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We use Google Analytics to monitor website visitor numbers and build an audience picture. You cannot be personally identified from this data and we never disclose the information to third parties.
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If you decide to do so, FreebieList.com will not be held responsible for information being intercepted by any third party. While we strive to keep the information that you supply directly and indirectly secure, please be aware that the Internet and WWW is not a fully secure medium.
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