When you visit www.cooperlevenson.com (the “Website”), Cooper Levenson, P.A. (“Cooper Levenson”) does not collect any personally identifiable information about you unless you specifically provide it to Cooper Levenson. Except as required by law, or expressly authorized by Cooper Levenson, Cooper Levenson will not provide any personally identifiable information regarding you to any third parties. Any personally identifiable information that you submit to Cooper Levenson will be used solely for the purpose of responding to inquiries or requests made by you.
Your visit to the Website is tracked through a standard web traffic statistics program, which retains records of traffic on the Website, as well as numerical counts of visitors by domain, Uniform Resource Locator, search engine, keywords used, and other standard web measurements.
If you choose to register to receive e-mail correspondences from Cooper Levenson, you need to furnish Cooper Levenson with certain required information, including your name, e-mail address and the name of your company. The contact information you provide to Cooper Levenson is stored in a database that is not located on the Internet. The materials you request will be transmitted to you via e-mail. Each e-mail correspondence will contain instructions as to how you may be removed from Cooper Levenson’s mailing lists. You may also unsubscribe at any time by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. Please include your name and your e-mail address in the body of the e-mail correspondence. Cooper Levenson will make a reasonable effort to respond to your request in a timely manner.
Cooper Levenson is committed to complying with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). The Website and services are not directed to children under thirteen (13) years of age. Cooper Levenson does not knowingly collect personal information from children under thirteen (13) years of age. If Cooper Levenson receives personal information that it discovers was provided by a child under thirteen (13) years of age, Cooper Levenson will promptly destroy such information. Schools and parents should supervise their children’s online activities and consider the use of other means to provide a child-friendly, online environment. Additional information is available on the Direct Marketing Association’s home page at http://www.the-dma.org. If you would like to learn more about COPPA, visit the Federal Trade Commission home page at http://www.ftc.gov.
The Website is not designed to store sensitive personal information such as financial, health or educational records, and you should not use the Website for that purpose. Cooper Levenson believes that the Website uses measures that are commercially reasonable to secure your personal information, but it cannot and does not assure that these measures will be sufficient to protect against all efforts to gain unauthorized access to the information.