This policy governs CalDSL use of non-public personal customer information. Non-public personal information is defined in applicable law and generally means information that is identified with you and is not obtainable from a public source.
OBTAINING PERSONAL CUSTOMER INFORMATION We obtain personal customer information primarily from you (for example when you subscribe to CalDSL services or fill in online survey forms on CalDSL website). Such information may also be obtained from other sources (for example, from a mailing list for marketing purposes). If we are unable to obtain such information, we will not be able to provide you services consistent with CalDSL Service Agreement. We also maintain personal customer information resulting from your business transactions with CalDSL.
USING PERSONAL INFORMATION We use your personal information only for legitimate business purposes in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The following summarizes the principal ways in which such information is used.
USE WITHIN ZINNIA AND ITS AFFILIATED COMPANIES Safeguarding your personal information is important at CalDSL. We maintain systems, policies and procedures to protect your personal information from being accessed by unauthorized persons. We limit employee access to personal customer information to those with a legitimate need to know such information.
Within CalDSL and its affiliated companies, CalDSL may use your non-public personal information:
To protect the security of your account: For example, your personal information is used for identification purposes and to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing your accounts.To conduct business in a safe and sound manner: For example, CalDSL will use your personal information to contact you if it discovers any problems with your account.To help determine which products and services may best serve your needs. USE WITH UNAFFILIATED THIRD PARTIES CalDSL will not disclose your personal information to unaffiliated third parties for promotional and marketing purposes.
CalDSL and its affiliated companies will sometimes disclose your personal information to companies or entities unaffiliated with CalDSL. This might occur in the following circumstances:
Credit Reporting Agencies: CalDSL may disclose information relating to its experience with you to credit reporting agencies and similar organizations.Written consent: CalDSL may disclose your personal information with your written consent, including when you give someone power of attorney or other authorization to act on your behalf.Business Transfers: CalDSL may disclose your personal information in connection with a proposed or actual transfer of accounts or a line of business to another company.CalDSL may disclose your personal information to protect your accounts against fraud and unauthorized transactions, to resolve customer disputes, and, as necessary, to CalDSL attorneys, accountants, and auditors.