The Mississippi Supreme Court Privacy Policy (

Data Collection

The Mississippi Supreme Court is dedicated to protecting the privacy of its website visitors, as well as the security of its information systems. When visiting the Mississippi Supreme Court website, system tools and resources may collect and store specific technical information about the visit. When accessing this website, the following information may be collected:

• Domain and Internet Protocol (IP) address,
• Browser type and operating system used to access the site,
• The pages visited and the time spent and,
• The time and date of the visit.
• The pages you visit, including graphics loaded from each page and other documents you download, such as PDF (Portable Document Format) files and word processing documents; and
• If referred to the Mississippi Supreme Court from another website, our systems capture the address of the referring website.
• Includes accounts on MEC, CLE and BarWeb when logged in.

The information collected is used to provide statistical data for our website management teams who seek to determine: the information of the most/least importance to our visitors, the need for technical design enhancements, system performance issues, and specific problem areas.

Voluntarily Provided Personal Information

The Mississippi Supreme Court does not collect personal information about its visitors, unless the information is voluntarily submitted by the visitor. Examples include sending email, a form submission on the website or submitting e-file documents to the court. The Mississippi Supreme Court will only use voluntarily submitted personal information for its intended purpose and any efforts to assist the visitor in providing information or service requested. The Mississippi Supreme Court highly discourages visitors from submitting personally identifiable information (PII). However, visitors choosing to do so acknowledge that clicking the "submit" button on various forms and emails constitutes consent to use the information for the stated purpose. The Mississippi Supreme Court does not give, sell, or transmit personal information to third parties.

Except for official law enforcement investigations stemming from unauthorized use of Mississippi Supreme Court information systems, congruent with the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act of 1996, no further attempts are made to identify individual users or their browsing habits.


Use of Cookies
In order to enhance the web browsing experience and make sessions as seamless and efficient as possible, the Mississippi Supreme Court employs cookies. Cookies are essentially small bits of software placed on a web user's hard drive by the host server and may retain some information the visitor viewed to speed up the process whenever they return to the site.

Control Over Cookies
Users can control and manage cookies through their web browser settings. They have the option to accept or decline cookies, and they can delete cookies stored on their device at any time. However, please note that disabling cookies may affect the functionality of certain features on the Mississippi Supreme Court website.


The Mississippi Supreme Court is committed to ensuring the integrity of the information and systems it maintains. As such, The Mississippi Supreme Court has instituted security measures for all information systems under our control so that information will not be lost, misused, or altered.

• For site security purposes and to ensure that our services remain available to all users, The Mississippi Supreme Court uses software programs to monitor traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage. In the event of authorized law enforcement investigations and pursuant to any required legal process, information from these sources may be used to help identify an individual. • Your Mississippi Supreme Court account information is password-protected for your privacy and security. The Mississippi Supreme Court uses industry-standard secure socket layer (SSL) encryption to protect data transmissions.

Links to other sites

Once you link to another site, you are subject to the privacy policy of the new site.


The Mississippi Supreme Court reserves the right to change this privacy policy as necessary.