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Privacy & Terms of Use


STABIL Privacy Policy

We respect your privacy and do not share our information with outside organizations or businesses. 

We do not collect personally identifiable information about you on the STABIL site without your knowledge. It is our policy to collect information through the voluntary participation of the user. This information will only be used within STABIL to better serve the needs of the user subject to applicable federal and state law and it will not be shared with parties outside STABIL or for purposes other than as stated herein. 

It is our policy to maintain copies of user information as part of our site's standard backup/archive process. 

In addition to personal information collected directly from users, we do collect various non-personal information such as user traffic patterns, page views, click-through rates, polling and search terms that are entered into our search functionality. We also collect information about the IP address, operating system and browser software used when a visitor enters our site. As a general matter, all information is collected so that we may serve you better.


Links to Other Internet Third Party Web Sites

In order to meet your information needs, the STABIL site contains many links to other Internet web sites. Unless otherwise explicitly stated, STABIL is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these sites, including the accuracy or reliability of its information. 

Access to third party sites is provided through the use of links, banner ads and other 'click-throughs'. While some of these sites will offer goods or services of third parties, note that your use of those services is a matter entirely between you and the associated third parties. STABIL incurs no liability whatsoever for any such access or use.



Through your continued use of the STABIL site, you are implicitly agreeing that full and complete security does not exist anywhere, including on the Internet. Note that email messages and other communication methods will not be encrypted unless we advise you otherwise.

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