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Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial: Terms and Conditions


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Information Rights: Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial may retain and use for its own purposes all information you provide, including but not limited to Targets, URLs, the content of ads, and contact and billing information. Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial may share this information about you with business partners and/or sponsors. Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial will not sell your information. Your name, web site’s URL and related graphics shall be used by Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial in its own web site at any time as a sample to the public, even if your Advertising Campaign has been finished.

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