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Harris Law, llc (hereafter "the company") adopted this privacy policy in recognition of the importance of protecting the privacy of your personally identifiable information. Your privacy is important to the company.  The company’s intent is to balance its legitimate business interest in collecting and using personally identifiable information and your reasonable expectations of privacy. This Privacy Policy applies only to information collected by or through the company’s websites and does not apply to information collected or used by the company through other means. 
The company asks you to provide personally identifiable information, which is any information that can be used to identify a specific individual, in order to enhance your experience on the company’s websites and improve the company’s ability to serve you.   
 The company’s intent in collecting personally identifiable information is to provide users with an improved experience on its websites. This may include interactive communications, such as contacting you for a consultation. In addition, the company may use this information to: (1) contact you with legal notices, (2) advise you of any material changes or additional to the company’s User Agreement or this Privacy Policy, and (3) advise you of any changes in your status as a potential client.  The company also reserves the right to send you offers about its services and those of its affiliates. If you do not wish to receive these offers, please contact to request removal from this list. 
The company’s advertisers or other websites that have links on the company’s websites may also collect personally identifiable information directly from you. This Privacy Policy does not cover the actions of those advertisers or linked websites. Please visit those advertisers or websites to view their privacy policies. 
If you voluntarily disclose personal information in comments and/or other materials submitted to the company for use on its websites, such information may be collected by other viewers and may result in unsolicited messages from others. 
The company will not—without specific notification—as a rule disclose personal information submitted to the company to third parties. However, the company may disclose such information when required by law, subpoena or order issued by a court or governmental body, or when the company has reason to believe that disclosing the information is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be violating the company’s User Agreement or may be causing injury to or interference with (either intentionally or unintentionally) the company’s rights or property, other the company users, or anyone else who may be harmed.   
The company has physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to protect the information collected online. However, no security system is impenetrable. The company cannot guarantee the security of its database, nor can it guarantee that information will not be intercepted after being transmitted from you to the company over the internet. 7. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION BY THE COMPANY’S SERVERS 
The company’s web servers automatically collect certain personally identifiable information, such as which pages each user visits and the domain names of visitors. This information is used for a number of purposes internally and may also be provided to advertisers on an aggregated, anonymous basis. 
The company also places a “cookie” on the browsers of computers of users of its websites to store and track information. A “cookie” is a data file that can be used to tell when your computer has visited a certain website. The information may be used for editorial purposes, for measuring traffic patterns, and to make sure that you do not have to reenter your password multiple times during a visit. Advertisers on the company’s website also may have their own cookies. 
Any user may opt-out of cookies (including but not limited to the company’s cookies) by changing a setting on your browser. Opting out of cookies by changing this setting will disable all cookies and may cause problems with some websites. 
Children under the age of 13 should not send any information to the company, including but not limited to names, addresses, or email addresses. The company does not knowingly collect information from children under 13. If the company learns that it has collected any personal information from a child under the age of 13, it will delete that information from its database as soon as possible.  
Teen-agers who are at least 13 years of age may submit personal information only with the permission of, and under the supervision of, a parent or legal guardian. If you are a parent or legal guardian agreeing to the company’s User Agreement for the benefit of a teen-ager between the ages of 13 and 18, you are fully responsible for any comments and/or other submissions by the teen-ager and any legal liability that the teen-ager may incur. 
Because Internet technology is changing constantly, the company reserves the right to change its Privacy Policy, as well as its User Agreement, at any time. If the company make revisions to the way it collects or uses personal data, the company may provide notice of those changes by taking action as the company deems appropriate under the circumstances, including without limitation, posting the revised draft of this Privacy Policy on its website. Any changes will apply as soon as notice is posted. Your continued use of the company’s websites indicates your acceptance of those changes.