Last Updated 06/15/2020
Your California Privacy Rights
If you are a resident of the State of California and would like to learn how your “personal information” (as defined in the Shine the Light Law, Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.83) is shared with third-parties, what categories of personal information that we have shared with third parties in the preceding year, as well as the names and addresses of those third parties, please contact us at [email protected]
Further, if you are a resident of the State of California and would like to opt-out from the disclosure of your personal information to any third-party for marketing purposes, please contact us at [email protected] Please be advised that where California State residents opt-out from permitting their personal information to be shared, such individuals may still receive selected offers directly from us, under applicable law.
DO NOT SELL MY INFORMATION CCPA & Data Protection for California residents
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020, and is intended to protect the data of California residents.
If you are a resident of California, you have certain rights concerning your data. We respond to all requests from individuals who wish to exercise their data protection rights, in accordance with applicable data protection laws. You can contact us by sending an email to [email protected]
Rights that you may have, include:
- Requesting that your information be deleted.
- Opting out from the sale of your information to Affiliates or other related (or unrelated) third parties.
- Requesting disclosure of the personal information we have collected about you.
- Requesting the portability of your information.
- Opting out from receiving marketing communications that we send you at any time.
We will respond to your request as quickly as is reasonably possible, or within the period of time required by law.
Informed Consent to Be Contacted by Telephone
By providing your information on the Site, you agree that such act constitutes an inquiry and/or application for purposes of the Amended Telemarketing Sales Rule (16 CFR §310 et seq.), as amended from time to time (the “Rule”) and applicable state do-not-call regulations. As such, notwithstanding that your telephone number may be listed on the Federal Trade Commission’s Do-Not-Call List, and/or on applicable state do-not-call lists, we retain the right to contact you via telemarketing in accordance with the rule and applicable state do-not-call regulations.
In addition, where you provide “prior express written consent” within the meaning of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (47 USC § 227), and its implementing regulations adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (47 CFR § 64.1200), as amended from time-to-time (“TCPA”), you consent to receive telephone calls, including artificial voice and pre-recorded messages and/or calls delivered via automated technology, to the telephone number(s) that you provided. You understand and agree that this consent applies even if your telephone number is a wireless number. You further acknowledge and agree that you are not required to consent to the above-stated terms to gain access to the Bangerter Law Offerings.
Collection of Personal Information
Collection of Anonymous Information and Cookies
If you do not provide us any of your Personal Information, we are limited in the information that we may collect from you. For example, we may be able to determine your IP address when you access the Site for the purposes of administering the Bangerter Law Offerings and tracking Bangerter Law Offerings usage. However, your IP address may vary each time you visit the Site or it may remain the same depending on the type of Internet connection you are using or the location from which you access the Site. We may also collect information about the websites that directed you to the Site after you clicked on a text or banner link or an ad from another website, or the day and time you visited the Site and how long you spent on the Site. We aggregate such information to help us to compile reports as to trends and other behavior about users of the Bangerter Law Offerings; however, such information is anonymous and cannot be tied directly to you.
We may also use “cookies” to enhance your experience with the Bangerter Law Offerings and to provide you with personalized offers. A cookie is a small data file placed on your computer’s hard drive that contains information that allows us to track your activity in connection with the Bangerter Law Offerings. To find out more about Cookies, please visit www.cookiecentral.com. The cookie itself does not contain any personal information; however, if you provide us any personal information, the cookie may act as an identifier to tie your personal information to your IP address or computer. The Site’s cookies cannot be used to read data from your hard drive and cannot retrieve information from any other cookies created by other websites. Additionally, our cookies cannot be used as a virus, Trojan horse, worm or any other malicious tool that could impair your use of your computer. You may choose to delete cookies from your computer’s hard drive at any time, or to disable cookies on your computer, by following the instructions associated with your Internet browser. If you delete cookies that relate to the Site, we may not be able to identify you upon your return to the Site. Additionally, if you disable your computer’s cookies, you may not be able to access certain features of the Bangerter Law Offerings that require that cookies be enabled. We reserve the right to retain cookie data indefinitely.
We reserve the right to transfer and/or sell the aforementioned anonymous, aggregate and/or group data about our users for lawful purposes.
Bangerter Law and Third-Party Behavioral Tracking/Do Not Track
We also share Site usage information with third parties interested in running targeted promotional campaigns on the Site. For this purpose, us and our advertisers track some of the pages that you visit on the Site through the use of pixel tags (also called clear gifs).
In addition, if you select the “Do Not Track” or similar option within the following Internet browsers Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, we will not track your Site usage.
Information Sharing, Use and Disclosure
The personal information that you submit to Bangerter Law remains your property, but by submitting your personal information to Bangerter Law, you grant us the right to use your personal information for marketing purposes including, but not limited to, generally sharing such information with and/or selling such information to third parties for marketing purposes, including any business which is a subsidiary of, or under common ownership or control with, Bangerter Law (collectively, “Affiliates”) and advertising partners. Additionally, we may sell and/or license your personal information to third-party businesses. These businesses may include, but are not limited to, educational institutions and direct marketing providers including, but not limited to, lookup and reference, data enhancement, suppression and validation, email marketing, and telemarketing.
We will also use your personal information for customer service, to provide you with information that you may request, to customize your experience on the Site and/or to contact you when necessary in connection with transactions entered into by you on the Site. We may also use your personal information for internal business purposes, such as analyzing and managing the Bangerter Law Offerings.
Sharing Your Information with Our Service Providers
We may hire third-party service providers to execute specific functions on our behalf. Examples include conducting marketing campaigns via email, direct mail, telemarketing, SMS text-messaging, removing duplicate information from customer lists, analyzing data, and providing marketing analysis. While performing these services, our service providers may have access to your personal information as needed to complete their functions for us.
We endeavor to safeguard and protect our users’ personal information. When users make personal information available to us, their personal information is protected both online and offline (to the extent that we maintain any personal information offline). The privacy of your personal information is very important to us.
Bangerter Law will use reasonable efforts to protect customers’ personal information.
If at any time you would like to stop receiving marketing messages from any of our Affiliates or other third party that we have already shared your personal information with, please contact the applicable Affiliate or third party directly and ask it to remove you from its marketing campaigns, visit its website for complete details as to how you may unsubscribe from its campaigns or follow the instructions in each marketing message received from the Affiliate or third party, as applicable.
Notwithstanding the preceding, we may contact you to communicate information about your use of any Bangerter Law Offerings and to respond to any inquiries or requests you make. To opt-out of receiving Bangerter Law Offerings-related and inquiry response-related messages from Bangerter Law, you must cease utilizing the Bangerter Law Offerings and submitting inquiries to Bangerter Law, as applicable.
Deleting and Updating Your Information
At your request, we will inform you of what personal information we have on file for you. In addition, at your request, we will remove and/or modify the personal information that you have provided to us, or that we have collected. You may do so by contacting us via email at: [email protected]; provided, however, that we ask individuals to identify themselves and the information requested to be accessed, corrected or removed before processing such requests, and we may decline to process requests that are unreasonably repetitive or systematic, require disproportionate technical effort, jeopardize the privacy of others or would be extremely impractical (for instance, requests concerning information residing on backup tapes).
Visitors under eighteen (18) years of age are not permitted to use and/or submit their personal information at the Site. Bangerter Law does not knowingly solicit or collect information from visitors under eighteen (18) years of age. Bangerter Law encourages parents and guardians to spend time online with their children and to participate and monitor the interactive activities of their children.
Privacy on Third-Party Websites
Access to Personal Information
Bangerter Law will afford you a reasonable opportunity to review the personal information in your file if you so request by writing to:
Bangerter Law Firm
665 E 200 S
Heber City, UT 84032
Bangerter Law Firm
665 E 200 S
Heber City, UT 84032