We respect the privacy of our Account holders and the privacy of their client data. All the user information contained within the forms WILL BE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. We will also not utilize your data in our databases IN ANY WAY WHATSOEVER OTHER THAN TO RENDER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO YOU.
What We Collect
We collect, the e-mail address and certain personally identifiable information of those who communicate with us via e-mail or that make a Request through our secure server. The information given to us thereby WILL BE HELD UNDER STRICT CONFIDENTIALITY.
When you submit information, you are transferring such information into Ontario, Canada and you here by consent to such transfer.
OntarioFamilyLawRules.com may also collect and analyze from visitors and users certain information regarding the use of the OntarioFamilyLawRules.com Site and services available therein. Information collected may include but is not limited to web site traffic volume, frequency of visits, type and time of transactions, type of browser and operating system, etc.
Use of Information
The information we collect WILL NOT BE DISCLOSED TO ANYONE WHATSOEVER.
OntarioFamilyLawRules.com complies with the U.S.-EU and U.S.-Swiss Safe Harbor Framework as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries and Switzerland. OntarioFamilyLawRules.com has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement. You can learn more by visiting the Safe Harbor Program Website and checking out our certification page.
OntarioFamilyLawRules.com has further committed to refer unresolved privacy complaints under the US-EU and US-Swiss Safe Harbor Principles to an independent dispute resolution mechanism, the BBB EU SAFE HARBOR, operated by the Council of Better Business Bureaus. If you do not receive timely acknowledgment of your complaint, or if your complaint is not satisfactorily addressed by OntarioFamilyLawRules.com , please visit the BBB EU SAFE HARBOR web site atwww.bbb.org/us/safe-harbor-complaints for more information and to file a complaint.
When I use the "Submit & Save" button?
If you are working on a public computer, for example, at a public library or legal clinic, or at any computer that can also be used by other people, you should always send all the information to OntarioFamilyLawRules.com before you leave the computer and then "Logg-Off". This will ensure that the next person to use the computer will not be able to see the information you entered. Once you have sent your work, you can click on the "Log-Off" button at the top right of the screen to erase all the information you entered in the session. The computer will automatically delete the information you entered in any form.
How can I make sure the information I provide is secure and can’t be seen by anyone else?
We make every effort to ensure the privacy of your personal information. Your information is temporarily processed and secured through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to provide added security for communications over the Internet. The data is encrypted and stored in your file once the form is generated - the data is securely stored on the OntarioFamilyLawRules.com system in order to complete your request.
How do I “erase my tracks” on my computer so that no one can see that I filled out this form(s)?
If you are concerned about someone noticing that you filled out a court form on your computer, you should use a public computer at a library. Remember to take a memory stick or CD with you to receive your completed form(s).
If you did use your own computer to complete the form(s) there are several ways you can hide it. You can erase your browser history, delete temporary Internet files or save your file with a password that the system can then encrypt.
To erase your browser history and delete temporary Internet files, follow these steps:
If you use Internet Explorer version 6 or 7:
1. Open the Tools menu and select Internet Options
2. Select the General Tab.
3. In the Browsing History section, click on the ‘Delete’ button. For Internet Explorer Version 6 users, you may have to select the ‘Delete Files’ button.
4. Click on the ‘Delete All’ button.
5. Your browsing history, cookies, temporary Internet files and forms data should now be deleted.
If you use Mozilla Firefox:
1. Open the Tools menu and select Options.
2. Select the Privacy Tab
3. Under History, click the ‘Clear’ or ‘Clear Now’ button
4. Your browsing history should now be cleared.
OntarioFamilyLawRules.com has implemented processes intended to protect user information and maintain security of data. We have protect the OntarioFamilyLawRules.com’s servers by locating them areas with security procedures, using of firewalls and implementing other generally available security technologies.
These safeguards help prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the appropriate use of data. WE GUARANTEE THAT YOUR INFORMATION AND DATA WILL BE SECURE FROM INTRUSIONS AND UNAUTHORIZED RELEASE TO THIRD PARTIES.
Cancellation or Termination of the Account
If you choose to cancel your Account and have all your information removed, we will make all reasonable efforts to delete your information as soon as reasonably practical. Please email cancel@OntarioFamilyLawRules.com with your cancellation request. Alternatively you may cancel you account and make changes to all your personal information at the members area. Just loggin to your account at OntarioFamilyLawRules.com.
Changes to this Policy
OntarioFamilyLawRules.com may periodically update this policy. We will notify you about significant changes in the way we treat personal information by posting a prominent notice on the OntarioFamilyLawRules.com`s site. We do not intend to reduce your rights under this Policy without your explicit consent, and we expect most such changes will be minor. Each version of this Policy will be identified at the bottom of the page by its effective date.
Updated :September, 1st, 2014.