We will not share, sell, rent, swap or authorise any third party to use your email address for commercial purposes without your permission.
Scripting is used by https://ttapfactory.com to improve the functionality of the Website. Using scripting technology allows https://ttapfactory.com to return information more quickly to the user. Scripting is never used by https://ttapfactory.com to install software on the user’s computer or to collect unauthorised information from the user.
Information Collected by TTAP Factory
In addition to information actively provided by individuals using TTAP Factory Websites, the TTAP Web servers routinely record the following information each time the sites are used:
- Internet address of the computer being used.
- Web pages requested.
- Network software access.
- Referring Web page.
- Browser used.
- Date, time and duration of activity.
- Passwords and accounts accessed.
- Volume of data storage and transfers.
- Server space used for e-mail.
TTAP uses this information to monitor and preserve the functioning and integrity of the system. TTAP may use such aggregate information to improve access to content based on visitors’ browsers and operating system types to make content available to as many online visitors as possible. TTAP does not link the log data collected to the personal information one submits online when participating in or signing up for TTAP programs and activities.
In cases of suspected violations of TTAP policies, especially unauthorised access to computing systems, the system administrator concerned may authorise detailed session logging. This may involve capturing and retaining a complete keystroke log of an entire session. In addition, a system administrator for the equipment involved may authorise limited searching of user files on individual or networked computers to gather evidence on a suspected violation.
TTAP does not store personal information in cookies nor link or combine information collected through cookies with any personal information that children submit online when participating in TTAP activities. Additionally, cookies can be disabled on most personal computers by indicating this in the preferences or options menus in the browser.
Although every effort is made to secure network communications, TTAP cannot ensure the privacy of online communications. Individuals using online services should also take steps to protect personal information, such as closing the Web browser when finished using the site. Failure to do so may result in personal data being viewed by someone else using the same computer.
TTAP ensures that personally identifiable information is secure, including limiting the number of people who have access to our database servers and electronic security systems with password protections that guard against unauthorised access.
Changes to this Policy