These terms govern your use of this website and all interactions with the Neon Law Foundation, a non-profit organization and maintainer of By accessing or using our Site, you indicate to us that you consent to the practices described in this Privacy Policy and in our Terms of Service.

Tracking on this website

By default, we use minimal tracking on our website. We use Ghost to create this website, our newsletters, and our blog post, and Fathom Analytics to track page views in a privacy-preserving way. You can view our Fathom Analytics dashboard here, and if you like Fathom as much as we do, we encourage you to use our referral code.

Tracking via email

If you choose to communicate with us via email or subscribe to our newsletter. We minimally track aggregate stats and do our best to minimize the information we collect from you. We track opens of our newsletter via Ghost and Fathom.

Applicability of this Policy

As indicated above, this Privacy Policy applies to Personal Information collected through our Site. This Privacy Policy does not apply to third party services, websites, or applications that we may link to through the Site. When you use one of these links to leave our Site, we encourage you to review the privacy policies that apply to the services, websites, or applications you choose to access.

Information exchanged with Neon Law Foundation

If you choose to contribute to our information repository, donate to the website, or hire an attorney through our website, we will collect identifying information. You always have the right to choose when you give this data to us, and the right to remove data from

We will never sell your personal information and prefer to delete it as soon as possible.

Optional personal information collected

We may collect including but not limited to:

* Your name, email, address, and usernames.
* Data about the accounts you want deleted.
* Anonymized yet chargeable payment data.

This list does not include data collected by the data processors we use for their services.

Aggregate Information

We may use the information we collect to create “Aggregate Information”, which is aggregated and anonymized information that cannot be used to identify any natural person, in order to develop statistics and analytics about our Site. Though Aggregate Information may be derived from Personal Information, it is not Personal Information because it cannot be used to identify you or any natural person.

Protecting your information

No one can say with certainty that they can prevent all data breaches. However, as long as you're following the best and latest practices you're doing a damn good job. We protect your data by:

  • Never collecting personal data by default.
  • Using select and trusted SaaS and hardware vendors, which you can see below in the section Sites We Do Not Delete Data From to hold your data on our behalf.
  • Enforcing strict authentication and authorization schemes on each SaaS provider.
  • Enforcing strict retention schemes, we never hold data for longer than thirty days + the required period by law.
  • We only maintain two emails, and
  • Ensuring all members of our team are trained to the point they can teach digital tidiness and social engineering.

Sites We Do Not Delete Data From

We do not delete data on behalf of users of the following websites. Each of these vendors, however, have instructions on how to remove your data from them.

  • Apple
  • Crunchy Data (Postgres-as-a-service)
  • Deepnote
  • Fathom Analytics
  • Ghost
  • Xero
  • Gusto
  • FastMail
  • Missive
  • Twilio/SendGrid
  • Mercury Bank

No Attorney-Client Relationship

Please note that lawyers on this site enter into attorney-client relationships with its clients only pursuant to certain policies and procedures unrelated to the Site, including the execution of an engagement letter, a screen for conflicts of interest, and other Neon Law policies or rules of the Bar Associations in the states in which we maintain offices. You agree that your access and use of the Site, including the submission of information to us through the Site, does not create an attorney-client relationship between you, Neon Law, or any of the attorneys on this platform.

Visitors Outside the United States

Neon Law is established in the United States. By providing Personal Information to us, you acknowledge and agree that your Personal Information may be transferred to and stored servers in the United States, which may be located outside of the country or other governmental jurisdiction in which you reside.


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