D.C. Bar

Privacy Policy

The D.C. Bar does not use “cookies” to collect personal information on visitors to its Web site. Cookies are small data files that may be placed on a user’s computer by a Web server, assuming the web page’s creator has specified such. When a user enters personal information, as he or she might do when completing a form, the cookie can collect and store that information.

Because the D.C. Bar’s Web site contains links to third party sites and advertisers, there is a possibility that those sites may collect a visitor’s personal information. The D.C. Bar can not control the use of cookies by sites linked to the D.C. Bar web site and is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of those sites.

Occasionally, the D.C. Bar conducts online surveys. Information supplied in these surveys is used only by the D.C. Bar and is not sold or provided to third parties.

Features exist on the D.C. Bar’s Web site that enable visitors to make purchases and/or register for events online using their credit card. The information collected by the D.C. Bar during these transactions is used solely by the D.C. Bar for the purposes of completing that transaction and is not used for any other purpose whatsoever. Additionally, the information collected during those transactions is not sold to any third–party vendors.

This policy may be revised from time to time. Any changes will be posted at this location.

If you have questions about this policy, please contact us at support@dcbar.org


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