The Foundation for Peace recognises the importance of the personal data by which you can be identified, such as your name, address, or e-mail address (“Personal Data”). In general, you can visit http://www.foundation4peace.org.gridhosted.co.uk without revealing any Personal Data. We track the Internet address of people who visit www.foundation4peace.org and analyse this data for trends and statistics, but the tracked data does not include your Personal Data. If you do not provide the information we request, you can still visit most of our website but you may be unable to access certain options, offers and services.
Some parts of The Foundation for Peace website send “cookies” to your computer to better serve you with more tailored information in preparation for when you return. Cookies are identifiers that include unique characters, but unless you input your Personal Data onto our website you cannot be identified and remain anonymous. You can set most browsers to tell you when you are sent a cookie and to refuse to receive it.
The policy below describes how we store and manage data that we collect or receive via our website.
When you contact us
* If you contact us via email, telephone, or submit an enquiry via one of our forms on www.foundation4peace.org your details and a history of the communication will be stored by us in order for us to deal with your enquiries adequately and improve our customer support services.
When you submit your details
* Your personal details will never be passed onto any other companies or third parties and will never be added to any third party mailing lists or databases.
* Your information will be stored confidentially and securely by us and only used by The Foundation for Peace pre-authorised personnel in order to provide you with access to our products, services and information that we believe will interest you.
* The Foundation for Peace may also use information about our users in statistical aggregate form. This is non-personal information but simply refers to information such as number of registrations, traffic patterns and site user trends to help us improve the usability of our website.
When you access www.foundation4peace.org
* When you access www.foundation4peace.org, your computer automatically sends us information such as the URL you have visited, your IP address, your browser type and language, and the date and time of your request.
* If you perform a search on www.foundation4peace.org, your searches are logged and may be used internally, so as to better personalise our service to you. We do not record your user details for this purpose.
Protecting your Information
* We use a CRM system on a secure server in a high-security data centre to protect all the information you provide us with.
Contacting The Foundation for Peace
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this website please contact us.
We want to make the use of our website easy, useful and reliable. To do this we sometimes place small amounts of information on your device. These include small files known as cookies. They cannot be used to identify you personally but they do make your experience as a visitor better.
Our site automatically deploys two cookies on visitors’ computers on arrival at our website, provided cookies are not blocked by the vistors’ browsers.
One of these cookies (CONCRETE5) allows us to maintain the user browsing experience and identify whether the user is logged into restricted areas. This is automatically deleted at the end of the browsing session.
One of these cookies (PHPSESSID) allows us to maintain the user browsing experience and identify whether the user is logged into restricted areas. This is automatically deleted at the end of the browsing session.
In addition the site deploys a number of third party generated cookies because of the integration of various third party applications on the site.
The cookies of which we are aware include:
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These cookies provide us with information about the numbers of visitors and how they reached us, they also recognise location when used with Google maps and allow the pages to be liked using Google+.
You can restrict or block the cookies used by the website through your browser settings but this will impact your user experience. The Help function within your browser should tell you how.
Alternatively, you can visit www.aboutcookies.org which provides directions on how to block cookies on all major browsers. This site also explains how you can delete cookies that have already been stored on your computer as well as general information about cookies.
You should be aware though that restricting cookies may impact on the functionality of the websites you visit.