• Board of Directors

    We are seeking a founding Executive Director.

    Adelin Cai, Chair, Co-Founder

    Interim Co-Executive Director

    Adelin Cai has spent the last decade working with and leading teams responsible for product policies and their enforcement. As Pinterest’s former Head of Policy, she led the team that developed the company’s principles and core values around content moderation, covering a range of issues from hateful speech to medical (mis)information to dank memes. Prior to Pinterest, she ran Twitter’s Legal Ads Policy team, guiding policy and operations for Twitter’s self-serve and international advertising products.

    Clara Tsao, Co-Founder

    Interim Co-Executive Director

    Clara Tsao was a 2019 Mozilla Fellow examining the impact of policies related to content moderation, online disinformation, and terrorist content. Clara previously served as the Senior Advisor for Emerging Technology at the Department of Homeland Security and as Chief Technology Officer of US Government’s interagency Countering Violent Extremism and Countering Foreign Influence Task Force. Prior to government, Clara worked in Microsoft’s public sector team focused on digital literacy and worldwide education. Clara is a non-resident fellow focused on disinformation at German Marshall Fund and Atlantic Council, and a senior advisor for the UN-backed initative, Tech Against Terrorism.

    Alexander Macgillivray, Co-Founder

    Alexander “amac” Macgillivray has worked with or supported trust and safety professionals over the last two decades. He was Deputy Chief Technology Officer of the United States in the Obama administration, General Counsel at Twitter, and Deputy General Counsel at Google. He has processed removal requests, crafted successful and unsuccessful content policies, and reviewed more terrible content than he would like to remember.

    Photo credit Doc Searls licensed under CC-BY

    Denelle Dixon

    Denelle Dixon is the CEO and Executive Director of the Stellar Development Foundation, a nonprofit organization using blockchain to unlock the world’s economic potential by making money more fluid, markets more open, and people more empowered. Before joining Stellar, Denelle served as COO of Mozilla, the mission-driven, open-source software organization. During her tenure at Mozilla, she led the organization’s business, revenue and policy teams including the ongoing fight for net neutrality and the global effort to ensure that people can control their personal data.

    Eric Goldman, Co-Founder

    Eric Goldman is a Professor of Law at Santa Clara University School of Law. He has been writing about and teaching Internet law for a quarter-century. Before entering academia full-time, Goldman was General Counsel at consumer review site Epinions.com. He founded the Content Moderation at Scale conference series, which brought together hundreds of trust and safety professionals in 2018 and 2019.

  • Advisors

    Alex Feerst

    Alex Feerst is General Counsel at Neuralink, a startup developing implantable brain-machine interfaces. He spent four years as Head of Legal and Head of Trust and Safety at Medium, where he led creation and enforcement of the platform’s content policies, and continues to advise the company on trust and safety issues. He is working on an oral history of online content moderation, excerpted online as “Your Speech, Their Rules.” He serves as President of the San Francisco Intellectual Property Association, a board member of the Responsible Data Economy Foundation, and a fellow at Stanford University’s Center for Internet and Society.

    Christine Chen

    Christine Chen has worked at the intersection of technology, policy, communications, and international affairs for more than two decades. She formerly led international and content policy communications at Facebook. Previously, she worked at Google, where her roles included leading public policy at YouTube, managing public policy strategy around free expression and international relations at Google, and leading privacy communications. Christine previously served on the board of directors at the Global Network Initiative. Prior to her career in Silicon Valley, she was a magazine journalist at Foreign Policy, Fortune, and Newsweek.

    Daphne Keller

    Daphne Keller is the Director of Platform Regulation at Stanford University’s Cyber Policy Center, where her work focuses on platform regulation and Internet users’ rights. She has published both academically and in mainstream media; testified and participated in legislative processes; and taught and lectured extensively. Her recent work focuses on legal protections for users’ free expression rights when state and private power intersect. Until 2015, Daphne was Associate General Counsel for Google, where she had primary responsibility for the company’s search products. She worked on groundbreaking intermediary Liability litigation and legislation around the world and counseled both overall product development and individual content takedown decisions.

    Eric Davis

    Eric Davis has safeguarded brands, platforms, and billions of users from bad ads, bad apps, and other machinations of bad actors across global policy, product, and engineering functions throughout his career. He was Senior Director for Product Management at NortonLifelock (previously Symantec), where his work included leading product requirements and implementation addressing GDPR and other privacy regulations globally. Previously, he worked for 13 years at Google, where he held product policy and public policy leadership roles. Eric also founded and led Google's Android Security Investigations and Operations, Anti-Malvertising, and Trust and Safety teams. Earlier in his career, he was the charter International Product Manager for Trust & Safety at eBay.

    Micah Schaffer

    Micah Schaffer was an original member of YouTube's User Operations team in 2006, where he led the creation of YouTube's Trust and Safety program, including content policies, policy enforcement, and law enforcement operations. In 2013, he joined Snapchat as Director of Operations and developed its Trust and Safety organization, later serving as Director of Public Policy for Snap Inc. He currently works as a policy consultant.

    Nicole Wong

    Nicole Wong specializes in assisting high-growth technology companies to develop international privacy, content, and regulatory strategies. She previously served as Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer in the Obama Administration, where she focused on internet, privacy, and innovation policy. Prior to her time in government, Nicole was Google’s Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, and Twitter’s Legal Director for Products. She frequently speaks on issues related to law and technology, including five appearances before the U.S. Congress. Nicole chairs the board of Friends of Global Voices, and also sits on the boards of WITNESS, the Mozilla Foundation, and The Markup. Nicole currently serves as co-chair of the Digital Freedom Forum, and as an advisor to the AI Now Institute, the Alliance for Securing Democracy, Luminate, Refactor Capital, and the Albright Stonebridge Group.

    Tim Lordan

    Tim Lordan is the Executive Director for the Internet Education Foundation (IEF), a non-partisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public and policy makers about the potential of a decentralized global Internet to promote democracy, communications, and commerce. Mr. Lordan joined IEF in 1999. Under his leadership, the IEF assists the Congressional Internet Caucus Academy in educating Congress about the Internet and related policy issues. Mr. Lordan also founded several projects under IEF including the Congressional App Challenge, the Internet Law & Policy Foundry, and the State of the Net Conference series.

     

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TERMS OF USE

Last updated June 12th 2020

AGREEMENT TO TERMS
 
These Terms of Use constitute a legally binding agreement made between you, whether personally or on behalf of an entity (“you”) and Trust & Safety Professional Association (“TSPA”, “we”, “us”, or “our”), concerning your access to and use of the tspa.info website ( the “Site”). 

BY ACCESSING OR USING THE SITE, YOU AGREE THAT YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD, AND, AS A CONDITION TO YOUR USE OF THE SITE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY, THE FOLLOWING TERMS OF USE. IF YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE, OR DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS, THEN YOU DO NOT HAVE OUR PERMISSION TO USE THE SITE. YOUR USE OF THE SITE, AND TSPA’S PROVISION OF THE SITE TO YOU, CONSTITUTES AN AGREEMENT BY TSPA AND BY YOU, TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS OF USE. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. ELIGIBILITY
2. LICENSES
3. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
4. FEEDBACK
5. THIRD-PARTY WEBSITES AND CONTENT
6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY
7. MODIFICATION OF THESE TERMS OF USE
8. TERM AND TERMINATION
9. EFFECT OF TERMINATION
10. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
11. DISCLAIMER
12. PRIVACY POLICY
13. ADDITIONAL TERMS
14. MISCELLANEOUS
15. CONTACT US
1. ELIGIBILITY

You must be at least 18 years old to use the Site. By agreeing to these Terms of Use, you represent and warrant to us that: (i) you are at least 18 years of age; (ii) you have not previously been suspended or removed from the Site; and (iii) your use of the Site is in compliance with any and all applicable laws and regulations. If you are an entity, organization, or company, the individual accepting these Terms of Use on your behalf represents and warrants that they have authority to bind you to these Terms of Use and you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use.

The information provided on the Site is not intended for distribution to or use by any person or entity in any jurisdiction or country where such distribution or use would be contrary to law or regulation or which would subject us to any registration requirement within such jurisdiction or country. Accordingly, those persons who choose to access the Site from other locations do so on their own initiative and are solely responsible for compliance with local laws, if and to the extent local laws are applicable. 

2. LICENSES

Subject to your complete and ongoing compliance with these Terms of Use, TSPA grants you, solely for your personal, non-commercial use, a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable, revocable license to access and use the Site. Except and solely to the extent such a restriction is impermissible under applicable law, you may not: (i) reproduce, distribute, publicly display or publicly perform the Site; (ii) make modifications to the Site; or (iii) interfere with or circumvent any feature of the Site, including any security or access control mechanism. If you are prohibited under applicable law from using the Site, you may not use it. 

3. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Unless otherwise indicated, the Site and any content it contains (the “Content”) is our proprietary property and the trademarks, Site marks, and logos contained therein (the “Marks”) are owned or controlled by us or licensed to us, and are protected by copyright and trademark laws and various other intellectual property rights and unfair competition laws of the United States, foreign jurisdictions, and international conventions. Except as expressly provided in these Terms of Use, no part of the Site and no Content or Marks may be used or distributed without our express prior written permission. TSPA reserves all right in and to the Content and the Site not granted expressly in these Terms of Use.

4. FEEDBACK 

If you choose to provide input and suggestions regarding problems with or proposed modifications or improvements to the Site (“Feedback”), then you hereby grant TSPA an unrestricted, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, fully-paid, royalty-free right to exploit the Feedback in any manner and for any purpose, including to improve the Site and create other products and Sites.

5. THIRD-PARTY WEBSITES AND CONTENT

The Site may contain (or you may be sent via the Site) links to other websites (“Third-Party Websites”) as well as articles, photographs, text, graphics, pictures, designs, music, sound, video, information, applications, software, and other content or items belonging to or originating from third parties (“Third-Party Content”). Such Third-Party Websites and Third-Party Content are not investigated, monitored, or checked for accuracy, appropriateness, or completeness by us, and we are not responsible for any Third-Party Websites accessed through the Site or any Third-Party Content posted on, available through, or installed from the Site, including the content, accuracy, offensiveness, opinions, reliability, privacy practices, or other policies of or contained in the Third-Party Websites or the Third-Party Content. Inclusion of, linking to, or permitting the use or installation of any Third-Party Websites or any Third-Party Content does not imply approval or endorsement thereof by us.  

6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY

If you have an intellectual property rights-related complaint about material posted on the Site, you may contact our Designated Agent at:

Trust & Safety Professional Association
ATTN: Legal Department     
588 Sutter Street #608    
San Francisco, CA 94102  
Phone: (650) 223-5596
Email: [intellectualproperty@tspa.info]

Any notice alleging that materials hosted by or distributed through the Site infringe intellectual property rights must include substantially the following: an electronic or physical signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the right being infringed; a description of the intellectual property that you claim has been infringed; a description of the material that you claim is infringing and where it is located on the Site; your address, telephone number, and email address; a statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the use of the materials on the Site of which you are complaining is not authorized by the intellectual property owner, its agent, or the law; and a statement by you that the above information in your notice is accurate and that, under penalty of perjury, you are the intellectual property owner or authorized to act on the intellectual property owner’s behalf.

TSPA’s intellectual property policy is to: (i) remove or disable access to material that TSPA believes in good faith, upon notice from an intellectual property rights owner or his or her agent, is infringing the intellectual property rights of a third party by being made available through the Site; and (ii) in appropriate circumstances, to terminate the accounts of and block access to the Site by user who repeatedly or egregiously infringe other people’s copyrights or other intellectual property rights.

7. MODIFICATION OF THESE TERMS OF USE

We reserve the right to change these Terms of Use on a going-forward basis at any time. Please check these Terms of Use periodically for changes. If a change to these Terms of Use materially modifies your rights or obligations, we may require that you accept the modified Terms of Use in order to continue to use the Site. Material modifications are effective upon your acceptance of the modified Terms of Use. Immaterial modifications are effective upon publication. Disputes arising under these Terms of Use will be resolved in accordance with the version of these Terms of Use that was in effect at the time the dispute arose.

8. TERM AND TERMINATION

THESE TERMS OF USE SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT WHILE YOU USE THE SITE. WITHOUT LIMITING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THESE TERMS OF USE, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO, IN OUR SOLE DISCRETION AND WITHOUT NOTICE OR LIABILITY, DENY ACCESS TO AND USE OF THE SITE (INCLUDING BLOCKING CERTAIN IP ADDRESSES), TO ANY PERSON FOR ANY REASON OR FOR NO REASON, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION FOR BREACH OF ANY REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY, OR COVENANT CONTAINED IN THESE TERMS OF USE OR OF ANY APPLICABLE LAW OR REGULATION. WE MAY TERMINATE YOUR USE OR PARTICIPATION IN THE SITE AT ANY TIME, WITHOUT WARNING, IN OUR SOLE DISCRETION. 

9. EFFECT OF TERMINATION

Upon termination of these Terms of Use: (i) your license rights will terminate and you must immediately cease all use of the Site; and (ii) the Sections titled Eligibility, Intellectual Property Rights, Feedback, Third Party Websites and Content, Effect of Termination, Governing Law and Jurisdiction, Disclaimer, Privacy Policy and Miscellaneous will survive.

10. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION

These Terms of Use and your use of the Site are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California applicable to agreements made and to be entirely performed within the State of California, without regard to its conflict of law principles. The exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from or in connection with this agreement is San Francisco County, California, or the United States District Court for the Northern District of California and our dispute will be determined under California law.

11. DISCLAIMER

THE SITE IS PROVIDED ON AN AS-IS AND AS-AVAILABLE BASIS. YOU AGREE THAT YOUR USE OF THE SITE AND OUR SERVICES WILL BE AT YOUR SOLE RISK. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, WE DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN CONNECTION WITH THE SITE AND YOUR USE THEREOF, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF THE SITE’S CONTENT OR THE CONTENT OF ANY WEBSITES LINKED TO THE SITE AND WE WILL ASSUME NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY (1) ERRORS, MISTAKES, OR INACCURACIES OF CONTENT AND MATERIALS, (2) PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER, RESULTING FROM YOUR ACCESS TO AND USE OF THE SITE, (3) ANY UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO OR USE OF OUR SECURE SERVERS AND/OR ANY AND ALL PERSONAL INFORMATION AND/OR FINANCIAL INFORMATION STORED THEREIN, (4) ANY INTERRUPTION OR CESSATION OF TRANSMISSION TO OR FROM THE SITE, (5) ANY BUGS, VIRUSES, TROJAN HORSES, OR THE LIKE WHICH MAY BE TRANSMITTED TO OR THROUGH THE SITE BY ANY THIRD PARTY, AND/OR (6) ANY ERRORS OR OMISSIONS IN ANY CONTENT AND MATERIALS OR FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND INCURRED AS A RESULT OF THE USE OF ANY CONTENT POSTED, TRANSMITTED, OR OTHERWISE MADE AVAILABLE VIA THE SITE. WE DO NOT WARRANT, ENDORSE, GUARANTEE, OR ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY PRODUCT OR SERVICE ADVERTISED OR OFFERED BY A THIRD PARTY THROUGH THE SITE, ANY HYPERLINKED WEBSITE, OR ANY WEBSITE OR MOBILE APPLICATION FEATURED IN ANY BANNER OR OTHER ADVERTISING, AND WE WILL NOT BE A PARTY TO OR IN ANY WAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MONITORING ANY TRANSACTION BETWEEN YOU AND ANY THIRD-PARTY PROVIDERS OF PRODUCTS OR SERVICES.  

LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
 
IN NO EVENT WILL WE OR OUR DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, OR AGENTS BE LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES, INCLUDING LOST PROFIT, LOST REVENUE, LOSS OF DATA, OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING FROM YOUR USE OF THE SITE, EVEN IF WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY CONTAINED HEREIN, OUR LIABILITY TO YOU FOR ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER AND REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF THE ACTION, WILL AT ALL TIMES BE LIMITED TO NO MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100). CERTAIN STATE LAWS DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CERTAIN DAMAGES. IF THESE LAWS APPLY TO YOU, SOME OR ALL OF THE ABOVE DISCLAIMERS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU, AND YOU MAY HAVE ADDITIONAL RIGHTS.

12. PRIVACY POLICY

Please read our Privacy Policy [link to privacy policy] carefully for information relating to our collection, use, storage, disclosure of your personal information. Our Privacy Policy is incorporated by this reference into, and made a part of, these Terms of Use.

13. ADDITIONAL TERMS

Your use of the Site is subject to all additional terms, policies, rules, or guidelines applicable to the Site or certain features of the Site that we may post on or link to from the Site (the “Additional Terms”). All Additional Terms are incorporated by this reference into, and made a part of, these Terms of Use.

14. MISCELLANEOUS

These Terms of Use and any policies or operating rules posted by us on the Site or in respect to the Site constitute the entire agreement and understanding between you and us regarding your use of the Site. Our failure to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms of Use shall not operate as a waiver of such right or provision. These Terms of Use operate to the fullest extent permissible by law. We may assign any or all of our rights and obligations to others at any time. If any provision or part of a provision of these Terms of Use is determined to be unlawful, void, or unenforceable, that provision or part of the provision is deemed severable from these Terms of Use and does not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions. There is no joint venture, partnership, employment or agency relationship created between you and us as a result of these Terms of Use or use of the Site.  

15. CONTACT US 

In order to resolve a complaint regarding the Site or to receive further information regarding use of the Site, please contact us at: 
 
Trust & Safety Professional Association     
588 Sutter Street #608    
San Francisco, CA 94102  
United States  
Phone: (650) 223-5596  
admin@tspa.info
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PRIVACY POLICY    

Last updated: June 12th 2020

Thank you for visiting the Trust & Safety Professional Association’s (”TSPA”, “we”, “us”, or “our”) site (the “Site”). In this privacy policy (the “Privacy Policy”), we explain how we collect, use, and share information about our users (“users”, “you”, or “your”). By using our Site, you agree to the collection, use, and sharing of your information and other procedures described in this Privacy Policy. Beyond the Privacy Policy, your use of our Site is also subject to our Terms of Service www.tspa.info/termsofservice 

TABLE OF CONTENTS  

1. WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT?
2. HOW DO WE USE YOUR INFORMATION?
3. WILL YOUR INFORMATION BE SHARED WITH ANYONE?
4. DO WE USE COOKIES AND OTHER TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES?
5. THIRD PARTIES
6. SECURITY
7. DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION FROM MINORS?
8. INTERNATIONAL USERS
9. UPDATES TO THIS POLICY
10. HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US ABOUT THIS POLICY?

1. WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT?  

We may collect a variety of information from or about you or your devices from various sources, as described below.

INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE TO US.

Registration and Profile Information. If you sign up for an account, we may ask for profile information such as your name, username, email, password, date of birth, and the type of trust and safety work that you do. We may also receive this information from entities such as your employer if they choose to provide membership to you.

Communications. When you sign up to receive information or other communications from us or contact us directly, we may receive information such as your email address, name, phone number, and physical address, the contents of the message and any attachments you send to us, and any other information you choose to provide. You can unsubscribe from our promotional emails via the link provided in the emails. Please note that, even if you opt out of receiving promotional messages from us, you may continue to receive administrative messages from us.

INFORMATION WE COLLECT WHEN YOU USE OUR SITE.

Location Information. When you use our Site, we may receive your precise location information and/or infer your general location information, for example, by using your IP address. Please review your device’s operating system settings and your Web browser’s “Help” file to learn how you can control the sharing of your precise location information.

Device and Usage Information. When you use our Site, we automatically collect information about the device, browser, and/or software you use to access the Site and how you interact with the Site, such as your internet protocol address, browser type, operating system version, the pages or other content you view, the searches you conduct, and the dates and times of your visits.

INFORMATION WE RECEIVE FROM THIRD PARTIES.

Information from Third Party Services. We may receive additional information about you from third parties -- such as our advertising partners, vendors, and service providers -- and combine it with other information we have about you.

2. HOW DO WE USE YOUR INFORMATION?  

We may use the information we collect for the following purposes: 
To provide, maintain, improve, and enhance our Site. 
To personalize your experience on our Site, such as by providing tailored content and recommendations.

To understand and analyze how you use our Site, such as by conducting data analysis, identifying usage trends, and assessing the quality of our communications.

To develop new products, services, features, and functionality.
To communicate with you, provide you with updates and other information relating to our Site and related services, provide information that you request, respond to comments and questions, and otherwise provide customer support.
For marketing and advertising purposes, such as developing and providing promotional materials that may be relevant, valuable, or otherwise of interest to you.

To find, prevent, and respond to fraud and other trust and safety issues that may arise, or to otherwise prevent harm.

For compliance purposes, including to enforce our Terms of Service [hyperlink] and other legal rights, to respond to legal requests, and as otherwise may be required by applicable laws and regulations.

For other purposes for which we provide specific notice at the time the information is collected.

We may also use aggregated and/or de-identified information that cannot reasonably be used to identify you for any purpose, including but not limited to the purposes described above.

3. WILL YOUR INFORMATION BE SHARED WITH ANYONE?  
We may share or transfer your information for a variety of purposes, as described below.

Vendors, Service Providers, Contractors, and Agents. We may share the information we collect with third party vendors, service providers, contractors and agents who perform services for us or on our behalf, such as email delivery, hosting services, and/or customer service.  

Analytics Partners. We use analytics services, such as Google Analytics, to collect and process certain analytics data, such as the device and usage data described above. You can learn about Google’s practices by going to https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/, and opt out of them by downloading the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on, available at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.      

Trust & Safety Foundation Project. We may share the information we collect, such as your name and email address, with the Trust & Safety Foundation Project at the Internet Education Foundation or successor entity, for purposes such as sending promotional materials that may interest you.
Merger, Sale, or Other Asset Transfers. We may transfer your information to service providers, advisors, potential transactional partners, or other third parties in connection with the consideration, negotiation, or completion of any merger, sale, acquisition, liquidation, or transfer of all or a portion of our organization or assets. 

As Required by Law or Similar Disclosures. We may access, preserve, and/or disclose your information if we believe doing so is required, necessary, or appropriate to: enforce our Terms of Service or other legal rights; respond to legal requests; comply with applicable laws and regulations; protect your, our, or others’ rights, property, or safety; or otherwise to prevent harm.
Consent. We may also share your information with your permission. 

4. DO WE USE COOKIES AND OTHER TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES?  

We and our third party partners, such as advertising and analytics partners, may collect information using cookies and similar tracking technologies (like web beacons and pixels). Our third party partners may use these technologies to collect information about your online activities over time and across different websites and online services. 

Cookies are small text files containing a string of alphanumeric characters. We may use both session cookies and persistent cookies. A session cookie disappears after you close your browser. A persistent cookie remains after you close your browser and may be used by your browser on subsequent visits to our site. We use this information for purposes such as to better understand how our Site is being used and to make improvements to the content and services we offer, as described above. 

Most Web browsers are set to accept cookies by default. If you prefer, you can usually choose to set your browser to remove or reject cookies. Please review your Web browser’s “Help” file to learn how you may be able to modify your cookie settings. Please note that removing or rejecting cookies from our Site may impair the functionality of our Site.       

5. THIRD PARTIES

Our Site may contain links to other websites, products, or services that we do not own or operate. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these third parties. Please be aware that this Privacy Policy does not apply to your activities on these third party services or any information that you disclose to these third parties. We encourage you to read their privacy policies before providing any information to them. 

6. SECURITY

We make reasonable efforts to protect your information by using physical and electronic safeguards designed to improve the security of the information we maintain. However, as no electronic transmission or storage of information can be entirely secure, we can make no guarantees as to the security or privacy of your information.

7. CHILDREN  

We do not knowingly collect, maintain, or use personal information from children under 13 years of age, and no part of our Site is directed to children. If you learn that a child has provided us with personal information in violation of this Privacy Policy, you may alert us at admin@tspa.info.

8. INTERNATIONAL USERS

Our Site is hosted in the United States. If you choose to use our Site from the European Union or other regions of the world with laws governing data collection and use that may differ from U.S. law, please note that you are transferring your personal information outside of those regions to the United States for storage and processing. Also, we may transfer your data from the United States to other countries or regions in connection with the storage and processing of data, fulfilling your requests, and operating our Site. By providing any information, including personal information, on or to our Site, you consent to such transfer, storage, and processing.

9. UPDATES TO THIS POLICY  

We may update this Privacy Policy from time to time. The updated version will be indicated by an updated “Revised” date and the updated version will be effective as soon as it is posted. If we make material changes to this Privacy Policy, we will notify you through the Site, email, or other communication.  

10. HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US ABOUT THIS POLICY?  

If you have questions or comments about this Privacy Policy, you may email us at admin@tspa.info or write to us at:

Trust & Safety Professional Association    
588 Sutter Street #608 
San Francisco, CA 94102    
United States