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As an example, the compilations of data and information contained in this site are works protected by copyright in the same way as a multimedia, literary, musical or artistic work.
Therefore, anyone who plans or wishes to reproduce, store, download, translate, publicly perform sounds or images or communicate by telecommunication any document, data or other content of this site for commercial purposes must obtain prior authorization from the Legal Services Board. This authorization can be obtained by contacting the secretary of the Legal Services Board.
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The following information is therefore exchanged:
• your IP address (an IP address is a number automatically assigned to your computer by your Internet service provider);
• the type of browser used to access our site;
• the date and time you access our site;
• the pages you visit.
If you provide personal information, the Legal Aid Montreal | Laval also keeps track of the number of visitors; the pages visited the most, the technology used by the internet users.
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