The Stanley Foundation recognizes the importance of privacy to visitors of The Stanley Foundation Web site or any other Web site owned and operated by The Stanley Foundation.
Web Server Log Files
The Stanley Foundation's Web server, like most servers, collects information about visitors and stores them in log files. This information is gathered and stored each time the site is accessed.
Information Not Collected
- Visitor's name
- Phone number
- Credit card numbers
- Other personal or personally identifying information
- The Internet Protocol Address (IP Address) of the machine that accessed our Web site
- The date of the visit
- The time of the visit
- The path taken through our Web site
- The browser being used
- A list of files downloaded or viewed
- The amount of time spent on each page (including time spent listening to audio files)
- Any errors encountered
Most Internet Service Providers (ISP) use a dynamic form of assigning IP Addresses. This means that a visitor often has a different IP Address each time he or she visits The Stanley Foundation site. Many other ISPs (such as AOL) use Proxy Servers that further protect the anonymity of visitors.
How Information Is Used
The Stanley Foundation uses the information gathered in our log files to help us understand and evaluate our audience. By analyzing our logs, we can better understand which features work well and which features may not. It also helps us evaluate how well we are reaching our audience. The information gathered is NEVER shared with any other company or organization. It is used exclusively by The Stanley Foundation.
Sometimes, The Stanley Foundation's sites use a "cookie" to more accurately track your visit. This is a small file stored on your computer that uniquely identifies your machine. No personal information is stored in a "cookie." If you do not wish to accept a "cookie" from The Stanley Foundation's servers, you can adjust the settings in your browser accordingly. Refusing to accept a "cookie" does not affect how the site works.
In some sections of our site, we may ask for personal information, such as your name, mailing address, and e-mail address. If you are under 18 years of age, you must have a parent's consent to provide this information. Information gathered in any section will not be shared outside The Stanley Foundation. Personal information, such as names, is used exclusively for identification purposes only, and mailing and e-mail addresses are used to provide a timely reply or respond to a request (i.e., for a publication). No personal information is required to send us anonymous comments.
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|Catherine Miller Explorer Awards: Where in the World Do You Want to Go?
Attention all full-time Muscatine Community School District and Saints Mary and Mathias Catholic School K-12 teachers, for the 2015-2016 school year, the Stanley Foundation announces: Catherine Miller Explorer Awards. Enter the drawing.
Director of Communications: The director of communications, a senior professional at the Stanley Foundation, is responsible for all aspects of the foundation’s external communications, from general brand to specific material production.
Program Officer, Media: The Stanley Foundation seeks a program officer to join its Policy Programming Department. The chosen candidate will work with the foundation’s leadership team and staff to plan, implement, and assess the impact of the foundation’s media programming in pursuit of our mission, vision, and organizational goals.
Policy Program Officer, Nuclear Security: The Stanley Foundation seeks a program officer to plan, implement, and assess the impact of the foundation’s nuclear security policy programming.
Policy Program Officer, Human Protection: The Stanley Foundation seeks a program officer to plan, implement, and assess the impact of the foundation’s human protection policy programming.
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|Stanley Foundation Annual Conferences
The Stanley Foundation holds two annual conferences, UN Issues and the Strategy for Peace Conference. These bring together experts from the public and private sectors to meet in a distraction-free setting and candidly exchange ideas on pressing foreign policy challenges.
Divided into roundtable talks, the cutting-edge discussions are intended to inspire group consensus and shared recommendations to push forward the debate on the foundation’s key policy areas.
|Nuclear Security Video
The Stanley Foundation produced a 13-minute video looking at what needs to be done to stop terrorist groups from acquiring enough fissile material to make a bomb. The foundation talked with over a dozen diverse and distinguished experts from the Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group and the Fissile Materials Working Group to see how today's patchwork of voluntary arrangements can be forged into a long-lasting system. Watch the video.
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