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Personal Financial Information

AOL may collect personal financial information when you use AOL financial features (such as My Portfolios or wallet). You agree to receive future notices required under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act through the posting of this Privacy Policy online.

To use the portfolio feature on AOL, for example, you specify the types of stocks and funds you wish to monitor, the names of the particular stocks of interest to you, and their purchase price ("portfolio information"). To give you updated information when you use these features, AOL servers automatically collect and store the portfolio information that you provide.

AOL does not disclose information from the use of AOL financial features to unaffiliated third parties other than in the limited circumstances permitted by law (for example, in response to legal process). Any sharing of AOL financial information is subject to your choices. This policy does not apply, however, to financial information that you provide to a third party in connection with your use of their sites or offerings.

Only employees and contractors who need to know this information in order to provide this service to you are authorized to access AOL financial information.