Section 1 — What do we do with your information?

When you register and subscribe to our e-workbook, Research the Law, we collect the information you give us such as your name, address, and email address. We do not store credit card information.

When you provide us with personal information to register or subscribe to Research the Law, you agree to our collecting it and using it for that specific reason only.

Section 2 — With whom do we share your information?

We may disclose your personal information if we are required by law to do so; otherwise, we use your information only to operate the website. We do not sell your information.

When you subscribe to Research the Law and pay the subscription fee with a credit card, your credit card data is securely sent to a third party merchant processing company. We do not store your credit card information.

All direct payment gateways adhere to the standards set by PCI-DSS as managed by the PCI Security Standards Council, which is a joint effort of brands like Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. PCI-DSS requirements help ensure the secure handling of credit card information by our store and its service providers.

In general, the third-party providers used by us will only collect, use, and disclose your information to the extent necessary to allow them to perform the services they provide to us.

However, certain third-party service providers, such as payment gateways and other payment transaction processors, have their own privacy policies in respect to the information we are required to provide to them for your purchase-related transactions.

For these providers, we recommend that you read their privacy policies so you can understand the manner in which your personal information will be handled by these providers.

In particular, remember that certain providers may be located in or have facilities that are located a different jurisdiction than either you or us. So if you elect to proceed with a transaction that involves the services of a third-party service provider, then your information may become subject to the laws of the jurisdiction in which that service provider or its facilities are located.

As an example, if you are located in Canada and your transaction is processed by a payment gateway located in the United States, then your personal information used in completing that transaction may be subject to disclosure under United States legislation, including the Patriot Act.

Section 3 — How secure is our website?

To protect your personal information, we take reasonable precautions and follow industry best practices to make sure it is not inappropriately lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed.

Our website uses an https (SSL) connection on data sensitive pages to protect your information.