Your privacy is most important to us
Personal information is data that can be used to identify or contact a single person.
Here are some examples of the types of personal information Apple may collect and how we may use it:
As is true of most internet services, we gather some information automatically and store it in log files. This information includes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser type and language, Internet service provider (ISP), referring and exit websites and applications, operating system, date/time stamp, and clickstream data. We use this information to understand and analyze trends, to administer the site, to learn about user behavior on the site, to improve our product and services, and to gather demographic information about our user base as a whole. NextLaw Africa may use this information in our marketing and advertising services.
In some of our email messages, we use a “click-through URL” linked to content on the NextLaw Africa website. When customers click one of these URLs, they pass through a separate web server before arriving at the destination page on our website. We track this click-through data to help us determine interest in particular topics and measure the effectiveness of our customer communications. If you prefer not to be tracked in this way, you should not click text or graphic links in the email messages.
Pixel tags enable us to send email messages in a format customers can read, and they tell us whether mail has been opened. We may use this information to reduce or eliminate messages sent to customers.
NextLaw Africa shares personal information with companies who provide services such as information processing, Payment Gateways, fulfilling customer orders, delivering products to you, managing and enhancing customer data, providing customer service, assessing your interest in our products and services, and conducting customer research or satisfaction surveys. These companies are obligated to protect your information and may be located wherever NextLaw Africa operates.
It may be necessary − by law, legal process, litigation, and/or requests from public and governmental authorities within or outside your country of residence − for NextLaw Africa to disclose your personal information. We may also disclose information about you if we determine that for purposes of national security, law enforcement, or other issues of public importance, disclosure is necessary or appropriate.
We may also disclose information about you if we determine that disclosure is reasonably necessary to enforce our terms and conditions or protect our operations or users. Additionally, in the event of a reorganization, merger, or sale we may transfer any and all personal information we collect to the relevant third party.
NextLaw Africa takes the security of your personal information very seriously. NextLaw Africa’s Websites and all sub-domains are protected, ensuring your personal information on our server and during transit are encrypted, deploying encryption such as Transport Layer Security (TLS). When your personal data is stored by NextLaw, we use computer systems with limited access housed in facilities using physical security measures.
When you use some NextLaw App or post on social networking service, the personal information and content you share is visible to other users and can be read, collected, or used by them. You are responsible for the personal information you choose to share or submit in these instances. For example, if you list your name and email address in a social networking posting, that information is public. Please take care when using these features.
If you or anyone else using the NextLaw App on to a device that is owned by a third party, any information entered —including credit card details, calendar, location, photos, and NextLaw subscriptions — may be downloaded on to that third-party device thereby disclosing any such shared information.
You can help ensure that your contact information and preferences are accurate, complete, and up to date by signing in to your profile page, from where you can update or correct your profile. We may decline to process requests that are frivolous/vexatious, jeopardize the privacy of others, are extremely impractical, or for which access is not otherwise required by local law. We may also decline aspects of deletion or access requests if we believe doing so would undermine our legitimate use of data for anti-fraud and security purposes as described earlier.
This enables the user to familiarize himself/herself with all the features of the App, and an opportunity to evaluate the search engine if it meets his/her requirements before s/he commits to NextLaw™ one-year minimum subscription.