Privacy Policy

TASProvider has created this privacy policy for this site in order to demonstrate its firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses TASProvider’s information gathering and dissemination practices for the information collected through this site from adults and children 13 and over.

By using the site, you agree to the terms and conditions of this Policy. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions of the Policy, please do not use the site.

PRIVACY POLICY

  1. TASProvider’s Collection and Use of Information
  2. Personal Information
    We will only collect personally identifiable information about you, such as your name, address and email address, when you provide it to us while on the site such as when you set up an account, enter a sweepstakes, sign up for newsletters, participate in a survey, contact customer service, or otherwise interact with this site. Your personal information is used by us to respond to your requests, to process your transactions, for administrative purposes, to process prizes, and to send you information about TASProvider’s programs and, occasionally, advertising/promotional material from some of its advertising and strategic partners. We may also use your personal information for internal business purposes, such as analyzing and managing our businesses. You may opt-out of receiving certain future information or communications (see the Opt-In/Choice section below). The personal information you provide to this site may be combined with information you provide to the TASProvider Site, with demographic and other information that is publicly available, or with other information about you that TASProvider may otherwise obtain online or offline.
  3. Financial Information
    We will only collect financial information, such as account or credit card numbers, from you when you provide it to us when making purchases on this site or using certain features of this site. We will use your financial information to process your transactions. By making a purchase on this site, you consent to our providing your financial information to our service providers and to such third parties as we determine is necessary to process your transactions. These third parties may include the credit card companies and banking institutions used to process the transaction.
  4. Demographic Information
    We may also collect demographic data, such as your date of birth, gender and postal code. Demographic data may be used to tailor your experience at this site, such as showing you content including special events and advertising that you might be interested in, and displaying the content according to your postal code.

On occasion, aggregate information that does not identify any particular user may be compiled and shared with strategic partners, merchants and advertisers.

  1. Passive Collection of Non-Personal Information.
    This site often requires the use of encrypted or non-encrypted cookies, pieces of information that a web site places in a file on your computer associated with your browser that may be used to deliver content specific to your interests and for other purposes, such as security and other account administrative functions, and which may track personal identifying information. This information is processed passively by your browser as you surf through this site.

TASProvider also collects ” referrers ” information, IP addresses and various environmental variables.

•A “referrer” is information the Web browser passes along to our web servers that references the URL from which you came.

•The “IP address” is a number used by computers on the network to identify your computer so that data can be transmitted to you.

•”Environmental variables” include, among other things, the domain from which you access the Internet, the time you accessed this site, type of Web browsers and operating system or platform used, the Internet address of the web site you left to visit this site, the names of the pages you visit while at this site, and the Internet address of the web site you then visit.

This information is collected for TASProvider’s internal use such as to enhance web site security, to detect broad demographic trends, to assist TASProvider in providing content tailored to your interests, and to otherwise enhance your experience on this site. This information may also be shared with third parties on an aggregate and non-personally identifiable basis.

  1. Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
  2. Strategic Partners
    From time to time we may enter into a special relationship with another company that is not owned by or affiliated with TASProvider to provide additional features on a Site. These special relationships may include business partners, sponsors, and co-branded sites (referred to here as “co-branded pages”). Any information, including personal information that you provide on any co-branded page will be shared with the third party partners featured on that co-branded page. By participating in activities or providing your information on these co-branded pages or in connection with promotions involving third party sponsors or business partners, you also consent to our providing your personal information to those third parties. Since these third parties will use your information in accordance with their own privacy practices, you should check their Web sites for information regarding their privacy policies.
  3. Service Providers
    We may use third party service providers to help us operate our business and this site or administer activities on our behalf, such as authorization of credit card transactions, order fulfillment and sweepstakes administration. We may share your information with these third parties for those limited purposes. For instance, if you participate in a sweepstakes, game, or loyalty program resulting in a prize or award, we will share personally identifiable information about you to our games and merchandise fulfillment and management agencies.
  4. Other Disclosures
    Unless otherwise specified in this Privacy Policy or Site specific or activity specific privacy policy, personally identifiable information of any individual user is never shared with other companies outside TASProvider and its joint ventures, except as follows: (i) as permitted by law, (ii) in the event of a transfer of ownership, assets or a bankruptcy of TASProvider, (iii) where we determine that disclosure of specific information is necessary to comply with the request of a law enforcement or regulatory agency, or (iv) to protect the interests or safety of TASProvider or other visitors to this site.

III. LINKS AND THIRD PARTIES’ PRIVACY PRACTICES
This site may contain links to other sites which are not operated by TASProvider. TASProvider IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PRIVACY PRACTICES OR THE CONTENT OF SUCH OTHER WEB SITES. TASProvider recommends that you review the privacy policy of third party Web sites arrived at from links on this site.

  1. SECURITY
    This site has security measures in place to help protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under its control. TASProvider employs security measures consistent with standard industry practice to help protect against public access to personal and account activity information collected on and used by TASProvider at this site. For instance, all access to our databases wherein personal information is kept is logged for security purposes and access is limited to key personnel. Certain specific activities are protected using a secure communications encryption technology called SSL, i.e., during registration, while editing your demographic profile, and when requesting password help. SSL (stands for Secure Sockets Layer) is a method for hiding information to prevent others from intercepting and reading the data sent between the client (your computer) and the server (this site). All personal information and account activity are also protected through the use of user names and passwords. In order to help maintain the security of your information, you should protect the confidentiality of your user name and password.
  2. OPT-IN/CHOICE
    This site provides you with the opportunity to opt-in to receive marketing communications from TASProvider. If you do not opt-in, TASProvider will not send you its promotional offers. However, regardless of your opt-in preferences, TASProvider may still at times send program emails for administrative reasons. Note: Your opt-out preference may not be retroactive in certain instances where you agreed to receive brand-specific communications.

    TASProvider also gives you convenient methods for removing your information from our database so as not to receive future communications or to close your account. You may opt-out on the Account profile page.

You may send mail to the following postal address:
TASProvider
Website Customer Care
600-200 Yorkland Blvd.
North York, ON
M2J 5C1

VI. UPDATES TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY
TASProvider reserves the right to make changes in this Privacy Policy. In the event that TASProvider makes a material change to this Privacy Policy, it will be posted here. We encourage you to check this page regularly since your continued use of this site following any changes to this Privacy Policy will be deemed to constitute your acceptance of such change.

VII. REVIEWING/CORRECTING/UPDATING YOUR INFORMATION
This site gives you several options for reviewing, correcting, updating or otherwise modifying information you have previously provided. You may make changes and updates on the Account profile page.

You may send mail to the following postal address:
TASProvider
600-200 Yorkland Blvd.
North York, ON
M2J 5C1

Please note, changes may not be effective immediately.

VIII. CONTACTING TASProvider
If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or the practices of this site, you may contact:

TASProvider
Website Customer Care
600-200 Yorkland Blvd.
North York, ON
M2J 5C1

Tel: (647) 812-6476
LAST UPDATED: December, 2022

Spam Abuse

Thank you for reading TASProvider’s Acceptable Use Policy.

We created this document to give our users an understanding of Internet-sensitive practices, and to outline our policies on such matters as spam, harassment and unsolicited advertising.

Acceptable Use Policy

SPAM (Usenet)

Usenet spam is defined by TASProvider as any message, commercial, non-profit or opinion, which is individually posted to several newsgroups at one time. Especially when the content is for commercial, and/or obviously considered to be off-topic by the participants of the group (For example, posting your political views on world-events to a non-political group such as rec.pet.cats). You may cross-post messages, by clicking on several newsgroups and posting one message to them: cross-posting is acceptable as your message goes to several groups, but readers will only see it once. It still should be of limited scope, non-commercial except in appropriate newsgroups, the message should be topical to the groups – yet the groups should be different in focus.

TASProvider generally declines to intervene in the case of debates, and does not consider spam complaints to be credible if they arise from disputes of this nature. The policies of the Usenet group, mailing list or Web forum will be taken into account in our consideration of such situations, but this is not the only factor TASProvider takes into consideration.

Sending unsolicited mail messages, including, without limitation, commercial advertising and informational announcements, is explicitly prohibited. A user shall not use another site’s mail server to relay mail without the express permission of the site.

HARASSMENT

Any message (of any content) which is repeated after warning or notification is given that such message(s) are unwelcome constitutes harassment under TASProvider’s policies. If you are warned by an Internet user to stop sending e-mail, or are notified that your attentions or opinions are unwanted, the best response is to immediately drop all communication with this individual.

We generally decline to intervene in the case of debates. If, in our judgment, the exchange is mutual, and if the complainant does not also agree to terminate comment, then we will not consider it harassment should you continue to participate on a public newsgroup or forum only. We will not consider such an exchange to be harassment. The policies of the Usenet group, mailing list or Web forum will be taken into account in our consideration of such situations, but this is not the only factor we consider.

UNSOLICITED ADVERTISING

TASProvider has a zero-tolerance policy towards Bulk Unsolicited Commercial E-mail (BUCE, also called “SPAM”).

Accounts may be terminated if:

  • TASProvider receives complaints from Internet users that they find themselves unwillingly subscribed to a mailing list.
  • TASProvider receives complaints of multiple copies of the same message being sent to the same address.
  • The volume of outgoing mail from one subscriber is sufficient to negatively impact the quality of service to TASProvider’s other customers.
  • TASProvider receives complaints of any kind of e-mail message with faked headers that can be traced to a particular TASProvider account.
  • TASProvider receives complaints that a commercial advertisement has been cross-posted to multiple Usenet Groups or Web forums (especially Usenet groups to which the message is considered off-topic – for example, a message about car-parts to the alt.binaries groups).
  • TASProvider receives complaints from its upstream providers about AUP violations.
  • Web Hosting accounts will be terminated if it is determined that their owners are using TASProvider or a third-party ISP to advertise using BUCE.

SPECIFIC VIOLATIONS:

Without limiting the generality of this Acceptable Use Policy, the following activities are specifically prohibited by this Acceptable Use Policy:

  • Copyright Infringement: Direct copyright infringement is a direct violation of the Acceptable Use Policy.
  • Email Bombing: The sending, return, bouncing or forwarding of email to specified user(s) in an attempt to interfere with or over flow email services is a direct violation of the acceptable use policy.
  • Proxy Email (SPAM): The use of dedicated services to proxy email unsolicited users is a direct violation of the acceptable use policy. Proxy email is defined as the use of dedicated services to act in concert with other services located inside and outside the network to achieve mass unsolicited email (SPAM) to unrelated third parties.
  • Illegal Use: Any use of TASProvider services in direct attempt of statutory illegal activities is a direct violation of the acceptable use policy. This includes, but is not limited to: death threats, terroristic threats, threats of harm to another individual, multi-level marketing schemes, “ponzi schemes”, invasion of privacy, credit card fraud, racketeering, defamation, slander, and other common illegal activities.
  • Child Pornography: TASProvider has a zero-tolerance stance policy on child pornography and related sites. The hosting of child pornography or related sites or contact information is in direct violation of federal law and the Acceptable Use Policy.
  • Threats & Harassment: The TASProvider network can be utilized for any type of individual, organizational or business use. This does not include threats or harassment to individuals. TASProvider seeks to serve only as the medium of exchange for information and refrains from decisions on freedom of speech.
  • Fraudulent Activities: TASProvider prohibits utilizing any Services for fraudulent activities. Notification of fraudulent activities by verified third parties can result in violation of the acceptable use policy.
  • Denial of Service: TASProvider absolutely prohibits the use of the Services for the origination or control of denial of service (DoS) attacks or distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Any relation to DoS or DDoS type activity is a direct violation of the acceptable use policy.
  • Terrorist Websites: TASProvider prohibits the use of any services for the hosting of terrorist related websites. This includes but is not limited to sites advocating human violence and hate crimes based upon religion, ethnicity, or country of origin.
  • Distribution of Malware: TASProvider prohibits the storage, distribution, fabrication, or use of malware including virus software, root kits, password crackers, adware, key stroke capture programs and other programs normally used in malicious activity. Programs used in the normal ordinary course of business are deemed acceptable. Example: Security Company hosting at TASProvider analyzes the latest root kit for new security analysis software.
  • Phishing: TASProvider strictly prohibits any activity associated with Phishing or systems designed to collect personal information (name, account numbers, usernames, passwords, etc.) under false pretense. Splash pages, phishing forms, email distribution, proxy email or any relation to phishing activities will result in immediate removal.
  • HYIP or Ponzi Schemes: High Yield Investment Plans or Ponzi schemes with the intent to defraud end users are illegal and not allowed on the network. This includes hosting, linking and or advertising via email, websites or schemes designed to defraud.

TASProvider may only be used for lawful purposes. Transmission of any material in violation of any Federal, Provincial or local regulation is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to copyrighted material, material legally judged to be threatening or obscene, or material protected by trade secret.

On the first complaint, the account will be suspended until such time as the customer provides written assurances that the abusive pattern will not be repeated. The customer will be contacted and informed of the suspension as soon as possible.

It is the policy of TASProvider that commercial mailing lists are acceptable, provided that all e-mail addresses on the list are willing subscribers.

These policies supersede all previous representations, understandings or agreements and shall prevail notwithstanding and variance with terms and conditions of any order submitted. They are subject to changes and additions without notice.

Guidelines for Submitting Complaints about Abusive Usenet or Web Forum Users on Moderated Discussion Groups.

We receive relatively few complaints about abuse on the Usenet or in Web forums, and when there is a dispute it is usually due to lack of information. As we have grave concerns about censorship on the Internet, particularly on the Usenet, we generally decline to intervene. There must be a clear violation of the law, or a grievous abuse of the Usenet (such as spamming, or cross-posting to numerous unrelated newsgroups). In the case of moderated or private Web forums or discussion groups, we maintain that moderators either possess the tools to enforce their own guidelines, or should be responsible for obtaining such tools. Web forums can be easily password-protected to lock out objectionable participants.

Please keep in mind the following concerns when sending complaints

  • Include a copy of the objectionable material with full headers.
  • Include the URLs for your guidelines, Terms of Service, or a copy of the mission statement or charter, and the name and e-mail address of the moderator.
  • Send the complaint only to [email protected]

Please do not e-mail our technical support or corporate officers. When complaints are directed to multiple addresses, our response time is often delayed as the different messages bounce from department to department before reaching the abuse administrator. Occasionally there will be no response because two different departments will assume that one of the others has directed the message to [email protected]

If the abuse involves threatening behavior or there is no response from [email protected] after five days, please contact [email protected], and include copies of your correspondence.

 

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