The San Jacinto Museum and Battlefield Association does not collect personal information about visitors to our website unless you choose to provide that information to us. It will not release your information without your consent for any reason. Once we obtain your consent, we consider it valid until revoked by you. You can request to review your personal information, and correct factual errors, by using the contact information listed below.
If you visit our website, it automatically gathers and stores some information about your visit so that it can track the use of our website in order to make improvements. It keeps track of:
Access dates and times
The San Jacinto Museum and Battlefield Association will collect personal information you knowingly and voluntarily provide by sending emails, completing membership forms, etc. It may also contact you to provide information about ongoing events and programs, membership or other things we feel may be of interest you. It will never share your name or information unless you authorize us to do so by opting-in.
When it sends you such information by email (such as a newsletter or store special), you can be removed from the list by simply sending an opt-out e-mail. It does not collect personally identifiable information from children. If a visitor is known to be under the age of 13, it will only send e-mail to respond to the writer and not to create profiles or otherwise retain the information.
The San Jacinto Museum and Battlefield Association uses the latest security technology, including support from VeriSign, to ensure that your personal information remains safe throughout the transaction. Credit card transactions are encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption to prevent your information from being misused. The organization monitors network traffic to ensure that its site remains available to all users and to identify unauthorized attempts to access, upload or change information or otherwise cause damage. Unauthorized access is prohibited and punishable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act.