Last modified on: July 22, 2018
The terms “Columbus Museum of Art,” “we,” “us,” and “our” refer to the Columbus Museum of Art. The terms “you” and “your” refer to the visitor to or user of our Website.
A. Information Collection and Use
We will collect and store your personal information when you voluntarily provide it to us, including but not limited to your requests for information or by contacting us. We may collect contact information like name, company name, address, email address, and phone and cell numbers. We may also collect your IP address when you visit or use our Website.
We will use your personal information to provide services, resources, and offerings requested, manage our relationship with you and/or your company, supply you with requested information, respond to your inquiries, fulfill the purposes of our services and offerings, and fulfill the purposes of membership and/or participation in the Columbus Museum of Art, and we may share your information with others (including third-party service providers, e.g., payment processors) for such purposes. For example, we may provide information to third parties as a part of registering for an event or program through the Website, or use your information for our and/or our affiliated entity’s marketing or other purposes.
If you register at the Website to attend an event or program and are registering other personnel of your company, then you will be providing the contact information for such personnel – and you represent that you have the authority to do so.
Please be aware that we may also share your information with third parties that perform services for us, such as hosting the Website, monitoring site activity, and processing payment card payments. We may also share your information with third parties to protect our rights, legal property, the public, other Website users, or the Website itself. We may also share your information when it is otherwise permitted or required by law, including but not limited to, responding to a court order or based on our good faith belief that it is necessary to conform or comply with the law.
C. Navigational Information and Cookies
We use passive information collection technology (for example, cookies) to collect and store information about you and your use of the Website (for example, your IP address and navigational information), so we can improve and personalize your experience while visiting our Website. We and/or our service providers use a browser feature known as a cookie, which assigns a unique identification to your computer. Cookies are typically stored on your computer’s hard drive. Information collected from cookies is used by us to evaluate the effectiveness of our Website, analyze trends, and administer the Website. The information collected from cookies allows us to determine such things as which parts of our Website are most visited and difficulties our visitors may experience in accessing our Website. With this knowledge, we can improve the quality of your experience on our Website. Cookies may also be used to remember your personal information when filling out web page forms at our Website.
We have implemented security controls reasonably designed to protect your information against unauthorized acquisition and use. You should be aware that 100% security is not always possible.
Our Website may contain links to other websites. We do not evaluate and are not responsible for the privacy policies, practices, or security of such websites.
F. International Users