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Policy on Information Collection
The website collects personal information for membership purchases and renewals, program registrations, electronic newsletters and mailings, and general inquiries. For some of these services, the site may request information about background, occupation, demographics, and interests.
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It is necessary for the Columbia Museum of Art to collect your personal information to make donations, purchase memberships, RSVP for an event, purchase a ticket, or enter a contest/sweepstakes. Information collected is secured in the museum’s database system, Altru by Blackbaud. The museum does not share emails, phone numbers or personal information with anyone outside the organization. From time to time, the museum may share its mailing list in a secure way with other non-profit organizations.
Policy on Information Disclosure
This site collects personal information to operate the site and to deliver the services you request. This information helps us understand our audience, and that allows us to better meet the needs of website users. We will not sell, trade, or rent personal information. We may compile aggregate statistics and provide them to third parties, but these statistics will not include information that identifies individual website users.
We may save personal information to comply with federal and state policies, but we will not disclose this information to third parties or government agencies unless we are required to do so by state or federal law or we must act under exigent circumstances to protect the safety of our users or the public.