What Information Do We Collect?
What Are Cookies and How Do We Use Them?
How is My Information Used?
Tadatheater.com currently uses personal information only for its mailing list and recording commercial transactions. In certain cases, you may provide us with credit card information in order to complete a purchase transaction or for verification purposes. We use and transmit this information only to the extent necessary to complete such transactions and only in an encrypted format, unless otherwise expressly noted. We currently do not provide your personal information to third parties. We do however reserve the right to provide addresses of our users to our business partners and other arts organizations, in order to provide our users with information and promotions we believe may be of interest to them. Tadatheater.com offers the opportunity to each of its registered users to be excluded from such distributions by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org and including "Privacy" in the subject line.
Maintaining the Privacy of Children
Tadatheater.com has developed the "For Kids" section of our web site to publish content produced for children. Nonetheless, Tadatheater.com encourages parents and guardians to review in advance the appropriateness of the different areas of our web site for their children. As discussed above, Tadatheater.com may collect information from individuals visiting its web site who may, among other ways, register for a service or request to be put onto a mailing list. Tadatheater.com will not knowingly collect any personally identifiable information from children under the age of thirteen. Therefore, these visitors may not be eligible to participate in certain services or transactions, among other things. It is Tadatheater.com's intention not to participate in the transfer of any personal information of persons under the age of thirteen for any purpose.
A General Reminder
In general, you should always be aware when and where you provide personal information online. Postings of such information on bulletin boards or in chat rooms will make this information publicly available and may result in unsolicited communications.