The use of "this website/site" above and below reference the site linking to this page to describe the relationship between their user's data and Spot. That is, if for example, courtformsonline.org links to this page as an explanation of what Spot does with your data, then "this site" is understood to be courtformsonline.org.
In order to improve the SPOT service for future users, SPOT keeps the following information in its database if you check the option for your data to help others:
- what you type in this site’s search box
- and if you immediately follow the search results we suggest
If you do not check that option, it does not keep or store any of the text you submitted after it reports back the issues it thinks may be present.
To use SPOT, we do not need, nor do we request personally identifiable information.
SPOT is funded by foundational support and run by Suffolk University Law School's Legal Innovation and Technology (LIT) Lab. The LIT Lab is a non-profit, and Spot's primary aim is to provide AI-powered issue-spotting to non-profit and government organizations at no cost.