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Disclosures to Third Parties
Because Vulcan does not accept or collect Submission Information on a confidential or proprietary basis, from time to time Vulcan may disclose your Submission Information to third parties, including, without limitation, other potential investors, our consultants, our representatives, our affiliated companies and others.
Disclosures for Legal Reasons
Vulcan will also disclose Submission Information when it believes, in its sole discretion, that the law requires such disclosure or that such disclosure is necessary to protect and defend the rights or property of Vulcan or others or act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of the public or the users of the Site.
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Last Updated: August 25, 2005