Becoming a User: You may visit our Website without creating an account, but you will not have full access to our Service. Visitors who wish to use the Service must create an account, thus becoming a User. To create an account, Users must either provide UpLaw with personal contact information, such as name and email address or sign in to UpLaw via LinkedIn’s authentication service (please see Section 5, “Gathering and protecting the information we collect,” for details about this form of authentication).
We only gather the information you give us access to, and we only use it as described below. We only collect the minimum amount of personal information necessary or appropriate to fulfill the purpose of your interaction with us or to serve you more relevant ads or promotional offers.
User Personal Information does not include aggregated, non-personally identifying information. You may refuse to supply personally-identifying information; however, that refusal may prevent you from using UpLaw’s Service.
No information about children: UpLaw does not knowingly collect information from, or direct any of our content specifically to, children or teenagers under the age of 18. If we learn or have reason to suspect that a User of our Service is under the age of 18, we will promptly delete any personal information in that User’s account.
Location-based data: UpLaw also makes use of location-based data for our Website. If you allow these Services, we will ask you to enter your general location. We use this information to provide Services to you or to serve you more relevant ads or promotional offers, not to personally identify you. If you choose not to allow UpLaw to access your location, some or all functionality may not be available to you.
Confidentiality and Job Postings: In order to access the Service, Job Posters may post certain information via an online Job Form or by speaking with an UpLaw employee. This information may include, among other things, a description of the Job Poster’s business and legal question(s). This posted Job will be viewed by those Consultant Users who have access to view posted Jobs and may be viewed by UpLaw employees to ensure quality control and provide technical support. Jobs posted privately will only be visible to one Job Poster and those Consultant Users specified by the Job Poster, as well as to UpLaw employees. Therefore, no Job is confidential. Please do not share sensitive or confidential information via the Service.