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This policy covers how this Site treats personal information that this Site collects and receives, including information related to our products and services.
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More information about Web Beacons in: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_bug
The information we collect may be used to create an aggregate demographic profile of our user base and can improve content and services and provide aggregate information to potential advertisers (no individual information is provided to any third-party without your consent), to customize the content and/or layout of our email messages or pages for each individual visitor, to notify you about updates to our web site and services, to send you our opt-in e-mail newsletter(s), to provide you with the products and/or services for which you signed-up or registered, which may include sending service disruption notices or other service- or product-related information via email, and is not shared with other organizations for commercial purposes without your consent. We may share collected information with another company in the event that we merge with or are acquired by another company. Upon request, we will provide you with the information (e.g., email address, name, etc.) that we maintain about you.
Will the Site share my personal information with anyone else?
This Site not rent, sell, or share personal information about you with other people or non-affiliated companies except to provide products or services, when we have your permission. This Site works with vendors, partners, advertisers, and other service providers in different industries and categories of business.
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