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California Privacy Rights

As a provisional or initiated member of the UNITED TRANSPORTATION SECURITY PROFESSIONALS OF AMERICA ("UTSPA") who is a resident of California, you have the right under the California “Shine the Light” law at California Civil Code section 1798.83 to request UTSPA to provide you within 30 days of your request, by regular or electronic mail, with a list of the categories of personal information that were shared by UTSPA with third parties for direct marketing purposes during the immediately preceding calendar year, the names and addresses of those third parties, and if the nature of their business cannot reasonably be determined from their name, examples of the products and services marketed by them. However, under the same California law, in lieu of responding to such request, UTSPA can provide you with the right to opt-out of having your personal information licensed to such third parties, and providing you with notice of your right to opt-out. UTSPA has chosen to provide the opt out right described below, and so does not need to respond further to California member inquiries under the California Shine the Light law.

UTSPA’s privacy policy allows its members to opt-out of receiving marketing communications from UTSPA and from third parties to whom UTSPA might otherwise license the right to use member or customer personal information. See the UTSPA privacy policy at the link below, and in particular Section 6 of such privacy policy, which provides you with the following e-mail address or post office address, either of which you can use to communicate your desire to opt-out:

Send an e-mail to
utspa@utspa.org or send mail to the following postal address: UTSPA, P.O. Box 90757, Los Angeles, California, 90009, ATTN: National President.

This California Privacy Rights Policy was effective August 26, 2007.

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