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What personal information does The Russell Sage Foundation collect and how is it used?
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Any personal information we collect is always voluntarily submitted by you. This information is used by The Russell Sage Foundation to communicate with you in the future (if you have given your permission for such contact). We keep confidential all personal information entered during registration.
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We also provide personal information to third parties on a completely confidential basis to enable a third party to perform certain tasks, such as maintain a membership database or send email alerts and/or newsletters, on our behalf. These third party providers are committed to protecting the privacy of our members and subscribers, and will not utilize your information for any other purpose but to provide the services, which we contract for. We may share aggregate information about web site usage and traffic patterns, stripped of any personally identifiable information, to third parties to comply with various reporting obligations and for business or marketing purposes.
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