CultureCapital is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to this site. Please read this policy to understand what personal information we collect, why we collect it, and how we use the information we collect.
Information Collection and Use
If you send us an electronic mail message with a question or comment that contains personally identifying information, or fill out a form that sends us this information, we will only use the information to respond to your request. We may redirect your message to another organization that is in a better position to answer your question.
We do use log analysis tools to create summary statistics, which are only used for purposes such as assessing what information is of most interest, determining technical design specifications, evaluating system performance, or identifying problem areas. If you provide us with your email address to sign up for our e-newsletters we will not share that information with any outside parties—it will be retained for the sole use of CultureCaptial.com or its authorized agents.
Links to Other Sites
Although CultureCapital.com takes all measures to prevent unauthorized access to and maintain the accuracy of your data and information, no information transferred over the Internet is 100% secure. CultureCapital.com cannot guarantee the total security of information transmitted to us.
By visiting our website you understand our privacy statement and limitations. If you have any questions about this privacy statement, please contact CultureCapital by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail: CulturalCapital.com, HumanitiesDC, 925 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Please note that CultureCapital.com makes no representations, guarantees, or warranties as to the information provided via this web site, and users of this web site are strictly responsible for checking the accuracy, completeness, currency and/or suitability of all information posted on it. CultureCapital.com specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages that may result from providing CultureCapital.com or the information it contains, including any web sites maintained by third parties and linked to CultureCapital.com. Visitors to CultureCapital.com.com understand and agree that CultureCapital is not responsible for any claims they may have based on their use of information obtained from this site.
Although CultureCapital.com reserves the right to edit submissions for grammar, style, accuracy and objectionable content, the responsibility for content rests with the organizations that are providing the information. The inclusion of links from this site does not imply endorsement by CultureCapital.com nor does it imply that CultureCapital.com is affiliated or associated with, or is legally authorized to use any trade name, registered trademark, logo, or copyrighted symbol that may be reflected in those links. Specific questions regarding an entry should be directed to the appropriate organization and not to CultureCapital.com. CultureCapital.com and its partner organizations shall make only reasonable efforts to independently verify, and do not exert editorial control over, information on pages outside of the http://www.CultureCapital.com domain.
CultureCapital.com does not endorse any of the products, vendors, consultants, or documentation referenced in this web site. Any mention of vendors, products, or services is for informational purposes only.
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Unless otherwise noted, all material on this website is copyrighted by CultureCapital.com and, except for your personal, noncommercial use, may not be downloaded, copied or modified.
In response to the needs of ensuring equal access to electronic and information technologies, CultureCapital.com has been developed according to a set of Universal Access Design standards for web pages. CultureCapital.com is pleased to provide an alternative medium for accessing information about our programs and services.
CultureCapital.com incorporates Universal Access Design standards for web pages into its codebase in recognition of those individuals with visual, physical or developmental disabilities. Universal Access Design calls for appropriate use of auxiliary aids and services where necessary to ensure clear communication. These standards are developed in part based on recommendations by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). The process of incorporating Universal Access Design elements into CultureCapital.com will evolve as the site grows, and also as the standards themselves grow.