When does this privacy statement apply?
What information do we collect, and how do we use it?
LB3 collects no personally identifying information (such as name, title, physical address, telephone number, and email address) about you as you visit www.lb3law.com, except when specifically and knowingly provided by you (e.g., when you ask to have information sent to you).
Any information provided by you is used solely for the purposes disclosed in this privacy statement or on the page(s) of the website where information is requested, unless you agree in advance to additional uses.
We use the names, email addresses and names of the organizations of site visitors (when we collect the information) to contact you to improve the site’s contents, enhance LB3’s services generally, or add your name to our contact database (e.g., for newsletter distribution, event announcements and informational emails). Your submission of any such information is purely optional, although access to certain restricted pages on our website may require you to register by inputting credentials that identify you. When we participate in or organize events (such as educational seminars), we may share names, email addresses, names of organizations, and titles obtained from our website with our third-party event planners or with service providers we use to send out announcements, register participants or collect feedback about such events.
Except as described in this privacy statement, LB3 does not share with third parties (other than its affiliate, TechCaliber Consulting, LLC) any personal information we obtain from you via our website. TC2’s use of such personal information will also comply with this privacy statement.
How can you opt out of our mailing lists?
You may request at any time that you be removed from any or all lists on which you previously asked to be included by sending an email to email@example.com with “remove me” or something similar in the subject line.
How are changes to the privacy statement made?
LB3 reserves the right to change this policy at any time without advance notice. If we do change our policy, the new policy will not go into effect until it is posted here. We also reserve the right to add features designed to obtain consumer information. If we do decide to add any such features, we will mark them and explain the nature and potential use of the data collected.
Please also see our Disclaimer.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the browser or hard drive of your computer or mobile device when you visit a web page or application. Cookies are widely used to make websites work more efficiently for users, as well as to provide analytics to the website’s operators.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but should you not wish to have information collected in this way, you can configure settings within your browser to disable cookies. For further information on how to control cookies in your browser, including enabling, blocking, clearing and disabling, please refer to FTC Online Tracking or ICO Cookies Control.
Types of Cookies
Session– A session cookie exists only when you are reading or navigating the website. Upon closing the web browser, these cookies are removed.
Persistent– A persistent cookie exists on your computer until a future date; for instance, the cookie expiry date could set as 1 year, and each time a website is accessed over this period, our website will access this cookie.
Third Party– These are implemented by third party websites with the aim of collecting certain information to carry out various research into behavioral, demographic and other analytical information, which we use to deliver the best possible user experience.
Consent to Cookies
If you do not consent to the use of these cookies, please be sure to block or disable them using your browser settings. The browser settings for changing your cookies settings are usually found in the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ menu of your internet browser. In order to understand these settings, the following links may be helpful.