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Our Commitment To Privacy
Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. To make this notice easy to find, we make it available via a link at every point where personally identifiable information may be requested by Cerebro Technologies and our Partners.
The information we collect
This notice applies to all information collected on the Cerebro Technologies Web site, or submitted to Cerebro Technologies or any Partner at any time through any of our services on any Partner's Web site. Personally Identifiable Information - When visiting Cerebro Technologies 's or any Partner's Web site and signing-up for or using an Cerebro Technologies powered service on a Partner's Web site, you may choose to supply Cerebro Technologies and Partner with information that identifies you personally. This information may include your name and contact information, as well as other demographic or commerce related information
The way we use information
We use the information you provide about yourself or others to complete the transaction for which it is intended. This may include administering a service such as email, chat, etc., completing an order, shipping a product, or contacting you if you have indicated your permission to do so. We do not share this information with outside parties without your permission except to the extent necessary to administer the services we offer.

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Cerebro Technologies and Partners consider email transmitted via our service to be the private correspondence between the sender and recipient. We will not monitor, edit or disclose the contents of a user's private communications, except as required by law, to comply with legal process, if necessary to enforce the Service Agreement, to respond to claims that such contents violate the rights of third-parties, or to protect the rights or property of Cerebro Technologies, our Partners, their third party service providers or others. By using the service you agree that technical processing of email communications is and may be required to send and receive messages, to conform to the technical requirements of connecting networks, to conform to the limitations of the Service, or to conform to other, similar technical requirements. By using the service you acknowledge and agree that Cerebro Technologies, our Partners and their third party service providers do not endorse the content of any user communications and are not responsible or liable for any unlawful, harassing, libelous, privacy invading, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene, tortuous, or otherwise objectionable content, or content that infringes or may infringe the intellectual property or other


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