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Most web sites collect some sort of information about their visitors in order to gather statistics about how many visitors they get each month, what are the most and least popular pages on the website, where there may be problems in serving certain pages to visitors, etc. In an effort to answer questions such as these, LifeSciecneGuru also collects certain basic information about its visitors.

Please note, however, that has no interest in personally identifying its users. This would be practically quite difficult, and quite an unnecessary task to accomplish anyway. The only thing the LifeSciecneGuru is interested in is the overall statistics of its readership. Cumulative figures that provide a picture of visitor traffic to our site are vital in our efforts to attract advertisers — upon whose support the site depends — and to monitor how well our web server is keeping up with our ever-increasing readership. collect about its visitors? Each time someone visits the site, our web server logs a number of details — if they are available — including the IP address of the visitor’s computer and/or Internet service provider, the domain name and country of origin of that computer, its operating system, and the type of web browser being used.

ScienceDaily uses certain third-party web traffic analysis services, such as Google Analytics.which collect similar information about traffic.
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We are just keeping our visitor’s record for our website, even though it is our policy not to personally identify individual users but only to gather overall cumulative information about our visitors. We keep this record.