Privacy Policy

Effective Date: July 2, 2008

Last Updated: July 2, 2008

Nissenbaum Law Group, LLC (the “Company”), is committed to protecting the privacy of its Users (as defined below). This document (“Privacy Policy”) outlines what information the Company collects from its Users through www.internetdefamationlawblog.com (the “Blog”) and how that information is used. The Company will only keep Users’ information which they submit through the Blog for internal use.

Revisions to this Policy

The Company reserves the right to revise, change, amend, alter or modify (“Update”) this Privacy Policy and its other policies and agreements at any time and in any manner. The User, as defined below, is responsible for periodically checking for any Updates of this Privacy Policy by re-visiting the Blog and using the “refresh” button on the User’s browser. Any Updates supersede any prior versions immediately upon posting on the Blog. If the User does not agree with the terms of this Privacy Policy, or any updated terms hereto, his sole remedy is to not use the Blog.

Information Collected

The information which the Company collects through the Blog may include personally identifiable information (“Personal Information”) which refers to information that helps it identify users or viewers of the Blog (collectively, “Users” and each a “User”). The Personal Information includes data such as a User’s name, street address, phone number, facsimile number, email address, username and password. The Blog allows Users to submit Personal Information in order to contact or communicate with the Company. If User contacts the Company through this Blog, please note that Personal Information may be maintained by the Blog. Users are responsible for keeping all Personal Information current and may change any previously entered information through the Blog in the manner set forth below.

The Blog may also collect data that cannot be traced back to a specific individual (“Anonymous Information”). For example, the Company may be able to keep count of how many Users have viewed the Blog and specific content therein, or key words utilized to find the Blog, but this information does not necessarily include information regarding Users’ names, street addresses, phone numbers or email addresses. Users who view the Blog but do not enter their Personal Information are generally anonymous Users. Only Anonymous Information and no Personal Information will be intentionally collected by the Company from anonymous Users. The Blog may use browser cookies to collect Anonymous Information. The Blog may also incorporate web beacons or similar tracking technologies to allow the Company to track how the Blog is used. Such technologies are used to collect Anonymous Information, e.g. the name of the User’s internet service provider, the IP address of the User’s computer, User’s browser software and operating system, the identity of any linked-form or linked-to website and other similar information. The Company may combine a User’s Anonymous Information with similar information collected from other Users to help improve the Blog and services.

The Blog is hosted by TypePad.com. Ple/ase contact Typepad.com for information about their policy regarding the collection and retention of User information. Company does not know TypePad’s policies in this regard and makes no representations or warranties regarding TypePad’s use or collection of information about Users. Submitting information via the Internet may not be secure and/or confidential. Users should refrain from sending attorney-client privileged information through the Blog without prior approval from the Company to do so and should thereafter take into account that the Company cannot guarantee that such information will be secure, due to its means of transmission.

Third Party Advertisers and Links to Third Party Websites.

The Blog may include advertisements from third-party companies which may include links to third party websites. The advertisements placed by these companies are not affiliated, owned, maintained or updated by the Company. If User visits the website of these third-party advertisers, they may use cookies and/or request and collect User’s personal information. The Company does not know of the policies of these independent third-party advertisers and is not responsible for the information collected or how the information is used by any third-party advertisers. The Company also cannot confirm or in any way guarantee the accuracy of the information provided by those third party advertisers on their websites. The Company strongly recommends that User reads and reviews the privacy policies of any other third-party websites that it may view.

Information Sharing

Except as otherwise provided in this Privacy Policy, the Company will not intentionally distribute, rent or sell a User’s personal information to third parties without the User’s permission. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Company will share Users’ information, including without limitation Personal Information amongst its parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates and other related entities and related websites. The Company may be required by law enforcement or judicial authorities to provide Users’ Personal Information to the appropriate governmental authorities. If the Company receives a request from law enforcement or judicial authorities, then it reserves the right to provide the requested information.

Security Procedures

The Company undertakes reasonable efforts to operate secure data networks which are protected by industry standard firewall and password protection systems. The Company undertakes reasonable efforts to review its security and privacy policies on a periodic basis and it may adjust and change the systems as necessary. Notwithstanding the above, and although the Company is ever diligent in its security pursuits, it cannot guarantee the success of its efforts.

Special Cases

It is the Company’s policy to not use or share the Personal Information about the Users of the Blog in ways which have not been outlined or described herein without first allowing its Users a chance to opt out or otherwise disallow such unrelated uses. However, the Company may disclose Personal Information about its Users or information relating to their Use of the Blog for any reason if, in its sole discretion, it determines that it is reasonable to do so, including:

A. To comply with laws, such as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, regulations or governmental or legal requests for such information;

B. To reveal information that is needed to identify, contact or bring legal action against any User who may be violating the terms and conditions of the Blog;

C. To operate the Blog properly;

D. To protect the Blog and its Users; and/or

E. To fully cooperate with law enforcement authorities, private-party litigants and others seeking information about its Users to the extent required by applicable law.

Managing and Deleting Users’ Personal Information

If a User would like to modify or delete any personal information previously entered on the Blog, he can update his information by sending an email with his current and updated information to gdn@gdnlaw.com.

Protection of Children

The Company does not knowingly collect or use any personal information from children (minors younger than 13) through the Blog. If the User is a parent and believes the Company may have inadvertently collected such information from User’s child, please notify the Company immediately by sending an email to gdn@gdnlaw.com.

Additional Information

If Users have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please feel free to contact the Company by phone at 908-686-8000.

Terms and Conditions The Terms and Conditions set forth on the Blog shall govern any claim relating to this Privacy Policy and will otherwise be deemed applicable to it.

Corporate Transfers of Information

Information about the Users of the Blog, which include the Users’ Personal Information, may be disclosed in association with certain business dealings such as any debt financing, acquisition or merger, sale of assets and in the event of a bankruptcy, assignment for benefit of creditors or receivership in which particular information could be sold or transferred to other parties as an asset. By using the Blog and/or entering his Personal Information, each User consent to the Blog’s use of his information as outlined in this Privacy Policy.