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We collect these data to help our users provide fast and easy logins. We also use it to customize the web page according to user behavior to ensure a better browsing experience.
We do not intentionally store or disclose any potentially personally-identifying information that your browser provides to us in our cookies.
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We reserve the right to take legal action against any person/company who uses the website owner’s name, blog posts or video content without taking written consent from the site authority.
Other than to affiliate organizations and our employees, inbox.com reserves the right to disclose your personally-identifying information in response to a governmental request, judicial proceeding or subpoena. We may also disclose account information in order to protect our legal rights or to bring legal action against someone who might be violating our Terms of Service or posing a threat to our users and the public, in general.