Minnesota Continuing Legal
The Minnesota New Lawyer Website (http://www.mnnewlawyer.org)
(“Minnesota New Lawyer”), a service of Minnesota Continuing Legal
Education, supports the privacy of our visitors. The following outlines
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Collection and Use of User Details
When you register for Minnesota new lawyer
access to our site, any of our RSS feeds, email newsletters, or other
subscriptions, we may collect personal details about you.
Personal information such as your name,
address, attorney license number, email address, and site password may
be collected on our registration forms.
When you visit the site, we also collect web
site usage information and information about your computer and internet
connection, including your computer’s IP address, the type and version
of browser and operating system you use, your internet domain and, if
you arrived at Minnesota New Lawyer via a link from another website, the
URL of the linking page.
We use this information to:
determine eligibility to access the
private content on the site
notify you of new content on Minnesota
New Lawyer (if you opt in to receiving such information)
ensure, as far as is practical, that our
site is compatible with the browsers and operating systems used by
most of our visitors
perform customer service and technical
support services for users
We also use the information for in-house
The results of all such research and
analysis will be presented as anonymous or aggregated information and
will not reveal any personal facts about individual readers.
Registration forms may provide you with a series of choices regarding
promotional activity and other forms of communication with you.
If you want to be kept informed of new content on Minnesota New Lawyer,
as well as technical or functional developments related to our website
and online services, then you should select the relevant opt-in box(es).
A cookie is a small file which is placed on the user’s hard drive during
a Minnesota New Lawyer visit. This file allows the user to move quickly
and easily around our site. It is used to identify returning users and
to identify subscribers. We also use a cookie to track a user’s
sessions. We use this information to find out what site features are
most popular so that we can develop Minnesota New Lawyer using analysis
of people’s usage.
You can delete cookies from your hard drive at any time.
Use of Email
Minnesota New Lawyer uses software from reputable third parties to
deliver the emails you will receive from our site if you subscribe to
our email newsletters or have chosen to receive information about new
Minnesota New Lawyer content. These third parties use unique identifiers
and invisible images (often called “pixel tags” or “clear GIFs”) to
perform message open sensing, message format sensing, and clickthrough
sensing on behalf of Minnesota New Lawyer in order to bring you more
Content and some ad services in these emails are provided by Minnesota
Use of Advertising
We reserve the right to use a third-party advertising company to serve
ads when you visit Minnesota New Lawyer. This company may use
information (not including your name, address, email address or
telephone number) about your visit to Minnesota New Lawyer in order to
provide advertisements about goods and services that may be of interest
to you. In the course of serving advertisements to this site, our
third-party advertiser may place or recognize a unique “cookie” on your
Linking to Other Internet Sites
You should be aware that other Internet sites that are linked from
Minnesota New Lawyer or our email messages may contain privacy
ensure your privacy is protected, we recommend that you review the
privacy statements of these other linked sites, applications or other
How You Can Access and Change Information
If you are a registered user of Minnesota New Lawyer, you may review,
update, or correct your information directly on the Minnesota New Lawyer
website or by contacting us.
Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed
to be 100% secure. Accordingly, and despite our efforts, Minnesota New
Lawyer cannot guarantee or warrant the security of any information you
transmit to us, or to or from our online products or services. If you
Changes to This Policy
Due to changes in legislation and best practice or enhancements to
functionality and content on Minnesota New Lawyer we may make changes to
you should check here from time to time. The date of the last revision
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Last updated October 23, 2013.