Privacy Policy and Terms of Use


I. Introduction

This Privacy Policy applies to this Website, which has been established by Analytics (the “Administrator”) to provide information about this litigation and, where necessary, to receive and process claims and/or consent forms regarding this litigation.

This Privacy Policy applies to information that you submit through the Website, on paper forms , or otherwise in electronic formats. This Privacy Policy does not apply to any information that is publicly available, that is lawfully obtained from outside sources. or that you may submit to other websites or in connection with other programs.

We will only use your information pursuant to this Privacy Policy or as authorized by you.

We reserve the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time, so long as the change is consistent with the Settlement Agreement (or other similarly controlling documents). Nothing contained in this Privacy Policy creates or is intended to create a contract or agreement between us and any user visiting the web site or providing identifying information of any kind. We recommend that you review this Privacy Policy regularly to ensure that you are familiar with our privacy practices. If at any time you have questions regarding this Privacy Policy, you may contact us at the email or postal addresses in the last paragraph of this Privacy Policy.

If we use a capitalized term in this Privacy Policy, that term has the same meaning as in the Settlement Agreement, unless we define it otherwise in this Privacy Policy.

This Website may contain links to information at other websites. By clicking on one of these links, you are moving to another website. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of these linked sites as their privacy policies may differ from ours.

II. Terms of Use

You understand, acknowledge, and agree that Analytics is not liable and you shall indemnify and hold Analytics harmless if the forms are not received by Analytics in a timely manner or are otherwise not submitted in the proper manner or form. This includes, but is not limited to, Analytics not receiving the forms in a timely or in a proper manner or form because of (a) problems with computer systems at the claimant site, (b) failure to fully complete all of the forms, (c) failure to click ‘submit’ and receive a confirmation message, or (d) failure to contact the administrator to determine (1) why you did not receive a confirmation message, and (2) whether any alternative means to submit a claim are available to you.

III. Information Collected

Analytics collects “personal information” in three ways:

• Information provided directly from an individual’s Proof of Claim Form or similar means
• Information provided by a representative acting on an individual’s behalf
• Information provided by a Company directly involved with the litigation

Examples of personal information we may collect include, but are not limited to, name, telephone number, email address, street address, social security number, taxpayer identification number, and relevant account and transaction information.

We may receive data sent by your browser or as a result of the Website’s use of temporary “cookies.” When you visit the Website, we may send one or more cookies – a small file containing a string of characters – to your computer. We use cookies for various reasons, including enabling us to recognize when you are logged in to the Website and to provide access to your claim while you are logged in. This cookie does not hold any personally identifiable information nor can the information obtained be directly correlated to an individual claimant.

You may be able to control how cookies are used through your Internet browser software.

In addition, your browser may send us information, such as your requests to the Website, Internet Protocol address, browser type, browser language, the referring IP address or domain (the prior website visited), and the date and time of your request.

IV. Use of Information

Analytics does not sell or rent your personal Information to third parties for marketing purposes. We only share information for the purposes of a specific case when it is necessary to carry out the claims administration process.

We may use your information to administer the case, including to respond to your inquiries, directions and requests regarding the case; for the processing and administration of claims or other requests; to effectuate a settlement; and to improve our administration services. Personal information may be disclosed to the Court and parties to a settlement. We also may use your information to communicate with you about the status of the litigation and matters relating to the litigation.

Where applicable, information you provide in connection with either opting out of, or objecting to, a settlement may be disclosed to the Court and parties to a settlement.

We may also use information, or share information with third parties, when we have a good faith belief that access, use, preservation or disclosure of the information is reasonably necessary to comply with legal process or otherwise satisfy any applicable law or regulation; prevent fraud or imminent harm; ensure the security of information; or address technical issues.

V. Children’s Privacy Protection

We understand the importance of protecting children’s privacy in the interactive online world. The website covered by this privacy policy is not designed for or intentionally targeted at children 13 years of age or younger. It is not our policy to intentionally collect or maintain information about anyone under the age of 13.

VI. Safe Harbor Privacy Policy

Our websites adhere to the Safe Harbor Agreement between the U.S. Department of Commerce and the European Commission with respect to personally identifiable information that is transferred from the European Economic Area to the United States within the scope of our Safe Harbor certification. For further information about the Safe Harbor Program, see the U.S. Department of Commerce web site at

VII. Access to and Removal of Information

At any time, you may request access to our copy of your Personally Identifiable Information by contacting us at the email or postal addresses below.

You may request that we delete your Personally Identifiable Information stored by us in electronic form. We will honor your request but we are unable to guarantee that all such information will be deleted because some residual information may remain on back-up storage and other media. Please note that deletion of some or all of your personal information may affect your ability to participate in the Litigation.

If you have questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us by email at or by postal mail at Privacy Policy, c/o Analytics, 18675 Lake Drive East, Chanhassen, MN 55317.