PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED
The National Trust has a strong commitment to internet privacy. We provide choices to the consumer in deciding when and how to provide different categories of personally identifiable information. In general, when you visit the Website and access information, we do not require you to register or provide personal identifiable information to us. However, there are occasions when we will ask for additional information. For example, you may be required to register your name and e-mail address or other necessary information in order to enter certain member-only areas of the Website. You may also be required to register your name and e-mail address and provide other information if you wish to receive e-newsletters, event information, participate in special initiatives or in surveys or contests. It is your choice to provide such information, and you may opt out from receiving any of this type of information in the future.
If a user elects to share pages from our Website with friends, colleagues or on social media sites, we ask for the recipient’s name and e-mail address. The National Trust will automatically send the recipient a one-time message inviting them to visit the Website. The National Trust uses the recipient’s information for the sole purpose of sending this one-time e-mail, and the recipient information is not retained.
PERSONALLY INDENTIFIABLE INFORAMTION CONTAINED IN USER CONTENT
Some sections of our Website may allow users to post or transmit messages, comments, screen names, computer files and other materials. We encourage your thoughts, stories, photos, but be advised that any content you submit to the Website will not be returned to you and may be used by the National Trust in any manner we see fit, including reprinting it in full or in a modified version on our Website or elsewhere or using elements of in on our Website. You will not be entitled to remuneration for any use of your content by the National Trust.
You are solely responsible for the content you transmit on the Website. The National Trust is not obligated to monitor such transmissions, and therefore cannot be responsible for any personally identifiable information or other information that may be contained in such transmissions. You agree not to transmit through the Website any unlawful, harassing, libellous, abusive, threatening, or harmful material of any kind or nature.
USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION AND PRIVACY CHOICES
LINKS TO THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
THIRD PARTY ADVERTISING
We use third party advertising companies to service ads when you visit our Website. These companies may use aggregated information (not including your name, address, e-mail or telephone number) about your visits to the Website in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you.
SECURITY OF YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION
All information provided to the National Trust is transmitted using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption. SSL is proven coding system that lets your browser automatically encrypt or scramble data before you send it to us. We also protect account information by placing it on secure portions of our Website that are only accessible by certain qualified employees of the National Trust. Unfortunately, however, no data transmission over the Internet is 100% secure. While we strive to protect your information, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of such information.
COMPLIANCE WITH THE CHILDREN’S ACT, 2012
The National Trust complies fully with the Controlling the Assault on Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003 (CAN-SPAM Act). To this end, the National Trust ALWAYS provides recipients of e-mail marketing and e-newsletters a clear mechanism to opt-out of receiving information in the future and honours any such requests promptly. ALWAYS provides accurate header and subject line information prior to sending e-mails. The National Trust commits to sending only e-mails with specific subject lines and a clear delineation from whom the e-mail was sent. ALWAYS provide the National Trust’s physical address within the body of all our e-mail messages.
The National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago
68-70 Sackville Street,
Port of Spain
(868) 225- 4750 or (868) 277-6105
UPDATING YOUR INFORMATION
You can help the National Trust ensure the accuracy of your information. If you have any changes to your physical address, title, e-mail, name or phone number, please:
Update your profile online if you are registered with the National Trust.
Submit an address change request if you are not already registered.