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- Where iCodeBlog is required to do so by law and any order of the court.
- Where it is necessary to identify anyone who may be violating the rights of others or the law in general.
- Where iCodeBlog intends to co-operate with the investigation of any alleged unlawful activities without being required to by virtue of any court order or other legal requirement.
- Where it is necessary to protect the rights of iCodeBlog.
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We use all reasonable precautions to securely maintain all information given to us by our registered members and we are not responsible for any breach of the reasonable security measures installed to protect the said information. We are not responsible for the private policies of any site linked to, or from, iCodeBlog.
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