Marshalltown Arts & Civic Center
The Marshalltown Arts & Civic Center does not sell or rent any information about our visitors, members, or donors to any third party.
Information Automatically Gathered About All Visitors
We collect aggregate and user-specific information on which pages our visitors, online guests, customers, members, donors, and friends’ access or visit. This information is used to generate reports that help us assess the value of an interest in the website and services we provide. We use the information we collect to improve the content of our services. We can build a better website and provide better services if we know which pages our users are visiting, how often they visit, and how long they stay on a page.
When you use the services, we automatically collect certain information, such as a unique device identifier assigned to your device “UDID”, anonymous identifiers, your Internet protocol (IP) address, location data (e.g., zip code, GPS-based location information, longitude/latitude, etc.), and other information regarding your use of the services, which may assist us in authenticating your usage and/or device, keeping track of your preferences, creating a more tailored user experience, better serving your particular interests and needs, etc. Your IP address does not contain personally identifiable information, nor does it identify you personally. We use this information to deliver our services to you upon request, to tailor our site and services to the interest of our users, and to measure traffic within our site.
We collect information from you when you engage in online or in-person transactions such as purchases, registrations, and make donations. Additionally, information may be transmitted as part of a form submission or in connection with other programs, activities, services, or resources available on our site or apps.
For example, we collect information on our site and/or apps when you:
We also collect information outside of our site and apps:
In order to use the services and any content, features, and functionality thereof (e.g., communication/networking features, account registration, donation features, promotions, purchases, etc.), we may require that you provide and/or otherwise make available to us certain information, which may include your legal name, email address, mailing address, physical location, telephone number and other descriptive information, and, in order to conduct fee-based transactions and other activities, your payment data (e.g., payment card data, billing address, PayPal account details, etc.) demographic information, authentication data and other information. In addition, you may be presented with the opportunity to sign up to receive additional newsletters, email communications, other communications, a promotion from us in order for us to provide up-to-date information and other news about the services, and to publicize and promote certain exhibitions, activities, events, content, initiatives, programs, products, and services offered by us, which may require that you provide certain information.
If your use of a component of the services requires you to register, a cookie will be used to automatically identify you as a registered user when you are using our services. These cookies are known as persistent cookies and continue on your computer after the initial session in which they are created.
The services and/or third parties may use “cookies” (which are small electronic files containing information about you and your activities that are stored on your device (e.g., html files, flash files, etc.), “embedded scripts,” web beacons and other similar tracking technologies (collectively, “tracking technologies”) to collect information automatically as you use the services. Tracking technologies enable us to track your use of the services and target your interests to enhance your experience with the services, including, without limitation, by making additional features, functionality, products, and services available to you. We may also use tracking technologies to collect “clickstream” data, such as your device type, operating system and platform, the average time spent using the services, content viewed and searched for, access times, location of usage, and other relevant statistics, and may assign unique identifiers to your device or other credentials you use to access and/or use the services for the same purposes. We may associate the information obtained through these tracking technologies and your UDID, anonymous identifiers, and other identifiers and data with your personal information so we can better customize your experience using the services and provide tailored recommendations, advertisements, promotions, features, functionality, products, services, and other content related to your specific interests, activities, and/or profile. You may have the ability to set certain privacy options on your device that limit the provision of certain information, such as geolocation information, whether by responding to request alerts or notifications that may be presented to you on your device prior to the collection of the relevant information or by navigating to the settings section of your device and limiting certain functionality (e.g., location services, etc.). Please be aware that if you limit the collection of certain information, you may not be able to use certain services, whether as it pertains to some or all the services, content, features, and/or products made available in connection therewith.
We may combine information gathered from the site and the apps with information that we have received, gathered, acquired, or stored from other sources, including information collected offline by us and information received from third parties into a single customer record. We also use and/or combine information that we collect offline or receive from third party sources to edit, enhance, and/or check the accuracy of your customer record.
Do-Not-Track Signals and Similar Mechanisms
Some browsers or other tools include “do not track” (DNT) features which, when turned on, send a signal to websites you visit indicating that you do not wish to be tracked across websites over time. The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) has been working with industry groups and regulators to develop a DNT browser technology standard to provide a common understanding as to how to interpret the DNT signals, but to date no standard has been adopted. Since there is no standard at this time, we do not currently respond to DNT signals. We will follow the progress of the W3C in developing the standard. If and when a final standard is established and accepted, we will reassess how to respond to the signals.
Withdrawal of Consent and Opt-Out
If for any reason you do not wish to receive further emails from us, please follow the instructions for unsubscribing included within the body of the message that was sent to you or email a message containing your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opt-Out of Cookies
If you wish to manage or opt-out of cookies utilized by our site and third-party advertisers, you can take the following steps:
E-mails from Us
Upon registering with our services, you may begin receiving communications from us. In addition, if you have signed up for any of our automated account services, we will send you transactional e-mails regarding the status of your account, including confirmations, notices of expiration and renewal and other related electronic correspondence. If you have a signed up for any of our email newsletters, you may stop receiving them if you follow the “unsubscribe” instructions located near the bottom of each newsletter. We may send you an e-mail inviting you to participate in subscriber or website user surveys. Such surveys greatly help us improve our services and the value of our websites. Any information you give us in those surveys will not be shared with any third parties except in aggregate form.
Sharing and Disclosure of Personal Information and Other Information
We reserve the right to use your information (i.e., personal information and additional information) for any lawful purpose and your use of the services shall be deemed your express, affirmative “opt-in” consent. You can choose to opt-out of certain such uses as described above.
To access and use the services, you expressly acknowledge, understand, and agree that the services will automatically store, host, share, post, disseminate, disclose, and/or publish certain information concerning your user account and profile (e.g., name, avatar/image, etc.) and your corresponding use of the services and related conduct, information, and activities associated therewith (e.g., content and text postings, questions regarding exhibits, feedback, ratings, etc.) in connection with the services (collectively, “status and activity information”. Status and activity information will be visible (e.g., on post and feed sections, message boards, on-location physical displays, etc.) to all users of the services and any other third parties (e.g., visitors to the Marshalltown Arts & Civic Center, users of third-party platforms, etc.). Accordingly, you expressly acknowledge, understand, and agree that all status and activity information is public and may be globally viewed by any third parties. We may from time to time make certain settings available to limit the sharing, availability, or public nature of certain specific status and activity information, and if we do elect to do so and you properly designate your preferences using such settings, then we will honor the choices after you make about who can see certain specific status and activity information after a reasonable period to implement such preference. For purposes of clarity, the term “user posting” shall include status and activity information.
Compliance with Legal Process
We may disclose personal information if we are required by law to disclose personal information, or if we believe in good faith that such action is necessary to comply with a law or some legal process, to protect or defend our rights and property, to protect against misuse or unauthorized use of our services or to protect the personal safety or property of our users or the public.
COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)
When it comes to the collection of personal information from children under 13, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) puts parents in control. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency, enforces the COPPA Rule, which spells out what operators of websites and online services must do to protect children’s privacy and safety online. We do not specifically market to children under 13.
A Final Note
Marshalltown Arts & Civic Center
709 S. Center Street
Marshalltown, Iowa 50158
Last updated on August 26, 2022.