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Targeted Advertising; Do Not Track Signals:
Some web browsers offer a “Do Not Track” (“DNT”) signal that is a HTTP header field indicating your preference regarding tracking or cross-site user tracking. Although I am currently unable to honour DNT signals, I do not collect personal information when you visit my Site unless you provide such information to me.