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- Third party use: Occasionally we make our customer list available to other reputable organizations so you may receive (mail) offers you might find interesting. However your e-mail address will NOT be released to any third party and we will NOT share with others any demographic information that you may provide to us. From time to time we may sponsor product alerts from advertisers. To stop receiving such e-mails, follow the unsubscribe instructions in the e-mail.
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Use of social media web sites: SDR uses Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and YouTube as additional ways to provide information to the public.
Using these media, SDR generally will not collect, maintain, or disseminate personally identifiable information about individuals who “follow,” “like” or comment upon IOFM information.
A few other specific exceptions may apply, for example, with Twitter, we may quote a “tweet” in our news clips, adding the name of the reporter to give him or her credit.