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As you explore our website, you may come across forms in which we ask you to provide us voluntarily with information about yourself. In most of these instances we are seeking only your e-mail address so that we can send you the specific information that you request, such as a newsletter. If you decide to submit your e-mail address, we will not use your name or e-mail address for non-relevant communication and will not sell or rent your name or address to third parties.
At other places in this site, we ask for your feedback, opinion or suggestions, and provide you with a form or link for e-mailing us your response. If you send your e-mail or submit such a form to us, it will include your e-mail address in the "From" line. Unless you specifically ask to be added to a mailing list, we promise to use the e-mail address we receive in this manner only for the purpose of responding to your questions or suggestions, and will not approach you with unsolicited offers or provide your e-mail address to anyone else.
If you have previously provided us with your e-mail address and later decide that you do not want us to have it, please email us at newpress @ thenewpress.com .