In June 2017, AOL teamed up with Yahoo to become one company, called Oath. We have now unified and updated our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy which govern our relationship with you.

These documents explain how Oath and its brands, such as AOL Mail, are able to protect and manage your data in a secure way and provide you with great content and experiences.

As part of our integration activities and to improve our services to you, your AOL Mail service will be provided by our Irish company, Oath (EMEA) Limited.

In order to keep you and our AOL Mail users safe and secure, as well as to ensure a better product experience for you, Oath analyses your content and other information (including incoming and outgoing emails and instant messages, posts, photos, attachments and other communications) for security, anti-fraud, spam and product functionality reasons.

The new General Data Protection Regulation which comes into effect on 25 May 2018, provides you with more opportunities to better control your data. You can learn more about these controls in our Privacy Policy.

You will be asked to consent to the new Terms of Service and confirm you understand the new Privacy Policy. If you do not wish to have the new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy apply to you, you may choose to cancel your account and stop using our services.

From 25 May 2018, you will only be able to access your account under the new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Please read our FAQs for more details about the new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and their respective changes.