Information We Collect from You and How We Use It
In general, you may visit our site without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself except as set forth in the following sentence. Like many websites, our server logs capture information regarding your operating system, browser software, IP (Internet Protocol) address, and the full Uniform Resource Locator (URL) clickstream to, through, and from our website, including date and time. We may use this information to improve the performance of our servers and to administer our site.
Like many websites, we use “cookies” on this site. Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information that can be downloaded to your device when you visit a website. The cookies we use are essential in order to enable you to move around the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the website. Although you can disable cookies on your device by indicating this in the preferences or options menus in your browser, doing so may limit your ability to view our site. You can find more information about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org and www.youronlinechoices.com.
Information You Submit to Us Through the Site
If you join our mailing list or submit personal information to us through our site, we will use that information for the purpose for which it was collected and for other reasonably related purposes we determine are appropriate. We will not provide your information to any third party for marketing purposes except in connection with information requests you make that involve third parties or in connection with events that involve third parties.
We are committed to complying with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Our site and services are not directed to children under the age of 13. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13. If we receive personal information that we discover was provided by a child under the age of 13, we will promptly destroy such information. Schools and parents should supervise their children’s online activities and consider the use of other means to provide a child-friendly, online environment. If you would like to learn more about COPPA, visit the Federal Trade Commission home page at www.ftc.gov.
We believe the site uses measures that are commercially reasonable to secure your personal information, but we cannot and do not assure that these measures will be sufficient to protect against every possible effort to gain unauthorized access to the information.
To request access to personal data relating to you which is processed by MLG, and/or if you have any queries, claims, etc. on the handling of personal information, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for notification of the purpose for which personal information will be used and/or its disclosure, correction, addition, deletion, termination of use, erasure or termination of provision to a third party will be processed in accordance with firm procedures.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS
Your California Privacy Rights
California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits California residents to request and obtain from us a list of what personal information (if any) we shared with third parties or corporate affiliates for those entities’ direct marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year, and the names and addresses of those third parties. Requests may be made only once a year and are free of charge.
If you are a California resident and would like a copy of this notice, please submit a written request to the following address: MLG, APLC, 151 Kalmus Drive, Suite A-102, Costa Mesa CA 92626. For all requests, you must put the statement “California Privacy Rights Notice” in the body of your request, as well as your name, street address, city, state, and zip code. You also need to attest to the fact that you are a California resident and provide a current California address for our response. Please note that we will not accept requests via telephone, email, or by facsimile, and we are not responsible for notices that are not labeled or sent properly, or that do not have complete information.
California Do Not Track Disclosures
California Business & Professions Code Section 22575(b) (as amended effective January 1, 2014) provides that California residents are entitled to know how a website operator responds to “Do Not Track” (DNT) browser settings. DNT is a feature offered by some browsers which, when enabled, sends a signal to websites to request that your browsing is not tracked, such as by third party ad networks, social networks and analytic companies. We do not currently take actions to respond to DNT signals because a uniform technological standard has not yet been developed. We continue to review new technologies and may adopt a DNT standard once one is created. For information about DNT, please visit: http://www.allaboutdnt.org.