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In the Google Analytics analytics tool, we process cookie-related user data and events, user IDs (e.g., User ID) and ad group identifiers (e.g. DoubleClick cookies, Android advertising ID, or Advertiser ID on Apple devices). This data does not allow your person to be identified. This data is stored in Google Analytics for up to 50 months, afterwards, the data is automatically deleted. When you re-visit the site, the cookie (if not disabled) resumes and the time starts counting from the beginning.
We do not send any data to Google Analytics which would identify your person. Sending data such as your address, name, e-mail, telephone number, or other unique identifier to identify your identity is strictly prohibited under the terms of Google Analytics. Follow best practices to prevent sending data that can identify you. You can read these steps here.
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