Privacy

Tacoma Housing Authority Privacy Policy for its Web Site

THA seeks to protect the privacy of people who use this web site and to disclose what its use means to them and to their own computers. THA also seeks to protect the integrity of this web site from unauthorized use or misuse. THA means to further these purposes with the following policy.

Cookies

A cookie is a tiny piece of text that one computer can place into the hard drive of another computer. If your browser is set to notify you before accepting a cookie, you will receive a request for a cookie to be stored on your computer. THA does not use cookies to record any personal information. Some THA web applications may use cookies to pass needed information from one page to the next. Rejecting a cookie in these applications will make the application useless. Accepting a THA cookie in no way will give THA access either to your computer or to your personal information.

IP tracking

This web site logs the IP addresses of visitors to the website. An IP address is the unique numerical identity of your host computer. When THA "logs" an IP address, it means that the THA website associates a visit or series of visits to that unique numerical identity. THA does not collect identifying personal information.

Links

The THA website may contain links to other websites that are not under THA's control. THA provides these links as a convenience to users of its own web site. Links to such sites do not imply that THA endorses them. THA is not responsible for their privacy practices or content.

Site security

THA monitors network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts either to upload or change information on the web site or to damage the site. Anyone using this website expressly consents to such monitoring. THA has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under its control.

Non-Disclosure of Personal Information

The web site may allow users if they wish to send emails or other information to THA. THA does not disclose users' email addresses or other personal identifying information to third parties without written permission from the user.