myITforum.com collects personally identifying information only during the registration process. In addition, information is collected in certain portions of myITforum.com in which users specifically and knowingly provide such information along with content submissions, community postings (i.e., forums) or suggestions. myITforum.com may use such information for its internal purposes, including, but not limited to, editorial and feedback purposes.
Information submitted at the time of registration may be used for marketing and promotional purposes by myITforum.com and may be shared from time to time with companies that have something of value to offer the myITforum.com community. If a guest objects to such use for any reason, he/she may stop that use — either by e-mail request or by modifying his/her registration information online.
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Removal from our Database
Should you ever wish to be removed from our database, simply contact us and we will be happy to fulfill your request. Additionally, should you wish further clarification of this policy, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.