The Museum of Printing History dba The Printing Museum respects the privacy of visitors to its Web site. The Museum strongly believes that if electronic commerce and online activities are to flourish, consumers must be assured that information provided online is used responsibly and appropriately. To protect online privacy, the Museum has implemented the following policy.

About the Information We Collect

Most of the data and information we collect through our Web site is used only to help the Museum achieve its mission of promoting, preserving and sharing the knowledge of printed communication and art. It is our policy to collect and store only personal information that our clients knowingly provide.

From Casual Web Site Visitors and General Users.

We do not collect any personal information from users browsing our Web site. When you use the public areas of our Web site you are doing so anonymously. We do collect aggregate use information, such as the number of hits (visits) per page. We use aggregate data for internal and marketing purposes, but we don’t collect any personally identifying information.

From Our Clients, Donors and Other Customers.

If while visiting our Web site you order a product, register for a class, become a member, make a donation, or request other information, you will be asked to provide certain information. In all cases this information is submitted voluntarily. In most cases, the Museum asks clients to provide their name, title, organization name, address, telephone, and e-mail. If you’re making a purchase, you may be asked for credit card information in order to complete your purchase. Similar information may be submitted to the Museum on a group tour request form or registration form.

Customer Lists

Our member and participant lists are not for sale. When you visit our Web site or become a member of the Museum, your name and mailing information will not be sold to a commercial organization.

Credit Card Account Information

The Museum of Printing History dba The Printing Museum utilizes secure transaction methods (SSL) when collecting credit card information over the Internet. The Museum does not disclose credit card account information provided by its clients.

How We Use Cookies

Cookies are small bits of code that are sent to your computer when you logon to a Web site that allows us to identify you when you return to the site. The Museum uses cookies only to support the operations of our shopping cart. We do not use cookies to track your usage or any other personal information about you.

Complaint Procedure

If you suspect that we have handled your personal information in a manner that doesn’t comply with this privacy statement, please contact us by e-mailing an explanation to Mark C. Osborne, III or by calling (713) 522-4652 ext. 202.