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Privacy Policy

We at PeerViews, which operates TechnoLawyer, take your privacy very seriously, and we have a long-standing track record that speaks for itself in this regard. We want you to feel free to express yourself in TechnoLawyer, and we are committed to enabling you to feel secure and in control of your personal information and privacy.


Our Privacy Guarantee
Please rest assured that we will never sell or otherwise disclose your name, e-mail address, or any other personally identifiable information to any third parties.
Like many companies, we sometimes retain third parties to provide technical services. Before permitting these companies to work on our systems, we require them to sign a nondisclosure agreement.
Because TechnoLawyer is a commercial entity, the possibility of an acquisition by another company exists. If such an acquisition ever occurs, we will require the acquiring company to adhere to our Privacy Policy.


Our Privacy Policy appears below:


1. Collection and Use of Information

PeerViews collects personally identifiable information when you join TechnoLawyer, make changes on your My TechnoLawyer page, purchase access to The TechnoLawyer Archive , purchase space in TechnoLawyer Classifieds, click on links within TechnoLawyer e-mail newsletters, and complete the Biennial Survey. All of this information resides in a Profiles Database, which enables PeerViews to provide its services. PeerViews is the sole owner of all personally identifiable information collected through TechnoLawyer.

When you join TechnoLawyer, we ask for your first name, last name, and e-mail address. When you make changes on your My TechnoLawyer page, we note the changes so that we can accommodate your requests. When you make purchases, we ask for your credit card information, postal address, and telephone number only for that particular transaction, and we use a secure server to process the information you provide. When you click on a link within an e-mail newsletter, PeerViews may record that you did so.

PeerViews requires all TechnoLawyer members to complete a Biennial Survey shortly after joining TechnoLawyer, and then every two years thereafter. When you complete the Biennial Survey, we ask you for demographic information about yourself, such as where you reside and what you do for a living.

Additionally, PeerViews automatically receives and records information on our server logs from your browser including your IP address, TechnoLawyer cookie information, and the page you requested.

PeerViews uses the information it collects for three general purposes: (a) to improve TechnoLawyer and better serve your needs and interests; (b) to provide TechnoLawyer with statistics about its demographic composition; and (c) to customize, target, and distribute e-mail newsletters and e-mail advertising to you.


2. Disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information

PeerViews will never sell or otherwise disclose your name, e-mail address, or any other personally identifiable information to any third parties except when such disclosure is reasonably necessary to: (a) respond to subpoenas and court orders, or otherwise comply with the law or legal process; (b) protect or defend the rights or property of PeerViews or others; (c) enforce the Terms of Service governing TechnoLawyer; (d) respond to claims that the contents of any communications violate the rights of others; and (e) enable third parties, such as Internet Service Providers, to provide services to PeerViews (these companies do not have any right to use the personally identifiable information beyond what is necessary to assist PeerViews).

In the unlikely event that we are required by subpoena or other such legal order to disclose your personal information, we will notify you, and request a nondisclosure agreement or try to obtain a protective order on your behalf before making the requisite disclosure.


3. Disclosure of Aggregated Data

PeerViews provides aggregated demographic data regarding TechnoLawyer and its membership to third parties, such as advertisers, but this aggregated data does not include any personally identifying information. Advertisers use this information to decide whether to purchase and how to target their advertising. Only PeerViews distributes advertising, so your personally identifiable information remains undisclosed to third parties despite the targeting of their advertising. PeerViews also provides aggregated clickstream data to inform advertisers as to the number of people who viewed and clicked on their advertisement.


4. Cookies

PeerViews sets and accesses cookies on your computer to provide you with customization options. For example, these cookies enable you log into your My TechnoLawyer page without having to type in your e-mail address. Read a definition of cookies.


5. Editing Your Account Information and Preferences

PeerViews enables you to use your My TechnoLawyer page to edit your e-mail address, password, and subscription options anytime. PeerViews provides you with an opportunity to edit your answers to the Biennial Survey every two years.


6. Terminating Your Account

PeerViews enables you to use your My TechnoLawyer page to terminate (deactivate) your account at anytime. You can also terminate your account by contacting us.

If you choose to terminate your account, or if your account is otherwise terminated, your personally identifiable information remains in PeerViews’ Profile Database, but PeerViews no longer uses this information for any purpose. PeerViews retains this information solely for the purpose of restoring inadvertently or accidentally terminated accounts.


7. Security

Your account information with regard to TechnoLawyer is password-protected for your privacy and security. PeerViews encourages you not to share your password with anyone and to change it periodically. In certain areas of TechnoLawyer’s Web site, PeerViews uses industry-standard SSL-encryption to protect data transmissions, such as credit card information.


8. Acquisition

Because TechnoLawyer is a commercial entity, the possibility of an acquisition by another company exists. If such an acquisition ever occurs, we will require the acquiring com-pany to adhere to the very same privacy guarantee stated above.


9. Spamming

PeerViews strongly opposes the practice of "spamming," the sending of unsolicited commercial e- mail messages. PeerViews does not condone the use of its "Send-to-a-Friend" feature for the distribution of spam. If you feel that you have received spam from a third party affiliated with or connected to TechnoLawyer, please contact us.


10. Changes to this Privacy Policy

PeerViews may amend this policy from time to time. If PeerViews makes any substantial changes in the way it uses your personal information, it will notify you via e-mail.

If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy, please contact us.


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