(the “website”) how Wandzel Law collects, uses, and shares your personal data when you navigate, use, or make a purchase from the Website.
- How can you protect your privacy?
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By using the website, you acknowledge and agree that Internet Transmissions are never completely private or secure. You understand that any message or information you send to the website may be read or intercepted by others, even if there is a special notice that a particular transmission is encrypted.
When you navigate the website, Wandzel Law may collect the following information from you:
Number of users who access the website
Browser and device information
Fraud prevention information
Data used to help identify and prevent fraud
Your communications with Wandzel Law
See more about what data is collected with Google Analytics 4 here: [GA4] Data Collection
- Data Wandzel Law Receives from Other Sources
Wandzel Law may receive data about you from other individuals, companies, or sources.
Wandzel Law uses your data for the following purposes:
To improve its marketing for legal services
To respond to communications
To request information or feedback
To protect Wandzel Law and its employees from fraud
To comply with law
Wandzel Law does not share your user data with third parties.
- Protection of Data at Wandzel Law
Wandzel Law uses administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect your personal data, taking into the account the nature of the personal data and the processing, and the threats posed. These safeguards are continuously improved to help keep your personal data secure and away from others.
- Cookies and Other Technologies
Wandzel Law may use “cookies” and other technologies to help better understand user behavior. This includes security and fraud prevention purposes, information about which part of the Website people have visited, and advertisement or marketing effectiveness.
You may delete your data that Wandzel Law stores by written request.
Some data may be retained for security or law enforcement purposes.