- The information we collect
We collect information from individual users of this site, our partner sites, and advertising channels. This information is collected both directly and automatically.
- Directly collected information
We may directly collect personal information you intentionally provide. Information of this type could be obtained through your registering for one of our events or giveaways, a standard ‘Contact form,’ posted comments made in a forum or blog, signing up for a mailing list, or from participation in events. Events may include those we host, co-sponsor, or simply feature on our site. Information we collect may include any or all of the following:
- You name, title, and/or company name.
- Contact details such as a mailing address, email address, or telephone/mobile number.
- Preferences for future contact (type, frequency, location).
- Your reasons for visiting our site(s) and related interests.
- Your business affiliations.
- For purposes of staffing and catering related to events we may ask for dietary restrictions, and related information.
- Information directly or subjectively related to your inquiry/request.
- Automatically collected information
- How your personal information is used
Personal information provided and collected is used to respond to your requests. It’s also used throughout the routine course of business processes. Specifically, information (which includes personal information) collected online is used in the following ways:
- Providing legal support and services.
- Crafting responses to your requests.
- Constructing mailing lists, newsletters, and other direct marketing materials.
- Collating analytics for improvements.
- Preventing misuse and protecting our legal rights.
- Complying with social and legal obligations
- Conducting business operations, including accounting, record keeping, etc.
- Improving our business services through anonymized information.
- Disclosure of personal information
All information collected or provided to us may be shared and processed by Full Throttle Law and its subsidiaries/partners. Your personal information is not sold to outside firms/companies, nor shared with third parties outside of Full Throttle Law businesses. Your information is not provided or sold for external marketing purposes.
These select categories of third parties may have personal information shared to them:
- Data hosting and software/technology service providers to whom we outsource such services.
- Professional advisers, such as accountants and SEO consultants.
- Government and/or regulatory authorities.
- Indemnity insurers.
- Regulatory bodies such as tax authorities and/or corporate registries.
Otherwise, personal information may be disclosed to additional third parties when the meeting the following criteria:
- Business transfers
The sale or transfer of our assets, as part of a merger, restructuring or acquisitions of any or all parts of our business, bankruptcy, or similar event. This includes due diligence conducted prior to such transfers and related events where permitted by law.
- Legally required
In the case of a legal responsibility such as in response to a court order or subpoena.
- To protect our rights
When and where deemed necessary to comply with legal requests (as above), to respond to claims and assertions against us, purposes of fraud prevention, enforce or administer terms and agreements, investigations including risk assessment, and to protect the property, safety and rights of COMPANY including our clients and customers.
Aggregate and de-identified information may also be shared with third parties for purposes of analytics, marketing, research, and other purposes. This withholding is provided that such information does not serve to identify any specific individual.
- Cookies and similar tools
Cookies and other networking tools are used by to gather information about your usage of digital assets connected to our sites by us and our service providers.
Cookies are transferred to your computer through your web browser for purposes of record-keeping. These alphanumeric identifiers enable a faster log-in process and give you easier navigation through our Site. Other cookies track your activities while using our Site. You web browsers will either automatically accept cookies, or prompt you to accept or not accept them when accessing a page for the first time, depending on your browser settings. Access the Help portion of your browser’s toolbar to modify how your computer handles new cookies. You can also change how the browser notifies you when receiving a new cookie. Cookies may also be removed through settings at any time by clearing your history and/or cache.
- Clear GIFs / pixel tags
Similar to cookies, clear GIFs (aka web beacons, web bugs or pixel tags) are unique identifiers presented by tiny graphics. As opposed to cookies, these are not loaded to your computer system or drives but remain embedded on web pages you visit. Clear GIFs are utilized along with our services to track user activities of our services, compile usage statistics, and create content management help for our services. Clear GIFs also are used in HTML emails to our clients and customers, for both us and third party service providers. These identify when our emails are received, viewed, and forwarded.
- Log files
Logged information is collected by browsers. Log files contain information related to you such as your IP address, OS version, screen resolution and size, device type, and the type and version of your internet browse. All of this is obtained automatically and placed in log files.
- Third party analytics
We also use third party services, applications, and automated devices to evaluate our services. Tools such as Google Analytics gather non-personal data about users. These help us improve your user experience and our services. Analytics providers may also use tags, cookies, and other tools to enact their services. These tools and services may combine your collected information from our Sites with other information for their own uses. Our policy does not cover how these types of data are handled by third parties.
- Do-not-track signals
- Direct marketing
Where required by law, we will obtain consent to send you periodic promotional emails as already stipulated. To opt out of these communications, follow the opt-out instructions here at any time or the ones contained in your received email or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Opting out of receiving emails about information and recommendations for products and services that may interest you will not stop you from receiving emails about your account. Any requested information about services can still be received from us.
- Links and third party websites
Our sites may contain links to other sites with different privacy and information practices. Visitors need consult privacy notices on such sites independently. We do not have control over information obtained, submitted to, or requested by these third parties.
- Co-sponsored events
- Our security commitment
Even though we take security measures to restrict and prevent unauthorized information access collected online, we cannot guarantee your personal information is secured.
We reserve the right to revise this Policy, both in part and in whole at any time. Always review the Policy for periodic changes.