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You are solely responsible for obtaining, installing, and maintaining suitable equipment and software, including any necessary system or software upgrades, patches or other fixes, which are or may become necessary to access About You on the Internet. Minimum systems requirements apply to the use of About You on the Internet and it is your responsibility to ensure your computer system complies with these requirements. You are responsible for management of your information, including but not limited to back-up and restoration of data, erasing data from disk space you control and changing data on your router. You are also responsible for development and maintenance of any security procedures you deem appropriate, such as logon security and encryption of data, user ID and password on your router and firewalls, to protect your information. The Company is not responsible for back-up and restoration of your information or for any loss of or disablement of access to your information, without limitation. You agree that information required by the Web Site software (including any personalized information) and other identifying information requested by About You on the Internet or other supplier software may be placed in our domain. In addition, you agree and understand that the Company is not responsible for nor is it liable for the loss or accidental dissemination to others of any of your personal information when you use About You on the Internet.
If you are a non-exempt employee, Verizon's policy prohibits you from accessing work-related sites during non-working hours unless you are specifically authorized to do so by your supervisor.
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