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We do not disclose, sell, exchange nor trade your personal identifiable information to commercial mailing lists.
We take information security issues seriously. Consequently, any personal identifiable information is stored and protected on servers with adequate security measures.
We will cease all communication and use of personal identifiable information upon your request.