Other than information automatically collected and stored, Southwest Virginia Legal Aid Society (SVLAS) compiles no information about users when users visits our web site unless users choose to provide that information to SVLAS. SVLAS will not disclose any personal information users provide unless disclosure is required by law.
Information SVLAS Automatically Collects and Stores
When users visit the SVLAS website (the “Site”), SVLAS automatically collects and temporarily stores the following information:
- The user’s domain name;
- The user’s browser type and operating system;
- The date and time of the user’s visit;
- The pages the user visited; and
- The address of the web site the user accessed to visit the Site.
SVLAS uses this information for statistical purposes and to help make the Site more useful to users. Unless it is specifically stated otherwise, SVLAS will not collect any additional user information.
If users choose to provide personal information about themselves when accessing the Site, SVLAS will use the information only to respond properly to the user’s request or to fulfill the stated purpose of the communication. SVLAS will not disclose any personal information users provide unless disclosure is required by law. For example, if a user makes a Freedom of Information Act request, the user’s name and a copy of the user’s request normally must be disclosed if requested by any person. User’s home address and phone number, however, would be protected under FOIA’s privacy exemption.
SVLAS last modified this statement on January 2, 2022.