FederalEvidence.Com Privacy Policy

Overview

1.0 Introduction
2.0 User Consent
3.0 How FederalEvidence.com Uses Information a User Supplies in Online Order Forms and Registration
4.0 Links to Other Sites
5.0 Removing User Information
6.0 Amendments or Changes to FederalEvidence.com Privacy Policy
7.0 Contacting Us
8.0 Requests for Information-Sharing Disclosure
9.0 Other Information Collection Information
10.0 Effective Date

1.0 Introduction

FederalEvidence.com uses the information it collects to process subscription orders to the Federal Evidence Review and to assess and change features on it's web site so that a user will find it a useful supplement for researching and learning about recent developments in evidence in the federal courts. Because we value our users’ privacy, this privacy statement explains how the Website for the Federal Evidence Review (FederalEvidence.com) gathers information and protects a user’s privacy. In general, FederalEvidence.com does not nnd to disclose information about site users for commercial purposes to any person or organization outside of FederalEvidence.com, and FederalEvidence.com does not rent or sell customer lists.

2.0 User Consent

By using the FederalEvidence.com website, a user consents to the collection and use of the following information by FederalEvidence.com.:

2.1 User Browsing Patters

When a user connects or downloads information from this site, the sever that hosts this site may collect and store information about the visit. This information helps measure the number of users of different parts of the site, analyze trends, administer the site, and assist in making the site more accessible to users. Such information includes:

2.1.1 The user’s IP Address;
2.1.2 The domain name from which the user connected to FederalEvidence.com, including browser type and ISP address;
2.1.3 The date and time the user accessed FederalEvidence.com;
2.1.4 The internet address of the website from which the user linked to FederalEvidence.com;
2.1.5 The number of clicks made by user across FederalEvidence. com.

2.2 Subscriber Information

If a user decides to subscribe to the Federal Evidence Review, we may also collect the:

2.2.1 User's name,
2.2.2 Email address,
2.2.3 Mailing or billing address,
2.2.4 Billing phone number
2.2.5 Credit card information (such as number and expiration date).

This allows us to process and fulfill the user's subscription order, to bill the user for the Federal Evidence Review subscription, and to notify the user of subscription status and renewal, and other updates concerning the subscription. Subscribers may also have an opportunity to register with FederalEvidence.com, by providing the information listed in 2.3(Site Registration). However, site registration is not a requirement for the purchase of a subscription to Federal Evidence Review or other product or service from FederalEvidence.com.

2.2.6 Order Protection: When you subscribe online to the Federal Evidence Review, we currently use Google Checkout for credit card transactions. Google Checkout was selected for processing Federal Evidence Review orders because of its use of a secure server to protect your sensitive information. The secure server software encrypts all information you input before it is sent. Your information is used by FederalEvidence.com to process and send orders, bill credit cards and to contact you if necessary. In retaining any personal information submitted by the user, we use reasonable efforts to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, or accidental loss or destruction. Any other communications you have with FederalEvidence.com through email or postal mail may not be secure unless FederalEvidence.com advises you that security measures are in place prior to sending information by those means. If you choose to communicate with FederalEvidence.com through these other means, you are assuming the risk of doing so.

2.3 Site Registration

If a user decides to register with FederalEvidence.com to receive updates to the web site, alerts about significant evidence cases and other evidence developments, or information and materials on evidence and legal issues that we are covering, the user will be placed on an e-mail list. For inclusion on the list, users may be asked to provide:

2.3.1 Name,
2.3.2 Postal address,
2.3.3 E-mail address and
2.3.4 Other pertinent administrative information as to the types of updates and contact desired from FederalEvidence.com (e.g., such as frequency of updates, scope of update, etc.).

2.3.5 Opting Out Of Further Services: If the user registers with this site, the user may be provided occasional information about other FederalEvidence.com publications or services or other promotional materials that may be of interest. However, FederalEvidence.com will not provide this information if the user notifies the site that the user does not wish to receive these announcements. In addition, users will generally receive an opportunity on the transmission of this information to opt out of receiving any further information.

2.3.6 Information about those who register and their usage of FederalEvidence.com is not shared with third parties for targeted marketing purposes, nor does FederalEvidence.com disclose any information about any registrant's usage of its services, other than to enforce the terms of the FederalEvidence.com site license or as required by law.

2.4 Comments

Information provided through the Contact Page may be retained so that an appropriate response may be made if appropriate.

2.5 E-Mails to FederalEvidence.com

A user of FederalEvidence.com who provides an identification by sending an e-mail can expect the address to be retained so that the user can be contacted. In general, an e-mail is not secure against interception and if any communication is sensitive or includes personal information, the sender might consider an encryption arrangement with FederalEvidence.com or sending the communication by U.S. Post Office or by other postal delivery service.

3.0 How FederalEvidence.com Uses Information a User Supplies in Online Order Forms and Registration

3.1 User Lists
FederalEvidence.com does not sell or rent customer lists.

3.2 Required Disclosure
The parties who perform services for FederalEvidence.com, such as credit card processors, merchant banks, our Internet Service Providers, may also have access to user information in performing its services. FederalEvidence.com may disclose personal information if legally required to do so or if necessary to comply with legal process served on FederalEvidence.com, to protect FederalEvidence.com rights or property, or to take emergency action to protect the personal safety of users of the FederalEvidence .com website or the public.

4.0 Links to Other Sites

The FederalEvidence.com website links to other sites that might be of interest to users. The user should consult the privacy policies posted on linked sites to confirm that the site’s privacy policies are acceptable. FederalEvidence.com is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of linked sites, nor does this Privacy notice apply to those linked web sites .

5.0 Removing User Information

If a user gives FederalEvidence.com contact information over this web site, and subsequently desires to have that information removed from FederalEvidence.com's database, the user may make this request on a Contact Form and we shall remove it. If the user wishes to access or delete information provided to FederalEvidence.com, the user may send this request by email also using the Contact Form

6.0 Amendments or Changes to FederalEvidence.com Privacy Policy

6.1 Notice of Changes
If FederalEvidence.com changes its privacy policy, it will post the changes as an amendment to this privacy policy.

6.2 Opting Out of Changes
Because Internet technologies evolve rapidly, privacy policy changes could include use of user information for new, unanticipated uses not previously disclosed in this privacy statement. If FederalEvidence.com information practices change, FederalEvidence.com will post and highlight the policy changes on this privacy policy page to enable users the opportunity to opt out of the new data uses.

7.0 Contacting Us

FederalEvidence.com welcomes questions, comments or suggestions about these privacy guidelines in general and about protection of user privacy in particular. You can reach us in any of the following ways:

7.1 Email: See our contact page

7.2 Fax: (571) 312-5642 (not a toll-free number)

7.3 Regular Mail:
Federal Evidence Review (FederalEvidence.com)
Attn: Privacy Policy
P.O. Box 6883
Arlington, VA 22206

8.0 Requests for Information-Sharing Disclosure

At the request of the user to an address listed in 7.0, we will make available to the user a disclosure of any companies by type (such as subsidiaries and affiliates), marketing partners, market research companies, advertisers, data aggregators that we supply personal information to. As of the date of this privacy policy, FederalEvidence.com does not share personal information with other companies for marketing purposes unless the user consents.

9.0 Other Information Collection Information

9.1 Children Under 13
No user under 13 should disclose information on this site. FederalEvidence.com does not intend to collect individually identifiable information from a child under 13, nor is FederalEvidence.com directed or targeted at providing services or information to children under 13. While some may suggest that some lawyers may act as if they are under 13 years of age, the FederalEvidence.com site and services are directed at the legal practitioner seeking to learn or keep up with developments in the federal law of evidence.

10.0 Updated:

January 1, 2014

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