The Myers & Briggs Foundation

This Statement describes the Myers & Briggs Foundation's information gathering and dissemination practices for our web services at and linked pages (collectively, "the Web Site" or "our Site"). By visiting our Web Site, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Statement.

Collection and Use of E-mail and User Information

The Myers & Briggs Foundation does not collect your personal information except when you knowingly provide such information as the result of the use of one or more of the features of this web site.

The Myers & Briggs Foundation maintains strict security over all information you share, and uses such information to provide you with a better web site and related services. We may share aggregate demographic information (but not data specific to any individual) with other publishers and training organizations in order for them to gain a better understanding of the traffic patterns on the Web Site.

In most cases, the Myers & Briggs Foundation will not share your contact or demographic information with entities unrelated to the Myers & Briggs Foundation, or its affiliated parties. We may, however, use such information to notify you of important changes to our Web Site or of special offers, services, or products we think you'll find valuable.

Diagnostic Problems

We may use your Internet address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer the Web Site.

Guidelines Regarding Children

Personal information about children is a concern for all of us. At the Myers & Briggs Foundation, we take the protection of children's privacy very seriously. We do not encourage participation or visitation of our Site by children. If you are under thirteen, you may only use this Web Site with the involvement of a parent or guardian.

Customer Information

The Myers & Briggs Foundation has numerous security measures in place to protect you from the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. We request you not include any credit card information in e-mail correspondence with the Myers & Briggs Foundation.

Contact Information

If you have questions about this Privacy Statement or anything else about our Web Site, you can contact us at the following e-mail address:

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