What Information We Collect
We collect personally identifiable information, including but not limited to your name and your email address. We will not collect any such information unless you give your explicit consent.
We may collect non-personally identifiable, anonymous information, such as the number of website visits we receive. We only use these statistics internally, and they do not contain personal information. We cannot derive personal information from these statistics.
How We Use the Information We Collect
- We only use the information we collect for the purposes that we clearly state before we ask you to provide said information.
- We will not send promotional emails to your email address unless you have opted in for this service. We make it explicitly clear to you what you are signing up for.
- We use the information to customize and improve user experience and to curate relevant content for our readers.
- We may use the information to answer inquiries or provide feedback to you. We may also use non-personally-identifying information to design surveys or questionnaires.
- We may use the information to handle complaints or provide operational notices.
With Whom We Share Collected Information
- We do not distribute any form of personal information. We do not rent, sell, or share the information we collect.
- Your personal information may only be disclosed if the following conditions are met:
- If we are legally required to do so;
- To protect the rights and property of The High Court;
- If our records show fraudulent and deceptive activities are practiced and we must notify the government;
- If any communication you share on the Site implies harm to others.
Security of the Gathered Information
We have taken all appropriate electronic and physical measures to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure of your personal information.
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