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We collect standard information about users such as browser type, operating system, search terms, referring pages, time of visit, and other site usage behavior "Site Visitation Data" (SVD). SVD is used to administer the site and provide general statistics regarding the use of the Traub Lieberman's website. We may also use SVDD to display advertising or send targeted email marketing messages you may find interesting and to suppress advertising that might not interest you. Specifically, we collect the following:
Biographical Information: We may automatically collect information about you when you visit the website, such as your gender, your age, and your online interests.
Navigational Information: We automatically collect information related to how you got to the website, referring website, visited pages, length of stay, number of pages, and if you completed forms. Some of this information is anonymous, as it does not permit us to identify you personally.
Technical Specifics: We automatically collect information related to the technology you used to access the website, such as the type of device (mobile, desktop, laptop, tablet, etc.) you used, the brand of device you used, the internet browser you used, and the service provider and network used to access the website.
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USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
We will treat your Personal Information (PII) as confidential, and we will not share your PII with third parties without your permission, except in the limited circumstances described below.
We may provide your PII to third parties for the purposes of operating our business, delivering, improving, and customizing our client services, sending marketing and other communications related to our business, and for other legitimate purposes permitted by applicable law or otherwise with your consent. The third-party companies are authorized to use your PII only as necessary to provide these services to us. It is our practice to require such third-parties to handle information in a manner consistent with our policies. These third-parties may include the following:
Vendors: We may provide your information to vendors who help us do things like provide services features, monitor site activity, maintain databases, and assist us in hosting microsites and mobile websites where you may provide PII about yourself and others you know; and where they may observe information about you in the same way as described above.
Law Enforcement and Regulators: We may disclose information about you with outside companies, organizations, or individuals if we have a good-faith belief that access, use, preservation, or disclosures of the information is reasonably necessary to: meet any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request; detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues; protect against harm to the rights, property, or safety of our business, our users, or the public as require or permitted by law; and enforce our rights.
Other Third Parties: We may provide your information to persons or entities in connection with our own business operations, such as to our auditors or counsel, or in connection with a major change in our business (such as an acquisition), provided such persons or entities are subject to obligations to keep the information confidential and use the information only for the purpose we provided it to them.