We take privacy seriously. It's a primary focus of our research and public policy work. If you give us information, unless clearly stated otherwise, we will not share that information with anyone, at anytime, unless we ask you before doing so. Our reputation has largely been built upon our discretion and loyalty to our clients and partners.
We require that you authenticate when accessing certain parts of our website, products, services, and events. We are open to multiple and alternative types of authentication, some of which include social information, like Twitter or Facebook, and as a result we are able to better understand you via your shared networks. We do not require this information, but if you make it available to us we will use it for our better understanding of you, but will not share that understanding with others.