Privacy Guidelines for NCLegal.com
Why a privacy guideline?
NCLegal.com does not require its users to register, or require its users to provide any identifying information before using any part of this site, so there are less privacy concerns in relation to this site as compared with others. Users may provide identifying information voluntarily using the web-based forms or by sending e-mail. This privacy guideline is provided because internet users generally feel more comfortable using a web site if they know if and how information is gathered by a web site and how the information is used.
What information does NCLegal.com collect
from users of this site?
Does NCLegal.com monitor activities (e.g., searches or page views) its users undertake at other web sites?
Does NCLegal.com share the information
provided using the web-based forms or e-mail with anyone besides the web
author and the web author’s law firm?
E-mail addresses provided are not shared with others. They are not sold to third parties or otherwise given to others for any sort of mailing list. Information provided by users using the web-based forms besides e-mail addresses may be shared with others. For example, suggestions of sites that should be indexed may be posted on the site. User's names will not be associated with comments provided without asking the user first.
How is the information provided using the
web-based forms or e-mail used?
The author of NCLegal.com plans to use the information provided to improve this site and to communicate with those who use the site. For example, information submitted (e.g., link suggestions and comments) may be posted on this site or otherwise used. As another example, periodic (but relatively infrequent) e-mails about changes in NCLegal.com and other aspects of NCLegal.com may, if time permits, be sent to those who supply their e-mail address (if a user does not wish to receive such e-mails, the user need only indicate such a wish and the user will be removed from the mail list).
Is this Policy Guideline statement a contract?
No. These guidelines may change from
time to time without notice. Please read these guidelines
each time you visit this site.