CAPITAL AREA PARALEGAL ASSOCIATION
We at CAPA respect the privacy and security of every individual in our community. Please review the following information which details how we protect your online privacy and security in our efforts to bring you the best information possible.
Information Collection and Use by CAPA. CAPA collects information voluntarily submitted by the User, such as name, email address, employer, and area of law to categorize Users and to send notifications to those Users relating to CAPA Services. We may also use a User’s email address to send updates, a newsletter or news regarding CAPA Services. Users may choose not to receive email of this type as set forth in Email Choice/Opt Out below.
Posting of Public Information. Please be aware that whenever you voluntarily post public information to the CAPA site, that information can be accessed by the public and can in turn be used by those people to send you unsolicited communications.
Correcting/Updating or Removing Information. CAPA users may modify or remove any of their personal information at any time by logging into their account and accessing features such as View Profile and Edit Profile.
Email Choice/Opt-out. Members who no longer wish to receive updates or notifications may choose not to by editing their email subscriptions in "View Profile." All notification emails also include a link for opting-out of those communications in the future. Users who do not wish to receive CAPA email may also send an email to Web Team with the words “Do not send me notification emails” in the subject line.
Security. CAPA member accounts are secured by member-created passwords. CAPA takes precautions to insure that member account information is kept private. We use reasonable measures to protect member information that is stored within our database, and we restrict access to member information to CAPA members. Please note that we cannot guarantee the security of member account information. Unauthorized entry or use, hardware or software failure, and other factors may compromise the security of member information at any time.