Commitment to privacy
Lions Bay Arts does not automatically gather your personal information. You may anonymously access our website. Personal information is only obtained if you supply it voluntarily when using our website. Our web server automatically collects certain non-identifying information related to the user’s visit to the site, including the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the user’s computer, the IP address of the user’s Internet Service Provider, the date and time the user accessed the Site, the Internet address of the website from which the user linked directly to our Site, and the pages of the Site that the user has visited. Lions Bay Arts makes no attempt to link this information with the identity of individuals visiting the site.
Lions Bay Arts uses personal information in a limited number of ways; all to better serve our members and the broader arts, culture and heritage community. This includes using the information to: to communicate with our members, donors and volunteers, to run contests, to contact individuals applying for grants, to complete registration at events, to add names to newsletter subscriptions, to process donations and to respond to questions or comments.
If you provide us with an email address or any other information, we will only use it in relation to the purposes clearly defined by the submission form (i.e. posting of artist profiles on our website).
We may send e-mail to people with whom we have a business relationship.
Information submitted to the website is kept strictly confidential. Information provided by the user will not be forwarded, traded, or sold to outside organizations. Users who register for any purpose may request their name be removed from our e-mail list or any other electronic distribution list at any time.
We do not disclose your personal information to third parties except when necessary to run our business (e.g. to conduct transactions with our online ticket purchasing software).
We may occasionally provide information of a general nature to third parties (i.e. letting them know how many tickets we’ve sold for a particular event or program), but we won’t use any information that could potentially identify individual persons.
Changes to this policy