Red Metric, APC (“Red Metric”), understands that You care about how Your personally identifiable and other information (“Information”) is collected, used, and stored. This Privacy and Data Use Policy (“Policy”) describes how we collect and use information provided to us by users and obtained when visiting and submitting information through to www.RedMetric.com (“Website”).
a. Scope. The Policy applies to Information Red Metric collects from visitors to the Website. This Policy does not apply to information received through by Red Metric through the course of an attorney-client relationship, or received or collected by Red Metric through any other source besides this Website.
b. Individual User Information. If You are a client of Red Metric as indicated by separate and validly executed written agreement, we protect the confidentiality of Your Information in accordance with the applicable rules of professional conduct. However, if You choose to submit personal information to Red Metric through the Website, we will store and use that information in accordance with this Policy unless You notify us otherwise per the instructions below.
In general, You may use the Website without providing any information that personally identifies You (“Personal Information”). However, as described below, You may choose to provide us with Personal Information in order to use portions of this Website. When You use the Website, which is hosted entirely by a third party, the Website will collect information indirectly and automatically (“Visitor Information”) through the use of “cookies” or the collection of Your IP address. Red Metric uses Visitor Information to administer the Website, improve the Website, and help Red Metric understand how the Website is being used. “Cookies” are small pieces of information stored on Your hard drive. If You would like to delete cookies or keep cookies from being save on Your hard drive, You should use Your browser’s preferences and settings to restrict such functions, if applicable. Your computer’s “IP address” is a number that is automatically assigned to Your computer when You use the internet, Your browser automatically collects IP address when You log on to the internet.
a. Personal Information. You may choose to sign up for the Red Metric+ services in order to personalize Your visit to the Website and to receive certain publications and information from Red Metric. You may also contact us by email through the Website. In either case, You may be asked to provide us with Personal Information, such as Your name, address, telephone number, email address, employer’s name, and Your title. We use this information to provide You with publications and information You request and to respond to Your comments and questions about our services and site. We may also use the Your Personal Information to send You additional information that may be of interest to You.
b. Visitor Information. When You use the Website, we may collect certain information to help diagnose problems with our systems and our hosting systems. Such information may not personally identifiable.
a. Personal Information. We will not share your Personal Information (including e-mail address) with any third party except (1) with your consent, (2) when we believe in good faith disclosure is required by law, or (3) to third parties who are providing services to Red Metric as needed to provide such services and subject to appropriate confidentiality obligations. We reserve the right to disclose information about you, including data on which pages you have visited, to third parties if we feel it is necessary to protect the security of our systems, Website, business, users or others.
b. Visitor Information. Visitor Information may be provided to third parties at Red Metric’s discretions o long as the information is not linked to your personal information.
c. Transfer of Practice. We may provide and transfer to third parties any or all information regarding the Red Metric Website, including your Personal Information and Visitor Information, in connection with the transfer of all or a portion of Red Metric’s practice, whether by merger, acquisition or otherwise.
The Website provides current subscribers the opportunity to opt-out of receiving email from us at any time, to update your email subscription information and to review and request changes to your Personal Information that Red Metric has collected through the Website. To do so, please click here or follow the instructions contained in any email sent from the Website. You may also notify us of your opt-out request by emailing info@RedMetric.com.
We use commercially reasonable security measures designed to protect against unauthorized access to Personal Information under our control, including physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards. However, please be aware that, despite these efforts, data transmission over the Internet is inherently insecure and we cannot guarantee the security of information transmitted or provided through the Website. Once we received your transmission, we use appropriate efforts to ensure its security on our systems, but we do not accept liability for unintentional disclosure.
We may change this Privacy Statement from time to time, and such changes will be effective upon posting the amended terms to the Website. The date of update is specified at the beginning of this Policy.
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