All participants in Fiddle Hell Online have the right to disable their audio and video, and to anonymize their display name (e.g., by changing it to “Anon”) at any time in live Zoom meetings through Zoom controls during FHO. When replaying a previously recorded video, participant audio and video cannot be enabled, so such disabling or anonymizing is not necessary or possible. Participants agree as part of the mandatory Attendee Agreement (agreed to by actively checking the associated checkbox during registration, or by reviewing the agreement later, or by participating in FHO) that if they enable audio and video, then livestream feeds and recordings of their audio, video, and still image may be audible and visible to others attending FHO sessions, during the event and for 4 months after the event, and they give their permission for these feeds and recordings to be audible and visible. They also give permission for their comments in chats, session Q&A, and community discussion boards to be visible to others. Fiddle Hell Massachusetts LLC, its members, managers, officers, employees, independent contractors, agents, representatives, and assigns may use photographs, audio, and videos of participants for promotional purposes. Detailed language specific to such usage is included in the mandatory Attendee Agreement.
When someone registers for Fiddle Hell Online, the following personal information is collected as part of the required registration process: full name, email address, age group, number of times previously attended Fiddle Hell, instrument(s) played, country, state, city or town (optional), time zone, and comments (optional). Additionally, payment information is securely collected as necessary for credit card payments (online) or payments by check (by mail). This information is collected directly; no cookies are used. This information may be used for purposes including but not limited to: contacting you with your registration confirmation and other relevant information for participation in Fiddle Hell Online, informing future Fiddle Hell programming choices, announcements related to Fiddle Hell and other folk music events.
In order for a child aged 13-17 to participate in Fiddle Hell Online, a parent or legal guardian age 18 or older is required to purchase the child's ticket, to supervise the safe and appropriate behavior of the child during FHO and for 4 months thereafter, and to agree to the terms of the Parent or Legal Guardian Agreement for Child 13-17.
Those who reside in the European Economic Area may have the right to exercise certain privacy rights under applicable laws. Fiddle Hell Massachusetts LLC will process such requests in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
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