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    ContinualIntegration.com's Privacy Policy

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    We would disclose your information (e.g., email address or credit card information) to authorities upon a subpoena request or other legal obligation to do so.  Such an event requiring us to disclose such information is not likely to happen. This policy is governed by the laws of Ohio. We have the right to amend the privacy policy at any time.

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    Website Disclaimer and Conditions of Use
    We are not responsible for the content of other websites -- even those that are linked from this one; use of continualintegration.com is conditioned on the fact that you will hold us harmless from injuries you may incur by clicking on links or doing business with the linked companies. This site continualintegration.com and its pages are for informational purposes only.  Use the content on this site and the external pages linked from this site at your own risk. 

    We do not take responsibility for the code, scripts, downloadable artifacts, and/or directions provided in the articles and quizzes on this site.  We do not warrant that the solutions will necessarily work for their stated purpose or are fit for any given particular purpose.  The solutions may have negative consequences such as lost data or reduced network protection.  While some of these articles give tips to harden servers or networks, with computer technology, crucial components may change rapidly.  Furthermore with servers or microservices, environments are diverse.  Therefore we accept no responsibility for the solutions on this page or the consequences of attempting the solutions here in.  Some solutions may leave a server or microservice component less secure or less reliable than it originally was. 

    We assume no liability for data loss, software piracy, copyright infringement, patent infringement, or server unavailability due to you following or not following the directions available on this web page.  You are advised to consult with a professional before running the programs or following the solutions on this site.  As we have no control over the content on external sites, those sites could be compromised, the content could change, or the content could become outdated. If you do not agree with any of these terms, please do not use the website.

    For anything sensitive or in production in I.T., we recommend you hire a knowledgeable professional to ensure you follow recommended practices for security and reliability in your solutions (including writing code, configuring operating systems, routers, or firewalls).