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Installing computer monitoring tools on computers you do not own or do not have permission to monitor may violate local, state or federal law.
Logging other people's keystrokes or breaking into other people's computer without their permission can be considered illegal by the courts of many countries. The monitoring software reviewed here is ONLY for authorized system administrators and/or owners of computers. We assume no liability and are not responsible for any misuse or damage caused by the keylogging software. The end user of this software is obliged to obey all applicable local, state, federal and other laws in his country of residence.
We understand the importance of personal information of our visitors and are interested in saving them from its loss or theft by third parties while visiting Keylogger.Org.
We respect our visitors and understand their concerns about the protection of their personal information. This policy is intended to ensure the visitors of our website that all the personal information provided by them is handled safely and responsibly. Additionally, this information is posted for our visitors to know what information we collect, how we handle it, and whom we can share it with.
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