Activity Logging. When you use the Cannon Law website, which may be hosted in part or its entirety by a third party, the Cannon Law website will collect information indirectly and automatically (through, for example, the use of “cookies” of your “IP address”) about your activities. Cannon Law uses this activity information (the “Activity Information”) for internal purposes such as to administer the Cannon Law website, improve the Cannon Law website, and help Cannon Law understand how the Cannon Law website is being used including the demographics and “clickstreams” of its visitors. “Cookies” are small pieces of information stored on your hard drive, not on the Cannon Law website. You are always free to decline cookies if your browser permits, but in that case, some portions of the Cannon Law website may not operate properly. An “IP address” is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer when you use the Internet.
Personally Identifiable Information. The Cannon Law website is designed so that you may generally browse it without providing any Personally Identifiable Information (defined below). Certain areas of the Cannon Law website, however, may allow the voIuntary submission of Personally Identifiable Information. Cannon Law uses your Personally Identifiable Information for the purposes for which it was submitted by you to Cannon Law and for Cannon Law to send you publications and invitations that may be of interest to you. Except as otherwise set forth in this Policy, Cannon Law does not share your Personally Identifiable Information with third parties. “Personally Identifiable Information” means information that would allow someone to identify or contact you, such as your name, physical or electronic mail address, and telephone number; provided, however, that Personally Identifiable Information does not include aggregated information that, by itself, does not permit the identification of individual persons and does not include the Activity Information.
Removal of Personally Identifiable Information. Cannon Law will use reasonable efforts to remove your Personally Identifiable Information from our then current Cannon Law website at any time upon Your written request. Such removal of Personally Identifiable Information will not ensure the permanent removal of such Personally Identifiable Information from the Cannon Law website. For example, such Personally Identifiable Information may remain in Cannon Law archival or backup copies of the Cannon Law website.
Additional Disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information. Cannon Law may share Personally Identifiable Information with third parties, including affiliated firms and third parties performing services for or on behalf of Cannon Law. Such services may include communications, database, event management, hosting, mailing, and marketing services. Additionally, Cannon Law cannot fully ensure that your Personally Identifiable Information will not be disclosed to third parties. For example, Cannon Law may be legally obligated to disclose information to the government or third parties under certain circumstances, third parties may circumvent security measures to unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private communications, or an error may occur in the administration of the Cannon Law website. In the unlikely event that Cannon Law needs to investigate or resolve possible problems or inquiries, Cannon Law may, and you authorize Cannon Law to, disclose any information about You to government officials as permitted by applicable law.
Miscellaneous Privacy Terms. Cannon Law follows appropriate technical measures to protect against the risks of unauthorized access to, erroneous disclosure of, and unlawful interception of Personally Identifiable Information. Cannon Law, however, cannot fully eliminate such risks. From time to time, Cannon Law may modify this Policy. Such modifications will be effective on the date that Cannon Law posts the modified statement to the Cannon Law website.