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We value your privacy and will take all reasonable steps to protect the personal information you provide when you register on any of our websites. We will not distribute your personal information (including email address) to any third party.
 
We value your privacy and will take all reasonable steps to protect the personal information you provide when you register on any of our websites. We will not distribute your personal information (including email address) to any third party.
Chat rooms,  wiki, and a mailing list are available to our community. Any  information that you disclosed in these areas becomes public information. Please exercise caution when deciding to disclose any  personal information in those areas.
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Chat rooms,  wiki, and a mailing list are available to our community. Any  information that you disclosed in these areas becomes public information. Please exercise caution when deciding to disclose any  personal information in those areas. For example, we will not be able to remove your personal information from the mailing list archives, bug tracking system notes, wiki history, or the third party IRC logs.

Latest revision as of 06:16, 5 January 2011

We value your privacy and will take all reasonable steps to protect the personal information you provide when you register on any of our websites. We will not distribute your personal information (including email address) to any third party. Chat rooms, wiki, and a mailing list are available to our community. Any information that you disclosed in these areas becomes public information. Please exercise caution when deciding to disclose any personal information in those areas. For example, we will not be able to remove your personal information from the mailing list archives, bug tracking system notes, wiki history, or the third party IRC logs.