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We don't have any of your personal info.
We use Google Analytics to understand the traffic that our website experiences. We do not utilize Google’s Advertising Features that reflect personal data of visitors. Google Analytics data is automatically collected using cookies. This data is only visible to essential employees and to our marketing agency.
What information do you see from Google Analytics?
We see a general information about the traffic that comes to our website (geographical location, browser types, operating system, length of visit, page views, referral source, and a unique user identifier and/or IP address) . We do not have access to see your Google username, your contact information, or any of your personally identifiable information.
Why do you use Google Analytics?
The basic information we see in Google Analytics helps us to know what pages on our website are most helpful and what ones we need to improve. We tailor our website based on the data we see to make our website the best it can be for our visitors.
Can I opt-out?
Yes. Google will be releasing a tool before May 25, 2018 that will allow users to delete their data from Analytics. When Google releases that tool, we will provide more information on how to use it.
For EEA users
Individuals located in the European Economic Area (EEA) have certain rights regarding their online personal information. These rights include accessing, correcting, or deleting personal data that was collected on our website. If you are located in the EEA, you can:
Contact us to request a personal report of your data.
Contact us to delete or correct your data.
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