Strid Law collects information on our users by your voluntary submissions and through cookie technology. The information Strid Law collects is used in a variety of ways: for internal review; to improve the content of the site, thus making your user experience more valuable; to notify you about updates; to provide you information you have requested; and to let you know about our products and services. Email: When requesting information or a trial of our software, you may be asked to provide your email address. By providing your e-mail address, you are agreeing that Strid Law can send you important information about our products, including announcements of new releases. If you do not wish to receive email information from Strid Law, please let us know by emailing us at: email@example.com Cookies: Cookies are small text files a Web site uses to recognize repeat users, facilitate the user's ongoing access to the site and facilitate the use of the site. "Cookies" also allow a site to track usage behavior and compile site usage information that will allow for the improvement of content. This information is anonymous and we use this information only internally- we never give away information about our users Disclosure: Our policy is not to disclose personally identifiable information to unrelated third unless required to do so by law or legal process. Strid Law, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to make exceptions to this policy in extraordinary circumstances (such as a bomb or suicide threat, or instances of suspected illegal activity) on a case-by-case basis.
Although Strid Law will take reasonable measures not to disclose information about you or the contents of your communications, we may be compelled to do so in the good faith belief that such action is reasonably necessary (a) to comply with the law; (b) to comply with legal process; (c) to enforce these terms and conditions; (d) to respond to claims that any content violates the rights of third parties; (e) to facilitate the terms of an acquisition of Strid Law by, or merger with, another company or (f) to protect the interests of Strid Law or others.