*What information is HometownLawyers.net gathering about its visitors and how is it being used?*
When a visitor requests a page from within the www.HometownLawyers.net website, standard analytic software is used to provide a better customerexperience. No personally identifiable information is sought, collected orstored by visiting this website. There are two major purposes for this information. HometownLawyers.net has found it advantageous to observe visitor traffic in the aggregate, so that we can ensure maximum compatibility for the various browsers and operating systems that visit our site. This helps us generate greater amounts of visitor traffic. By analyzing visitation patterns, and referring URLs, we can strategically increase our exposure on the Internet.
When a website visitor decides to contact us though our website, we may also request e-mail address, name, company, position, location, web address, services you may be interested in and your comments for the purposes of conducting a survey, or by your request to have someone contact you for additional information. We maintain a strict “No Spam” policy that means we do not intend to sell, rent, or otherwise give your e-mail address to a third-party, without your consent.
In addition, HometownLawyers.net will not send you e-mail that you have not agreed to receive. If you wish to have specific communications with a member of the HometownLawyers.net staff, you will be required to provide specific information that will be routed to the appropriate contact within HometownLawyers.net.
*Will HometownLawyers.net disclose the information collected to Third Parties?*
We will disclose your personal information or any of its log file information when required by law or in the good-faith belief that such actions are necessary to: 1) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with a legal process served on HometownLawyers.net; 2) Protect and defend the rights or property of HometownLawyers.net, or visitors of www.HometownLawyers.net; 3) identify persons who may be violating the law, the legal notice, or the rights of third parties; and/or 4) cooperate with the investigations of purported unlawful activities.