Protecting your personal information is important. The Archive of Native American Recorded History will collect, use, and share information obtained from online visitors only in the following ways:
- Personal information when you voluntarily provide it through the ANARH site
- ANARH uses personal information only for its intended purpose
- ANARH may disclose personal information to contractors or associates to carry out your requests
- ANARH will not otherwise disclose personal information to outside parties, including other government agencies, without first obtaining permission from you, unless disclosure is required by law or court order or to protect the ANARH site itself
- ANARH provides a safe online environment for children in accordance with Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) principles (detailed below)
- ANARH has safeguards in place to protect the information collected
The ANARH web portal has thousands of recordings and related materials made available digitally to users on its website. Because of the extensive number of items available through the website, it is possible that some online collections items may contain personally identifiable information. Regardless of the format in which our collections materials are presented to users, all users are responsible for complying with all privacy and publicity rights, rules, and applicable laws when accessing and utilizing the collections.
If you have a question about personal information in the collection, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.