Corporation's Privacy Statement  
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     TheLaw.Net Corporation (TLN) maintains high standards for the protection of privacy over the Internet and otherwise. This statement explains the types of information TLN obtains about our clients and visitors to our website, how information is obtained, how it is used, and how visitors and clients can restrict its use or disclosure.

     The only information TLN obtains about individual visitors to our website is information supplied voluntarily by the visitor. This means that you can visit our website without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. Our web servers automatically recognize a visitor’s domain name and IP address, the web page from which a visitor enters our site, which pages a visitor visits on our site, and how much time a visitor spends on each page. This information does not reveal a visitor’s identity.

     You can choose to provide individually identifiable information to TLN in a number of ways through our website - by ordering a subscription from us, sending us e-mail, or entering a contest. When visitors use our website to subscribe or to request information about our services, we may use the individually-identifiable information as we would use the same information obtained off-line - for example, to evaluate your needs and contact you regarding services or products you may find useful.

     Our site’s subscription form asks users to give us contact information (such as name and email address) and financial information (such as account or credit card numbers). Contact information from the order form is used to send orders to our clients. The client’s contact information is used to get in touch with the visitor when necessary. Financial information that is collected is used to check the users’ qualifications and bill the user for products and services. We use client contact information from the registration form to send the user information about our company. You have the right to choose not to receive this information by notifying us of your preference. We do not sell or disclose individually identifiable information obtained on-line about our visitors, to anyone unless you specifically authorize it or we are required by law to do so. TLN may use email to communicate with its clients, to respond to visitors’ emails, to confirm orders placed online, and to send information that a visitor has requested. If you receive an unwanted email from us, you can simply use the reply feature on your browser to ask us not to send you future emails. In the body of your reply, simply ask us to remove you from our list.

     TLN does not use “cookies.”  Cookies are lines of text that are transmitted to your web browser when you click on a site. You can check your hard drive for cookie files, on the “cookies.txt” file on your PC’s hard drive; or under “magic cookies” on a Macintosh.

     TLN is committed to safeguarding client privacy. We require our employees to protect the privacy of information about our clients and expect our partners and suppliers to do so as well. You can feel confident that your individually identifiable information will be protected when you access your account or order services from us over the Internet or otherwise. We employ security measures to safeguard your transactions with us.

     TLN strives to ensure that the information we obtain and use about clients is accurate. To that end, we ask you to please notify us if you find an error in your bill or anywhere else.  Clients have access to their account information via our bills or via any other type of contact with us. TLN’s service representatives are trained to answer any questions about the information we have about you, including how to correct any inaccuracies in that information.

     The TLN website contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the content or the privacy practices employed by other sites.

     To improve the services it can offer you, TLN may opt to expand its capabilities for obtaining information about users in the future. TLN will update this privacy statement continually to ensure that you are aware of developments in this area.

     Questions regarding this statement should be directed to our Privacy Officer at the following email address: Privacy <>

     TLN has adopted Privacy Principles that state our commitment and define our policy on safeguarding client privacy. These Principles apply to our use of “individual information,” which is information about specific clients acquired through our doing business with them. Information that does not reveal a client’s identity is not individual client information, nor is information we may have acquired other than in the course of doing business with our clients. For example, “aggregated information,” such as the number of clients who have purchased our products or the number of users to access a Web site in a particular day, does not raise privacy concerns and is not covered by these Principles.

     Principle 1: TLN obtains and uses individual information for business purposes only. We obtain information about our clients, which helps to provide them with TLN services. This information may also be used to maintain good client relations. We may ask clients questions to better serve their special needs and interests. Access to databases containing client information is limited to employees who need it to perform their jobs—and they follow strict rules when handling that information.

     Principle 2: TLN informs clients how information TLN obtains about them is used, as well as their options regarding its use. TLN discloses to clients the types of information we obtain about clients, how and when it is used, when it might be disclosed, the stringent measures we employ to protect it, and ways the client can restrict the use or disclosure of that information.

     Principle 3: TLN gives clients opportunities to control how and if TLN uses individual information about them to sell them products and services. Clients can control how we use their individual information to introduce them to new products and services.  We don’t care about your individual information except insofar as we need it to do business with you.

     Principle 4: TLN enables clients to control how and if TLN discloses individual information about them to other persons or entities, except as required by law. Subject to legal exceptions, TLN will only share individual client information with persons or entities outside the company when the client has consented, or when we have advised the client of the opportunity to “opt-out” (to choose not to have the information disclosed). An example of when TLN would disclose individual client information to an outside entity is when TLN is served with valid legal process such as a search warrant, subpoena or court order for client information or when we believe in good faith that the law requires doing so. We are committed to ensuring that all TLN employees, agents and contractors comply with these Privacy Principles.

     Principle 5: TLN is committed to ensuring that the information we obtain and use about clients is accurate. To that end, we strive to verify that our client records are correct. Clients who find an error in their bills or elsewhere are encouraged to notify TLN.

     Principle 6: All TLN employees are responsible for safeguarding individual client communications and information. We strive to assure that information we have about our clients is accurate, secure and confidential, and to ensure that our employees comply with our privacy policy. We never tamper with, intrude upon or disclose the existence or contents of any communication or transmission, except as required by law or the proper management of our business. Access to databases containing client information is limited to employees who need it to perform their jobs and they follow strict guidelines when handling that information. We encourage our employees to be proactive in implementing and enforcing the Company’s privacy policies.

     Principle 7: TLN complies with all applicable privacy laws and regulations wherever it does business. Client and policymaker perceptions of privacy have changed over time and will continue to do so. Changes in technology can also alter what is appropriate in protecting privacy. Laws may also change.  We will regularly examine and update our Privacy Principles.

     Principle 8: TLN is responsible for implementing these Principles and informing clients and employees about its privacy practices, developing additional privacy policies and procedures if needed, and informing its employees of the policies and training them in the proper procedures. TLN requires any vendors and consultants we hire, as well as suppliers and contractors, to observe these privacy rules with respect to any of our clients’ individual client information. They must abide by the Principles when conducting work for us, and they will be held accountable for their actions. 
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