|General Privacy Statement
There are three types of information that TIA collects on our web sites:
General Personal Identification Information
When you request or order a product or resource, register or sign up for a TIA event, or engage TIA through any other type of business relationship, we may collect the following personal identification information: name, age, postal address, email address, credit card number, facts about your computer, profession, topics of interest, religious information, or any other similar information. User Surveys and Polling From time to time, as we see fit, TIA may request that you take part in a survey or poll. For example, you may see an advertisement on our web site to participate in our “Spiritual State of the Nation” survey. These surveys and polls are completely voluntary and may be either posted on our web sites or sent out via email. You may easily decline to participate or elect to not receive email surveys in the future.
Web Site Usage
In order to benchmark performance of our web sites, TIA logs anonymous information each time you visit the site. This information includes: Time and Date of visit, IP address, host, client (browser type) and the referrer by which you came to our web site. This information is used strictly for statistical analysis. In addition to anonymous information, TIA may collect and track web site usage patterns for our subscribed members. This may include pageview history, search queries, media file access and downloads, length of visit, number of features used, etc. This information is kept completely confidential and may be used for the purposes of providing enhanced web offerings on our web sites in the future. This web site usage information is NOT shared or sold to any third parties under any circumstances, the only exception being inquiries by local, state, federal, and international authorities.
How Information is Used
Information that is collected may be used for the following purposes:
Special Email Communications
From time to time, as TIA sees fit, we may send out email communications asking you to support TIA both prayerfully and financially. Although we take care to not send these types of emails frequently, we respect your request to cease receiving such emails. At the bottom of each email there is a link that reads, “To modify your email subscription, please click here.” When you click on the link, you will be taken to a web page where you can modify your email subscriptions, or cease all future email transmissions from TIA. In addition, you may request to no longer receive email communications from TIA by sending an email to email@example.com, or by telephone at 1-800-988-7884. You may also send us a written notice of your request.
Our mailing address is:
Truth in Action Ministries
PO Box 1600,
Ft Lauderdale FL 33302.
You may review and modify your personal identification as well as your personal preferences for email communications several different ways:
At the time of subscription, you are presented with different options for your email preferences
Security of Personal Information
Updates or Modifications to Policy