
Please be aware that we may be unable to delete certain information if we are required by law to preserve it.
We are very concerned about the safety of your confidential information. Please note, there is no method of transmitting information over the Internet or storing electronic information that is completely secure. Thus, we cannot guarantee that your personal information is absolutely secure.
We will respond within a reasonable amount of time.