Information automatically collected and stored
We use cookie and tracking technology for the automatic collection and temporary storage of information about your visit, such as:
– The date of your visit.
– The browser type and operating system you use.
– The search terms you use.
– The pages on our web site you visited.
This information, which is collected in aggregated and anonymised form, allows us to track the number of visitors to the site and to understand, for instance, which pages are the most visited. It also allows us to understand where in the world our users are based.
This aggregated information can assist us in maintaining the usefulness of our website for our visitors.
We may also share such information as aggregate visitor figures with third parties. For instance, we regularly send statistics to funding bodies about the number of visitors we have had to the website in a particular time period. We may also report the aggregate number of visitors to a particular web page during a given timespan.
We do not and cannot collect personal information about you in this way.
Personally provided information
You do not have to give us any personal information to visit our web site.
If you choose to provide any personal information by e-mailing this website, communications addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent via our website Contact Form may be securely stored for reference purposes. These will be used only to improve our service as a museum and as a museum website. (For example, we will store the name and email address of someone who has asked to be on our e-newsletter distribution list but we will remove that person’s details if s/he unsubscribes from the list.)
We will not disclose, give, sell or transfer any personal information about our visitors to any other party, unless required to do so by law.
Privacy Contact Information
We reserve the right to make changes to this policy. Any changes will be posted on this page.
Last modified: 5 October 2016