2.1 Personal Information. We collect Personal Information about you when you voluntarily submit information directly to us by filling in forms on Horse Law or other forms correspondence. This includes, but is not limited to, information provided when you register to use our website, subscribe to Horse Law services, credentials including passwords and similar security information used for authentication and account access, and payment data necessary to process your payment if you make purchases (“Personal Information”). All Personal Information you provide must be true, complete, and accurate. Further, you must notify us of any changes to your Personal Information. If you choose not to provide Personal Information, we may not be able to provide services to you.
2.2 In addition, we may share your Personal Information with certain third parties, including:
2.3 Horse Law may anonymize and aggregate any of the Personal Information collected so that it does not identify you. We may use such anonymized information for a variety of purposes including: testing our IT systems, research, data analysis, improving our services and developing new products and features. We may also share such anonymized information with others.
2.4 Certain information will be automatically collected when you visit Horse Law on our server logs. This includes your IP address, which browser you use, your operating system, ISP, platform type, device type, mobile device identifiers, country, language preferences, search terms, links you click, and other statistics related to your usage of Horse Law. This information does not specifically identify you.
2.5 We may also collect technical information such as web storage data, data stored in application data caches and data provided by web pixels, cookies and anonymous identifiers. This information shall be used to primarily to maintain the security and operation of Horse Law and for our internal analytics and reporting purposes. We retain and may use this information and data to examine and analyze the usage trends and preferences of our users.
2.6 Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies. We may also use tools, including third-party tools, to collect analytics data. Some of this information is collected using cookies and other tracking technologies, such as web beacons, session replay scripts, and similar technologies. We may also work with third party partners to employ tracking technologies. Horse Law may save one or more cookies onto your web browser.
2.7 Cookies are small files that a website transfers to your computer’s hard drive through your web browser. Cookies enable the website to recognize your browser and to capture and remember certain information. Cookies cannot read data off of your hard drive or read cookie files created by other websites. Cookies may do things like allow you to navigate faster through the site, remember your preferences, passwords, and generally improve the user experience. You can turn off the ability to receive cookies by adjusting your browser settings — please note that if you do so, this may affect the functionality of Horse Law and the information you can access through it. Horse Law utilizes cookies to compile aggregate data about website traffic and interaction so that we can offer better site experiences and content in the future. We may use third-party companies, such as Google Analytics, to assist us in understanding our visitors.
2.8 We may use information collected when you visit us for the following business purposes:
2.9 Security. Horse Law implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the information we collect and store. Unfortunately, no security measures are 100% foolproof, and as such no network or system can be guaranteed to be 100% secure against destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of, or access to information we collect and store. If you believe your information may not be secure for any reason, please contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3.1 Updating Your Information. If you would like to update personal information that you have provided to us, email email@example.com.
3.2 Marketing Communications. You can opt-out of receiving marketing communications from Horse Law by clicking “unsubscribe” in any marketing email communications we send you, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3.3 Additional Rights under the GDPR: If you reside in certain territories, you may have the right to exercise certain privacy rights available to you under applicable laws. We will process your request in accordance with the GDPR. We may need to retain certain information for record-keeping purposes or to complete transactions that you began prior to requesting any deletion. The rights provided by the GDPR include:
3.4 If you would like to exercise any of the above rights, please contact email@example.com so that we may consider your request under applicable law. To protect your privacy and security, we may take steps to verify your identity before complying with the request. We will respond to its request for the removal of data within thirty (30) days. We will delete, amend or block access to any Personal Information that we are storing only if we receive a written request to do so from our customer who is responsible for such Personal Information; unless we have a legal right to retain such Personal Information. Further, Horse Law reserves the right to retain a copy of such data for archiving purposes, or to defend our rights in litigation.
3.5 Additional California Privacy Rights. If you reside in California, you may have the right to exercise certain rights made available to you under applicable laws. These rights include:
3.6 If you are a California resident and would like to make either type of request described above, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4.1 Horse Law is not directed to minors under 18 years of age. We do not knowingly collect information or data or market to minors. By using Horse Law you represent that you are at least 18 years of age. Upon learning that we have collected personally identifiable information of such a person, we will take reasonable steps to delete the information from our files as soon as practicably possible.
4.2 Please contact us at email@example.com if you believe we have any information from or about a minor under the age of 18.