NatLaw encourages you to read this Policy and reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice to change this Policy simply by posting such changes on its Site. Any such changes will be effective immediately upon posting.
Specifically, this Policy will inform you of the following:
1. What Information is Collected
NatLaw may collect information, including personal information, about you when you use the Site or otherwise interact with it. This may include:
Information automatically collected
NatLaw automatically collects certain information when you visit, use, or navigate the Site. This information does not reveal your specific identity (like your name or contact information) but could include device and usage information, such as your IP address, browser and device characteristics, operating system, language preferences, referring URLs, device name, country, location, information about how and when you use its services, and other technical information. This information is primarily needed to maintain the security and operation of the website, and for NatLaw’s internal analytics and reporting purposes.
Like many businesses, NatLaw also collects information through cookies and similar technologies. This information collected includes:
2. How NatLaw Uses and Discloses Information
NatLaw processes your information to provide, improve and administer its operations, communicate with you, for security and fraud prevention, and to comply with the law. It may also process your information for other purposes with your consent.
NatLaw uses the information collected for the following purposes:
3. Disclosure of Information
NatLaw does not disclose or sell its lists of contacts gathered online or lists of donors who have donated online or offline with other organizations, except under the following instances:
Third Party Information Collection:
Please be informed that NatLaw does not control these third parties’ technologies, and their uses are governed independently by the privacy policies established by those third parties.
4. How does NatLaw process your information?
What legal basis does NatLaw rely on to process your information? NatLaw only process your personal information when it believes it is necessary and it has a valid legal reason (legal basis) to do so under applicable law, like with your consent, to comply with laws, to provide you with services to enter or fulfill its contractual obligations, to protect your rights, or to fulfill its legitimate business interests.
If you are located in the EU or UK this section applies to you:
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires NatLaw to explain the valid legal basis it rely on to process your personal information. As such, NatLaw may rely on the following legal basis to process your personal information:
Use of “Cookies”:
5. How does NatLaw protect your information?
NatLaw takes precautions to protect your personal information seriously and uses reasonable technical, administrative, and physical measures to protect it from loss, theft, alteration, or misuse. When NatLaw collects sensitive information, that information is encrypted and transmitted to its Site in a secure way. You can verify this by looking for a lock icon in the address bar and looking for “https” at the beginning of the address of the webpage. Unfortunately, however, no data transmission over the Internet is 100% secured. While NatLaw strives to protect your information, it cannot ensure or warrant the security of such information provided:
6. Unsubscribe or Opt-Out
All users and visitors to NatLaw’s Site have the option to discontinue receiving communications from it by way of emails or newsletters. To discontinue or unsubscribe from NatLaw’s Site in the future please send an email to email@example.com that you wish to unsubscribe. Note that your donation records will remain in NatLaw’s databases.
If you wish to unsubscribe or opt-out from any third-party websites, you must go to that specific website to unsubscribe or opt-out. If you desire to correct any inaccuracies in your information stored by NatLaw, or have any questions about this Policy, the practices of NatLaw’s Site, or your dealings with NatLaw’s Site, you can contact:
Kozolchyk National Law Center
440 N. Bonita Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85745
+1 (520) 622-1200
7. Acceptance of Terms
By using this Site, you are hereby accepting the terms and conditions stipulated within this policy agreement. If you are not in agreement with NatLaw’s terms and conditions, then you should refrain from further use of its sites. Additionally, your continued use of NatLaw’s Site following the posting of any updates or changes to its terms and conditions shall mean you agree and accept such changes.
Updated: August 8, 2023