Path will not rent, share, sell, or give away any of your personal information without your consent. In order for us to provide some of our services we may need to provide information that you supply to us, to external parties. When such sharing is necessary, we will provide you with explicit notice, and whenever possible, the ability to opt-out of such service.
Path is the owner of the information collected on the website and through its services. Path normally logs visitors of our website in order to provide better services to our users.
Path collects and maintains certain information from our users for the purposes of billing. We may report this information to third party processors for the limited purpose of receiving payment. We do not store full credit card numbers or personal account numbers.
Path may use the data we acquire about our users and the visitors to their websites to aggregate data. In the event that we share this information to external parties, our users’ personal information will never be attached to or included in such aggregated data. Data that our users provide to us may be included in the aggregate data, reports, and statistics.
Third Party Apps and Promotional Partners
Business and promotional partners of Path will not have any access to information used to target users, including the names of the people who may be interested in a particular product or service. In the event we share information to you in regards to a promotion, we will not forward that information to a partner without your consent. If you use a 3rd party app, Path may provide your email address to that partner for account creation and communication with that partner. In all cases, these partners may have their own privacy policies and partners are not covered by this Policy. We encourage you to read such privacy policies.
Third Party Websites
Path is not responsible for the privacy practices of external websites that we may link on our website or services. We encourage you to be aware of when leaving our website and to read the privacy statements of any external website and/or service.
Path may be required by a court order to provide information about our customers to third parties. We may also be required to provide information pursuant to law, applicable regulation, subpoena, or other legal processes. It is our corporate policy to ensure adherence to the due process of law in all such legal requests. If we are required to provide information under these circumstances, we will, whenever possible, attempt to inform our users whose information we are compelled to produce.
Information Security, Access, and Integrity
Path takes all reasonable steps to make sure our users’ information is protected from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction. We have put in place physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure such information. Path only uses personal information in a way that is compatible with and relevant for the purpose for which it was collected or authorized by the individual. Users and visitors may access their own personal information and correct, amend, or delete inaccurate personal information, except where the burden or expense of providing such access would be disproportionate to the risks to the privacy of the individual, or where the rights of persons other than the individual risk being violated. Path may choose the right to outsource certain business functions to third party vendors, including website and marketing analytics. When we do, notwithstanding the foregoing, we will ensure that such vendors are bound by appropriate confidentiality restrictions to protect the information covered by this Policy.
EU-U.S. Data Transfers
By using Path’s website and services, you consent to the transmittal of personal data outside of the European Union, if applicable, and understand that such transmittal may be required for performance of your agreement(s) with Path. This applies to information in electronic verbal format, or paper. Path participates in the U.S-EU Safe Harbor framework. We agree to TRUSTe dispute resolution for disputes relating to our compliance with this Safe Harbor framework. Complaints regarding our compliance should be directed to Path at firstname.lastname@example.org. If contacting us does not resolve this dispute, users may send a complaint with TRUSTe by internet at www.truste.com, by fax at 415-520-3420, or by mailing the TRUSTe Safe Harbor Compliance Department. Complaints must include the following information: company name, the alleged privacy violation, the user’s contact information, and whether the particulars of the complaint should be shared with the company. For more information about TRUSTe or the operation of TRUSTe’s dispute resolution process, visit https://www.truste.com/consumer-resources/dispute-resolution/ or request this information from TRUSTe at the address listed above. The TRUSTe dispute resolution process shall be conducted in English.
Changes and Updates
Questions / Concerns
Attention: Path, Privacy and Compliance
60 E Rio Salado Parkway Suite 900
Tempe, AZ 85281
If you're not satisfied with how we handle your concerns through our internal process, there are other things you can do, such as avail yourself of free and independent dispute resolution services available.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority can consider most complaints involving financial services providers. If your complaint is about how we handle your personal information, you can also contact the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
Australian Financial Complaints Authority
GPO Box 3
Melbourne VIC 3001
Phone 1800 931 678
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
GPO Box 5218
Sydney NSW 2001
Phone 1300 363 992