Privacy Policy

Information Collection
    IP Law Chat may collect information to enable us to analyze traffic to the blog and how visitors use the blog.  This data enables us to determine which people visit our blog, how often they visit and what parts of the blog they visit most often.  This information is used solely to improve the blog.
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Information Sharing and Disclosure
    It is the policy of IP Law Chat not to disclose any personally-identifiable information that may be collected on this blog to any third party without the permission of the person from whom such information is collected except under limited circumstances such as when required to do so by law or legal process or in urgent circumstances to protect personal safety, the public or this blog or related website(s).  Although IP Law Chat strives to protect the privacy and personal information of its users, we cannot and do not make any promises or guarantees regarding the confidentiality of any information that may be collected on this blog or that you forward to us.  Therefore, we urge you to take every precaution to protect your personal information when you are on the Internet.
    IP Law Chat's policy of protecting the personal information of its users is not intended to be and shall not be construed as an agreement to form any type of attorney-client relationship.  For more information on the site usage terms on this issue, please see the Disclaimer.