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Log file information is automatically reported by your browser each time you access a web page.
When you use the Monthly Barometer Platform, our servers automatically record certain information that your web browser sends out whenever you visit any website. These server logs may include information such as your web request, IP address, browser type, referring/exit pages and URLs, number of clicks, domain names, landing pages, pages viewed, and other similar information.
When you use the Monthly Barometer Platform, we may employ web beacons, which are used to track the online usage patterns of Users anonymously. No personally identifiable information from your account is collected using these beacons. In addition, we may also use web beacons in HTML- based emails sent to Users to track which emails are opened by recipients.