It’s our responsibility to protect the personal information we store, and we take it very seriously. Black Mount employees and contractors can only access personal information when expressly required by their jobs. We only keep your Personal Information as long as we need it for business, tax or legal purposes.


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If you’re concerned about cookies, you can use your browser tools to delete or ‘clear’ all the cookies currently stored by your browser. You can also block and permanently disable cookies. You can also download tools to help you identify which cookies are being left on your computer, and decide which to permit and which to block. Removing cookies may prevent some types of digital advertising from occurring. But it may also prevent you from using some services that rely on cookies.


All our employees and contractors are bound by the Black Mount Code of Conduct. The Code ensures that as individuals and as a company we understand and comply with all the laws and regulations that apply to our business, as well as Blackmount’s own policies and procedures. Employees and contractors who do not comply with the Code of Conduct may face disciplinary action, including termination of their employment.