Coastal Law Privacy Statement
At Coastal Law, user privacy is very important to us. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible visiting www.fcsl.edu (the "Site"). This Privacy Statement will tell you, as of the "Last Revised" date set forth at the end of this Privacy Statement, what information Coastal Law collects, how we use that information, and what choices you have concerning how such information is used. If you have questions or concerns about this Privacy Statement, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
When you visit our Site you may provide us with two types of information: personal information you knowingly choose to disclose and Site information collected on an aggregate basis using server logs, "cookies" and other technologies as you and others browse our Site. Coastal Law does not use the information provided by a visitor for any purpose other than to provide answers and services to visitors who contact Coastal Law. Except as set forth in this statement, Coastal Law will not disclose any personal information to third party companies unless we recieve your prior permission. In the following limited circumstances we will consider, and may release, personal information to third parties: (1) to comply with vaild legal requirements such as a law, regulation, search warrant, subpoena or court order; or (2) in special cases, such as protecting the rights, property or safety of Coastal Law, it's staff or our participants.
Similar to other commercial Sites, our Site may use standard technologies such as "cookies" and web server logs to collect information about how our Site is used. Information gathered through cookies and web server logs may include the date and time of visits, the pages viewed, time spent at our website, and the websites visited just before and just after our Site. This information is collected on an aggregate basis. None of this information is associated with you as an individual.
Cookies are a feature of web browser software that allows web servers to recognize the computer used to access a Site. They are small peices of data that are stored by a user's web browser on the user's hard drive. Cookies can remember what information a user accesses on one web page to simplify subsequent interactions with that Site by the same user or to use the information to streamline the user's transactions on related web pages. This makes it easier for a user to move from web page to web page and to complete commercial transactions over the Internet. Cookies should make your online experience easier and more personalized.
Although we will strive to protect your personal information from loss, misuse, or alteration by third parties, you should be aware that there is always some risk involved in transmitting information over the Internet. We take strides to protect all of our information, but no protection regime is perfect, and information may be lost or stolen in extreme circumstances. You can always contact us in order to (i) correct your personal information in our systems; or (ii) update any other information that you have provided to us, by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.