1. Collection of information
Certain features on the website may require users to provide personal information in order to make a commerce transaction or to receive concert announcements via electronic delivery. Such personal information is not shared or sold to third parties. To better understand the needs of our website users, we may also request demographic information. Entry of such information is optional. If we request demographic information, we will not share information about you as an individual with any other entity. If we do share demographic information with third parties, we will give them aggregate information only.
2. Mailing lists
If you provide your e-mail address, ACO may periodically contact you with special offers, updated information, and new services. Any e-mails sent to you by ACO offer you the option to be removed from the e-mail mailing list.
Our website allows visitors to subscribe to our mailing list by providing their names and addresses. If you provide us with your mailing address or telephone number, ACO, in addition to providing you with concert announcements, may also use this information to alert you to updated information and new services. If you wish to be removed from the mailing list, you may do so by contacting ACO directly. (See the “Contact us” section below).
3. Contact us/How to update your personal information
You may help ACO maintain the accuracy of your personal information by notifying us when you change your address, title, phone number, or e-mail address. Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (212) 977-8495 if you wish to update your information or if you no longer wish to receive communications. Further contact information is listed on the americancomposers.org homepage.
3. National Co-Commissioning Hub Disclaimer
Postings made by hub users are personal opinions and not those of the American Composers Orchestra (ACO). ACO is not responsible for the content or accuracy of any of the information contained in forum postings.
All postings made on the hub are the property of ACO. We reserve the right to remove entirely at our discretion any contribution you post.
Posts are accessible to everyone and are ‘crawled’ by search engines such as Google and Bing on a daily basis. This means anything you post on one of our public forums could be indexed by a search engine and returned in search engine results. IOSH accepts no responsibility if your posting is returned in such results. Member-only forums are not crawled by search engines.
Your email address is not visible to other forum users. If you disclose your email address in a hub posting or private message you do so at your own risk. We do not accept any responsibility if something goes wrong as a result of publicizing personal details on the hub.
ACO staff are able to view your email address. We will not publish or provide your email address to anyone unless they have a legal right to request such information. If we need to contact you about the discussion forums for administration or response to a complaint purposes we will use your primary email address.
ACO staff are able to see your Internet Protocol (IP) address when you post a message on our forums. This is the address used to connect your computer to the Internet. This information is for use by ACO only and is only used to prevent misuse of the discussion forums. We will not disclose your IP address to anyone unless they have a legal right to request it.
You remain solely liable for any material you publish, display or transmit on the ACO website. You agree to indemnify (cover the costs of) ACO and its Officers and employees against any claim, liability, cost, damage, other expenses or loss we may incur (including without limitation legal fees) as a result of any material you publish, display or transmit on the ACO website or any violation by you of your obligations under these forum and blog rules. We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to promptly remove, or to disable access to, any material which we think is potentially defamatory of any person, in violation of copyright law, unlawful, or in violation of any third-party rights.