- Collection of Other Information. Log file information is automatically reported by your browser or mobile device each time you access the Service. When you use our Service, our servers automatically record certain log file information. These server logs may include anonymous information such as your web request, Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, browser type, referring / exit pages and URLs, number of clicks and how you interact with links on domain names, landing pages, pages viewed, and other such information.
- Retention, Storage and Disclosure of Personal Identifiable Information: TPA ensures that PII is safeguarded against loss, access, use, modification, disclosure or other misuse. All reasonable steps are taken to prevent unauthorized use or disclosure of your PII. TPA does not sell or rent PII to third parties. TPA does not otherwise disclose your PII to third parties, unless you have consented to such disclosure or such disclosure is required by law. TPA will retain your PII only for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose(s) for which it was collected and to comply with applicable laws.TPA will disclose your information where required to do so by law or subpoena or if we reasonably believe that such action is necessary to (a) comply with the law and the reasonable requests of law enforcement; (b) to enforce our Terms and Conditions or to protect the security, quality or integrity of our services; and/or (c) to exercise or protect the rights, property, or personal safety of TPA, our clients, or others.
- Children: TPA’s programs are not available to anyone under the age of thirteen (13).
- California Privacy Rights: Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1789.83, a California resident who has provided personal information to a business with whom he/she has established a business relationship for personal, family, or household purposes (“California customer”) is entitled to request information about whether the business has disclosed personal information to any third parties for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes. In general, if the business has made such a disclosure of personal information, upon receipt of a request by a California customer, the business is required to provide a list of all third parties to whom personal information was disclosed in the preceding calendar year, as well as a list of the categories of personal information that were disclosed. However, under the law, a business is not required to provide the above-described lists if the business adopts and discloses to the public a policy of not disclosing customer’s personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes unless the customer first affirmatively agrees to the disclosure, as long as the business maintains and discloses this policy. Rather, the business may comply with the law by notifying the customer of his or her right to prevent disclosure of personal information and providing a cost free means to exercise that right.
25200 Telegraph Rd
Southfield, MI 48033
Attention: Information Systems Department
Updated: February 9, 2015