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We use Google Analytics to measure the use of our website.
- which pages are visited
- what source/medium the user visited us from
- how long users spend on each page to measure whether our content is being read
- approximate geographical location of users to determine the reach of our work
- what devices and networks are accessing our content so we can improve our design and performance of our website
- counting downloads and interactions on web pages.
We do not use any Remarketing or Advertising Reporting features like Demographics and Interest Reports. There is no personally identifying data stored within Google Analytics.
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