Information Collection Practices
As a visitor to the CalCorp Site, you can engage in many activities without providing any personal information. Even if we do not collect personal information about you, we nevertheless may collect non-personally identifiable information about you such as your Internet Protocol (IP) address, your Internet host company (e.g., Comcast, Time-Warner or Verizon), your browser software (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Chrome), your software platform (e.g., Windows, Mac OS or Linux), the duration of your visit to the CalCorp Site, and the domain (e.g., .com, .net, or .org) of the site from which you arrived at the CalCorp Site. We may also aggregate such information about you with similar data collected from other users of the CalCorp Site. We use such information to help diagnose problems with our servers, administer the CalCorp Site, gather broad demographic information, and generate user statistics. We do not use such data to create or maintain a personal profile about you.
We also may collect information (using your IP address, "cookies," or other tracking technology) relating to the way you use the CalCorp Site, such as what pages you visit, what information you search for, what type of browser you are using and what actions you took on the CalCorp Site. However, this type of information is not associated with your personally identifiable information. Instead, we use this anonymous data to operate and improve the CalCorp Site and our services. A "cookie" is a small piece of information stored on your hard drive, not on the CalCorp Site, that enables our systems to recognize your browser. You are always free to decline our cookies if your browser permits, but in that case, some portions of the CalCorp Site may not operate properly. An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer when you use the Internet. In some cases, your IP address stays the same from browser session to browser session; but if you use a consumer internet access provider, your IP address probably varies from session to session.
Personally Identifiable Information
You may choose to provide David P. Horne, Attorney at Law with personally identifiable information (e.g., your name, physical address or e-mail address) in connection with subscribing to certain services offered through the CalCorp Site or through e-mailing us to provide feedback or otherwise. We use such personally identifiable information to provide the service for which you have subscribed and to respond to your comments and questions about our services and the CalCorp Site. We also use your personally identifiable information to contact you from time to time about us, the CalCorp Site, or our services. For example, we may use your personally identifiable information to send you alerts, invitations or firm announcements, or to inquire about your communication preferences.
Information Sharing Practices
California Do Not Track:
Our web services do not alter, change, or respond upon receiving Do Not Track (DNT) requests or signals in browsers. As described in more detail above, we track user activity using web server logs, cookies and similar technologies. Information collected in web server logs helps us analyze website usage and improve the user's experience. Cookies allow us to offer you a customized experience and present relevant advertising to you.
David P. Horne, Attorney at Law offers you the opportunity to choose not to receive communications from us. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please let us know by sending us an e-mail to email@example.com or making use of the "opt-out" mechanism in any communications we send to you. Please note that sometimes these requests may take up to ten (10) business days to process.
Accessing, Correcting, and Deleting Your Personally Identifiable Information
We retain your information at our discretion. If you would like to modify or delete from our database any personally identifiable information you previously submitted to David P. Horne, Attorney at Law, please let us know by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (please clearly state what personally identifiable information you would like modified or deleted). Please note that sometimes these requests may take up to ten (10) business days to process and that any personally identifiable information that we have copied may remain in back-up storage for some period of time after your request. We are not responsible for removing information about you from the databases of third parties to whom we were authorized to disclose your information prior to processing your removal request. Also, please note that we will maintain information about you in our database whenever we are required to do so by law.
Information You Make Public
When you use the CalCorp Site, you may be given an opportunity to post comments in public areas. If you choose to include any personally identifiable information in a comment or other post accessible to others, you do so at your own risk. David P. Horne, Attorney at Law is not responsible for the disclosure or use of any information that you choose to post or otherwise make available to others through the CalCorp Site. We have no obligation to keep that information private or to not use or display it ourselves.
David P. Horne, Attorney at Law uses a variety of security technologies and procedures to help protect your personally identifiable information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. Unfortunately, however, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your personally identifiable information, we cannot guarantee its security. You should protect against unauthorized use of your computer.
The CalCorp Site may contain links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of any such other site and urge you to review such practices prior to submitting any personal information to such websites.
The CalCorp Site is not intended for and may not be used by children under the age of thirteen (13). We do not knowingly collect information from children and we do not target the CalCorp Site to children.