Last Modified: January 1, 2024
All references to “us” and similar words such as “we” and “our” (even if not capitalized) mean Pixel Law LLC, a Missouri limited liability company. All references to “you” and similar words such as “your” (even if not capitalized) mean the individual using the Website, and if you are using the Website on behalf of a business entity, it means both you and that business.
If you use the Website, then we may collect Anonymous Data from you. “Anonymous Data” means information which is not personal in nature, and which does not identify you as a specific individual or business.
If you use the Website, then we may collect Personal Data from you. “Personal Data” means the following types of information:
Sensitive Personal Data
We do not intend to collect Sensitive Personal Data and you should not submit Sensitive Personal Data to us. “Sensitive Personal Data” means information which is more sensitive and private than the types of information described above.
We may use Anonymous Data for any purpose not otherwise prohibited by applicable law, without your consent, without providing notice to you, and without providing compensation to you, including sharing and selling Anonymous Data to third parties.
Improvements to the Website
If you share ideas or suggestions with us regarding improving or modifying the Website, then we may use all the same without your consent, without providing notice to you, and without providing compensation to you.
Compliance with Legal Process
Data Retention & Deletion
We do not have any obligation to store your Personal Data for your benefit of for the benefit of any third party. We may delete all or parts of your Personal Data at any time, for any reason, without notice to you.
Cookies & Tracking Data
We use reasonable efforts to protect your information, especially your personally identifiable information and payment information. However, since the Internet is not a 100% secure environment, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us. Further, it is your responsibility to protect the security of your account credentials.
If you have any questions or need to contact us, please do so using the information on our contact page.