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S.C. DHEC reserves the right to limit third-party links to other state, federal and local government sites, or to sites operated by partners with whom S.C. DHEC conducts ongoing health- or environment-related programs and activities that benefit the goal of healthy people living in healthy communities.
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S.C. DHEC will not disclose personal information collected from users to private third parties unless the law
requires such disclosure. Laws exist in South Carolina to ensure government is open and that the public has a right
to access appropriate records and information possessed by a government agency. At the same time, however, there are
exceptions to the public's right to access certain records in order to preserve the privacy of individuals.