Your privacy is very important to us. Our policy is to respect
and protect the privacy of visitors to our web site. The purpose
type of information we collect and how we use that information.
Warrenton Community Events does not collect
individually identifiable data on users. We do not collect personally
identifiable information on our web site unless you choose to give
it to us via an electronic mail message. Even when you choose to
give us information, we keep it confidential. When guests visit
warrentonevents.com web site, we collect some basic
information that does not identify individual users. This includes
the amount of traffic visiting the site, which pages are visited
and for how long, where the visitors come from, and what ISP they
are using. We use the information we collect to improve the quality
of our web site, enhance or tailor the information we offer, and
make your experience on our site as valuable and efficient as possible.
Links to Other Web
Please be aware that when you click on links that take you to third-party
sites web sites, you will be subject to their respective privacy
policy. While we support the protection of privacy in the Internet,
Warrenton Community Events cannot be responsible for the
actions of third parties. We encourage you to read the posted privacy
statement whenever interacting with any web site.
Consent to Gather Non-Identifiable:
By using our web site, you consent to Warrenton Community Events
collection and use of your information as described in this policy.
this page. So that you are always aware of what information we collect
and how we use it, we recommend that you review this page regularly.
Disclaimer on Attorney-Client
Neither visiting this site nor exchanging e-mail with Warrenton Community Events will create an attorney-client relationship.
WLF will enter into such a relationship only after meeting with
a client, ensuring that no conflict-of interest exists, and mutually
agreeing on essential matters including scope of representation
and fee/expense arrangements. Until we have entered into an attorney-client
relationship, any communications to us by a prospective client will
not be covered by the rule of law that protects the confidentiality
of communications between a client and attorney. We will endeavor
to respond promptly to e-mail, but we will neither accept requests
for nor provide specific legal advice by e-mail except to established