Born Living does not sell, rent, exchange or otherwise disclose our mailing lists or personal information about our site visitors.
Born Living does not track individual visitors to our website. Our site captures limited information (user-agent, last URI requested by the user, client-side and server-side clickstreams) about visits to our site, but we use this information only to analyze general traffic patterns (e.g. what pages are most/least popular) and to perform routine system maintenance.
If you choose to email us and provide personally identifiable information about yourself, we will not use the information for any purpose other than to respond to your inquiry.
If you are interested in joining our mailing list, we ask for your email address. This information is not used for any other purpose.
When and if we add new features to this site they will reflect our commitment to individual privacy. Any personal information required for new features will only be used for the purpose for which you provided it.
Born Living will:
(1) provide to anyone, upon request, notice of their ability to opt out of information exchanges
(2) honor customer opt out requests not to have their contact information transferred to others for marketing purposes
(3) accept and maintain requests to stop receiving communication or other solicitations from us.
This website contains links to other websites that are operated and maintained by third parties and are not under the control or supervision of Born Living.
Born Living reserves the right to change this agreement and to make changes to any of the products or programs described in the site at any time without notice or liability. Any such revisions are prospectively binding on you and therefore you should periodically visit this page when you use the site to review the current agreement that binds you.
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Turning on cookies
Each browser has menus you can use to enable cookies. On Netscape browsers, look under Edit, Preferences, Privacy and Security. On Internet Explorer browsers, look under Tools, Internet Options, Privacy tab.
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