Privacy-Policy

Domain Name Lawyers is strongly committed to the privacy of its users. We know privacy is of concern to most Internet users; therefore we want to communicate the privacycircumstances under which we might collect information and how we may use any information you provide us. This privacy policy sets out the information and data collected, the purpose of its collection and the people with whom we might reveal that data.

  1. 1. To electronically communicate with Domain Name Lawyers, you submit your name and email address. We will not sell or rent your email address to anyone. We will not reveal your contact without your permission.

  2. 2. Your initial contact to Domain Name Lawyers does not constitute an attorney/client relationship. Therefore, you should not provide specific details about possible litigation to Domain Name Lawyers until we have determined there is no legal conflict with a potential relationship. We will need to know your name and the name of possible litigants to determine whether there is a legal conflict.

  3. Domain Name Lawyers will not share, sell or otherwise reveal data of our clients except in the event of suspected fraud. In which case, we may share any and all data collected with those whom we believe are the appropriate authorities.

  4. 3. We review our site statistics from time to time. This data tells us the number of users visiting the site each day and if they were referred by another web site. Typically the statistics we review do not allow for identification of individual users, though it might tell us the originating ISP's of users. Should we obtain this information through our statistics program, we do not retain it and will not share this information with any outsiders except as specified under paragraph six (6) below.

  5. We review site statistical information to make sure each of our site pages are relevant, useful and render correctly. We like to know which pages are most beneficial and which are not being frequently used so that we may continue to provide the best content in areas of interest to site visitors.

  6. 4. In the future, Domain Name Lawyers may develop a newsletter for our clients and those people visiting the site who opt to receive the newsletter.  We may send one announcement to our current clients to inform them of the start of such a newsletter or other new services which we implement in the future, but we will not send continual email or newsletters to anyone who does not actually submit a "subscribe" type message or other similar request

  7. 5. Domain Name Lawyers does not use cookie technology at this time.  We do not leave cookies on your computer; we do not collect data from or attempt to access your computer.
    If you have any questions or concerns about our privacy policy, we invite you to contact us.

  8. 6. Any information about a web site visitor privacycoming into our possession will not be sold, traded or given to anyone other than security experts and/or law enforcement or those we hire to assist us in protecting our site property. The only reason for our revealing information to these entities would be because:

  • For one reason or another we are compelled under law to provide this information;
  • You have given us an expressed written request to share information to specific people in order to assist you in some way;
  • Someone attempts to gain unauthorized access to our web site and/or servers, deface web pages, send Spam to our users, servers of the computers of visitors to the site, etc. In this case, we are committed to quickly revealing any and all data available to law enforcement, our security personnel, those that maintain our servers; and/or security experts.
  • We become aware of potentially criminal or harassing behavior by a web site visitor.

This privacy policy applies to the web site of DomainNameLawyers.com

 

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