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As stated previously, Law Bulletin will not—without specific notification—as a rule disclose personal information submitted to Law Bulletin to third parties. However, Law Bulletin may disclose such information when required by law, subpoena or order issued by a court or governmental body, or when Law Bulletin has reason to believe that disclosing the information is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be violating Law Bulletin’s User Agreement or may be causing injury to or interference with (either intentionally or unintentionally) Law Bulletin’s rights or property, other Law Bulletin users, or anyone else who may be harmed.
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Law Bulletin’s web servers automatically collect certain personally identifiable information, such as which pages each user visits and the domain names of visitors. This information is used for a number of purposes internally and may also be provided to advertisers on an aggregated, anonymous basis.
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