TWO DEGREES, LLC ("Two Degrees")
Use of Information.
Any personal information you provide to us will be captured and used only to tailor our service offerings to better suit your needs. We will not sell, trade, rent, or give your personal information to third-party companies or organizations. Any information we present to third parties will be in the form of aggregate statistics. Personal information about you, such as your name and address, will not be disclosed to such parties without your consent. If you expressly indicate that you would like to receive information about products and services from third parties, we may disclose your name and email address to these parties.
Any information that you divulge in a public forum offered on this website such as a chat room, message board and/or news group will be considered public information and may be disclosed to and used by third parties.
If you feel that we are not abiding by our posted privacy statement, please contact David Marks at Marks Holmes Foley & Morales, P.S. by phone at 206.621.9480 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third Party Sites.
This policy only addresses our activities from our servers. Other sites, including those sites that are accessible from our site, may have their own policies and practices, which we do not control.
Review and Removal of Personally Identifiable Data.
You may review, change or remove the personal information that you have provided to us, and we will use all reasonable efforts to ensure that your information is changed or removed from our records, as the case may be. You may also opt out of receiving email messages from us.
Cookies and Other Tracking Methods.
The ads appearing on our site are delivered to you by our Web advertising partners. In the course of delivering an ad to you, our advertising partner may collect certain non-personally identifiable information about you which is used to deliver tailored ads to you.
Security; Illegal and Legal Access.
Although we use industry-standard methods to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, third parties may gain access to the database by evading our security measures. We may be forced to disclose your personal information, or we may believe that it is necessary or appropriate to disclose, and you authorize us to disclose such information to law enforcement or other government officials.