Sam Brand Law is committed to protecting personal information by following responsible information-handling practices in keeping with privacy laws. Sam Brand Law uses modern information and communication technologies to support our activities. Our privacy statement applies to the Sam Brand Law website.
You can access the Sam Brand Law website home page and browse our site without disclosing your personal data. As a general policy, no personal information is collected from our visitors. The only personal information we collect is the information that you volunteer, such as:
- when you give us feedback, ask a question, or complete a survey and give us your email address to allow us to
- send you requested information, such as an email bulletin
- when you sign up to receive social media updates
- when you use our Live Chat service
We use and disclose data, which does not identify individuals, for statistical purposes to develop and enhance Sam Brand Law activities and services. We may also collect personal information required to satisfy legal, government, and regulatory obligations.
Email mailing list subscriptions
When you subscribe to an email list from Sam Brand Law or Sam Brand Law, you need to provide your name and an email address. This email address is used to deliver the mailing list messages to you, such as information about Sam Brand Law publications, activities or projects, and Sam Brand Law information updates. Your email address will not be disclosed to any other mailing list subscriber, organization, website, or government agency. If you do not wish to hear about other Sam Brand Law programs, projects, or opportunities, you may unsubscribe at any time.
We do not share or sell the personal information we collect. We will not disclose your personal information to anyone else without your prior knowledge or consent, except when required by a government body or agency, or as permitted by law.
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- Preserve and expire visitor sessions on the site (keeping visitors signed in after authenticating or saving data; and ending the session after a period of inactivity)
- Store font size preferences on the site
- Enable web analytic tools
Visitors who wish to opt out of cookies should review the help documentation for their browser software to decline or selectively decline cookies. Visitors can also regularly delete their browser and cookie history. Note that declining cookies may adversely impact site performance for you.