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We do this because we like to know what parts of our site are visited often, those which are not, and which are the most popular. This information means that we can improve the site and concentrate on making sure that you enjoy it. Almost every website monitors its visitors in such a way, and we just want to make sure you know where you stand with us.

In other words, your information is safe with us.