The Computer History Museum web site does not collect personally identifying data, such as names, addresses, email addresses, and the like, except when voluntarily submitted by web site visitors. Information collected from visitors of the CHM web site is used to make our web site more useful by helping us learn about the number of visitors to our site, the areas they access and the types of technology our visitors use. We do not track or record information about individuals and their visits. We may compile and report aggregate statistics about our web visitors — such as numbers, traffic patterns, and related site information — but these statistics include no personally identifying information.
The Computer History Museum (CHM) web site has security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of the information under our control. Attempts to gain access to restricted portions of this web site or to this web site’s technical infrastructure, for whatever purpose, are logged and may prompt commencement of an investigation by CHM staff, or local, federal (U.S.) or international law-enforcement agencies. Various provisions exist to monitor activities which could be deemed suspicious in terms of network or site security. In cases where such provisions are activated, you should have no expectation of privacy.
The Computer History Museum (CHM) will not disclose or share any personal information you provide to CHM with any other third party without your permission, except if requested to do so in accordance with a court order, subpoena, or similar legal order, and in the event such disclosure is necessary to protect the rights, property, and safety of CHM, its visitors, and other third parties. CHM will not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to others without your permission.
Event reservations, event tickets, other purchases and online donations made through the Computer History Museum (CHM) web site may be processed by third parties contracted by CHM who handle all related ordering, processing, and delivery of the products. The third parties’ practices in connection with the ordering, processing, and delivery of products are subject to their own privacy policies.
The Computer History Museum (CHM) requires visitors to opt-in to receive information from CHM or from our partners or vendors via email. If you choose, you may opt-out from further email communication from CHM. Also you may request to have your contact information updated or amended. CHM provides web site visitors the following options for opting out of future communications: by email: email@example.com
As contact lists may be created several weeks in advance, please allow sufficient time for your request to be processed.
The Computer History Museum (CHM) web site does not solicit personal information from children. Visitors who are 13 years of age and under must obtain a parent’s permission before submitting any personal information to this web site.