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TAI privacy law

TAI has the responsibility of protecting your privacy when you use her website. While using our services, personal information such as your name, address and e-mail may be collected. We collect information about people who visit our website, members of TAI and those who support the activities of TAI.

The information collected includes those volunteered by you and those relating to activities you carried out while visiting our website. This information is collected to help us know more about you, help us to send you solicited information about TAI, to help us better understand how our services are used and to help us further develop our services.

Though information collected online will not be shared with a third party, however, in some instances we may share your information with a third party in which case you will be notified and prompted. Such an instance could include when you are trying to make a donation using the World pay plc or PayPal. Information collected in these instances is used only for the purpose of the stated transaction and no more. In general, we do not disclose any of your identifying personal information collected to a third party except in circumstances where we are obliged to do so by law. Information collected regarding your bank details such as credit card number and contact details over our secure page will be supplied to the third party responsible for processing the donation and for the sole aim of processing the transaction. Information you volunteer is only used by TAI and where this is not the case, TAI will let you know.

TAI may chose to make identifying information about you available to affiliate third party groups or business arm of the group for marketing reasons alone. TAI does not and will not sell information regarding you to other groups. You may get information from other organizations with similar aims as TAI and this is because we believe this will be to the benefit of the groups involved and for the advancement of our objectives. The accuracy of the information you give to us is very important and it is for this reason that we advise you inform us of any change in the information you have supplied us by using the contact us form.

While we strive to protect your personal information supplied to us online as best as we could, we however, cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you have offered, and when you share your information online, you do so at your own risk. This is because information sent over the internet cannot be guaranteed to be 100% secure.

Though our website do offer information that may be of use to people of different age groups, we would, however, generally advise that users below the age of 13 years should use our website under the guide of an adult while users below the age of 18 wishing to use information on our website about campaigns and fundraising should do so under the guide and supervision of an adult.