Texting (SMS) Terms of Use


1. By subscribing to SMS ticketing reminders and text marketing, you consent to receive up to 10 SMS messages per day, including text messages from us which may include offers from our affiliates and partners. You can unsubscribe at any time from all SMS ticketing alerts and marketing by sending STOP to 833-975-2787. Peer-to-peer SMS correspondence is also available to visitors of The Broad by texting 213-232-6280 and is used for visitor inquiries and not for marketing purposes. By sending an SMS inquiry to 213-232-6280 you are selecting to opt-in and participate in peer-to-peer SMS correspondence. When participating in peer-to-peer correspondences, you consent to receive up to 20 messages per text message that you send. You can unsubscribe and opt-out of peer-to-peer text correspondence at any time by sending STOP to 213-232-6280. Message frequency may vary depending on the category of messages you opt into.

 

2. Supported carriers include, but are not limited to, Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, Metro PCS, Sprint, Boost, Virgin Mobile USA, and U.S. Cellular.

 

3. Message and Data Rates May Apply: your wireless carrier’s standard messaging rates apply to your entry or submission message, our confirmation and all subsequent SMS correspondence. The Broad does not charge for any content; however, downloadable content may incur additional charges from your wireless carrier. Please contact your wireless carrier for information about your messaging plan. Your carrier may impose message or charge limitations on your account that are outside of our control. All charges are billed by and payable to your wireless carrier

 

4. You represent that you are the owner, or authorized user of the wireless device you use to subscribe to the service, and that you are authorized to approve the applicable charges.

 

5. We will not be liable for any delays or failures in your receipt of any SMS messages as delivery is subject to effective transmission from your network operator and processing by your mobile device. SMS message services are provided on an AS IS AVAILABLE basis.

 

6. Data obtained from you in connection with this SMS service may include your mobile phone number, your carrier's name, and the date, time and content of your messages and other information that you may provide. We may use this information to contact you and to provide the services you request from us, and to otherwise operate, develop and improve the service. Your wireless carrier and other service providers may also collect data from your SMS usage, and their practices are governed by their own policies. We will only use the information you provide to the service to transmit your text message or as otherwise described in this document. Nonetheless, we reserve the right at all times to disclose any information as necessary to satisfy any law, regulation or governmental request, to avoid liability, or to protect our rights or property. When you complete forms online or otherwise provide us information in connection with the service, you agree to provide accurate, complete, and true information.

 

7. The service as well as the content and materials received through the service are proprietary to us and our licensors, and are for your personal, non-commercial use only. You shall not damage, impair, interfere with or disrupt the service or its functionality.

 

8. The service is available only in the United States.

 

9. We reserve the right to alter charges and/or these terms and conditions from time to time. We may suspend or terminate the service to you if we believe you are in breach of our terms and conditions. Your service is also subject to termination in the event your wireless service terminates or lapses. We may discontinue the service at any time.

 

10. If you have any questions, you can e-mail info@thebroad.org.

 

11. The Broad and its SMS service provider, Twilio, are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages.

 

12. When it comes to the collection of personal information from children under 13, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) puts parents in control. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation's consumer protection agency, enforces the COPPA Rule, which spells out what operators of websites and online services must do to protect children's privacy and safety online.  The Broad takes special care to protect the safety and privacy of children. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under thirteen years of age.

 

13. The Broad’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policy are incorporated herein.