The Florida Historic Capitol Museum is committed to protecting individual privacy and securing the personal information made available to us when you visit flhistoriccapitol.gov, as well Florida Historic Capitol Museum pages on other sites (such as official Florida Historic Capitol Museum profiles on social networks).
If you have questions about this policy or suggestions for its improvement, please let us know. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will revise or update this policy if our practices change, or as we develop better ways to keep you informed about them. You should refer back to this page often for the latest information and the effective date of any changes. If we decide to change this policy, we will post a new policy on our site and change the date at the bottom. Changes to the policy shall not apply retroactively.
When a computer is used to access information on flhistoriccapitol.gov, the following basic information is automatically received and stored by the Florida Historic Capitol Museum web servers hosting flhistoriccapitol.gov:
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum does not use this information to identify or track the browsing of individual users. We do use it to generate aggregate statistics about how flhistoriccapitol.gov is used. We retain this information for two years—for example, server logs from June 2011 will be deleted by June 2013.
We do not sell, rent, exchange, or otherwise disclose this information to persons or organizations. In some cases, we may share the information with other federal/state agencies in response to lawful law enforcement requests or to protect flhistoriccapitol.gov from security threats.
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum uses web measurement and customization technologies to make flhistoriccapitol.gov function better for visitors and to better understand how the public is using the website.
This means that when you visit a page on flhistoriccapitol.gov, the internet browser on your computer may download and save a small file from flhistoriccapitol.gov (commonly called a "cookie") so that our website can recognize your specific computer and browser when you use flhistoriccapitol.gov in the future. The Florida Historic Capitol Museum does not use technologies that track your interactions on other websites. Information on how to control these web measurement and customization technologies can be found later in this statement. These technologies fall into two categories, based on the length of time they remain active:
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum uses the following web measurement and customization technologies:
These cookies collect information similar to that automatically received and stored on the servers hosting flhistoriccapitol.gov; they do not collect personal indentifying information. The Florida Historic Capitol Museum generally does not access or store the raw information collected through these cookies. We do view aggregate statistical analyses prepared by our third-party analytics provider, but these analyses do not include any personally identifiable information. We do not sell, rent, exchange, or otherwise disclose this information to persons or organizations. In some cases, we may share information with other federal agencies in response to lawful law enforcement requests or to protect flhistoriccapitol.gov from security threats.
Some pages on flhistoriccapitol.gov may include web content or functionality from third parties, such as embedded videos hosted by other services. For example, content or functionality from the following third parties may be present on some flhistoriccapitol.gov pages:
For your convenience, this list will be updated to reflect the third party providers of content or functionality that are commonly used on flhistoriccapitol.gov.
These third parties may use web measurement and customization technologies (such as cookies) in conjunction with the provision of this content or functionality. You should consult the privacy policies of these third parties for further information. We do not knowingly use third-party tools that place a multi-session cookie prior to the user interacting with the tool, for example by playing an embedded video. If you become aware of a third-party tool on flhistoriccapitol.gov that places a multi-session cookie prior to any user interaction, please contact us at email@example.com.
Visitors can control aspects of website measurement and customization technologies used on flhistoriccapitol.gov. Visitors who choose to disable these technologies will still have access to comparable information and services on flhistoriccapitol.gov.
One of the most common forms of website measurement and customization technologies is the use of "cookies." You can choose not to accept cookies from any website, including flhistoriccapitol.gov, by changing the settings of your browser. You can also delete cookies stored in your browser at any time. Cookies used by flhistoriccapitol.gov:
This list does not include cookies associated with third-party content or functionality included on flhistoriccapitol.gov.
For more information about cookies, including how to delete them from your computer and configure your browser to refuse them from flhistoriccapitol.gov or any other site, visit http://www.usa.gov/optout-instructions.shtml.
If you choose to provide us with personal information, for example by completing a "Contact Us" form, signing up for our email list, or leaving a comment, we may use that information to respond to your message and/or to help us get you the information or services you requested. Submitting this personal information (name, address, telephone number, email address, etc.) is voluntary and is not required to access information on flhistoriccapitol.gov.
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum may contain links to web sites created and maintained by other public and/or private organizations and individuals. flhistoriccapitol.gov provides these links as a service to our users. When you follow a link to an external site, you are leaving flhistoriccapitol.gov and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners/sponsors of the external site. flhistoriccapitol.gov does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of information contained in a linked site. We also do not endorse the organizations or individuals maintaining sites that we link, any views they express, or any products/services they offer.
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum maintains official pages or accounts on several third-party web sites (such as Facebook) in order to better engage with the public. Your activity on those third-party sites is governed by the security and privacy policies of the third-party sites. Users of third-party sites often share information with the general public, user community, and/or the third-party operating the third-party site. These actors may use this information in a variety of ways. Consequently, you should review the privacy policies of third-party sites before using them and ensure that you understand how your information may be used. You should also adjust privacy settings on your account on any third-party site to match your preferences.
In some instances, a session cookie may be set via third-party websites that feature embedded content served by flhistoriccapitol.gov.Below is the current list of official Florida Historic Capitol Museum pages on third party websites.
We believe in the importance of protecting the privacy of children online and do not knowingly contact or collect personal information from children under 13. Our site is not intended to solicit information of any kind from children under 13.
We take reasonable precautions to protect our site and information automatically collected by flhistoriccapitol.gov or voluntarily submitted to flhistoriccapitol.gov or an official Florida Historic Capitol Museum page on a third-party site. For example, we restrict access to information collected by or submitted to flhistoriccapitol.gov or official Florida Historic Capitol Museum pages of on third-party sites to employees who access it to perform their official duties. Access to official Florida Historic Capitol Museum accounts on third-party sites is limited to the staff who administer those accounts, and all official Florida Historic Capitol Museum accounts are clearly labeled. We also utilize commonly-used practices and technical controls to protect this information, along with flhistoriccapitol.gov itself. These practices and controls include, but are not limited to, encrypting the transfer of personal information over the Internet via Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), using high-strength firewalls and intrusion detection systems (IDS) to safeguard personal information and maintaining strict technical controls and procedures to ensure the integrity of all data on flhistoriccapitol.gov. We periodically review our processes and systems to verify compliance with industry best practices and ensure the highest level of security for our website.
Last Updated: December 2, 2015