Collection of Data
Please take note that your user name, e-mail address, or other submissions that you make on this site may contain your real name or other personally identifiable information and, as a result, may appear on this site. Like many websites, we may also automatically receive general information that is contained in our server log files such as your IP address and cookie information. Information about how advertising may be served on this site (if at all) is set forth below.
Use of Data
Editing or Deleting Your Account Information
We provide you with the ability to edit the information in your user account information that you provided to us in registration by using your personal page configuration area. You may request deletion of your user account by contacting us.
Social Media Code of Conduct
The Washington Pavilion believes in following a code of conduct when posting or interacting with any of our social media sites. Therefore, we have compiled a list for users to adhere to when posting. Please note: this list is not all inclusive and the Washington Pavilion reserves the right to make decisions on a case-by-case basis.
The following actions will not be tolerated when posting on the Washington Pavilion’s social media channels:
- Abusive, harassing, stalking, threatening or comments that personally attack an individual
- Defamatory, offensive, obscene or vulgar comments
- Hateful language targeting race/ethnicity, religion, gender, nationality or political beliefs
- Fraudulent, deceptive, misleading or unlawful posts/comments
- Trolling or deliberate disruption of discussion
- Content that is spamming in nature
- Solicitation of goods or services for personal gain
- Uploading files or links that contain viruses or programs that could damage the operation of other people’s computers
- Any posts about a legal issue, legal case or attorneys
- Posting of any personal information including, but not limited to, email address or phone number
- Based on the severity of the infraction, the Washington Pavilion reserves the right to delete comments or ban the user
Addressing Social Media Complaints
In the event of a visitor complaint, the Washington Pavilion may address the issue directly and personally with the individual. A representative from the Washington Pavilion may follow up with a private message so we can better delve into the issue at hand and do our best to remedy the situation. We thank you in advance for your courtesy and respect in the event of a complaint.
We may make changes to this Policy from time to time. We will notify you of substantial changes to this Policy either by posting a prominent announcement on our site and/or by sending a message to the e-mail address you have provided to us that is contained within your user settings.