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Privacy Policy



In general, Tabx does not require any personally identifying information. Instead we require only publically accessible business information. Whilst our product is proprietary, we attempt to adhere to every GNU ethical point barring disclosure of our unique source code (a small fraction of the Tabx source code). Tabx strongly reccomends that you register with your company contact information only, thereby protecting your personal information by ommission. Privacy and data is paramount to our business ethics.

1. Information that we collect

2. How we use the information

We treat all the information we collect, including any queries and data sent to support, as information that is private to you. We do not use the information for our own purposes except in the limited circumstances described in this privacy policy or unless we have your express consent. We do not sell your survey data to third parties. We use and/or disclose your information in the following ways:

3. Your rights to your information

You can:

4. Your responsibilities

By using TABX you agree to comply with any and all laws, policies, regulation and data protection requirements that are applicable to the data that you have uploaded, such as the requirement to inform survey respondents about the specific uses and disclosures of their data (where applicable)

5. How long we retain your data

We usually retain customer data for as long as they have an account with us and for longer if likely to be required to resolve disputes, enforce agreements or fulfil legal obligations. Residual copies of data may remain on our backup media after it has been deleted, for a period of time until final deletion.

6. Changes to this privacy policy

We reserve the right to modify this policy at any time. If the policy is modified we will notify you by publishing the changes on this site.

7. Security

We are strongly committed to keeping your information secure. Please see our Security Statement. However, regardless of the security protections and precautions that we undertake, there is always a risk that unauthorized third parties may view and use information that is transmitted using the internet. Also, please note that information that you post on blogs, community forums and other publicly accessible forums is not, in any sense, secure.

8. Miscellaneous

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