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Audience measurement is useful to evaluate the content published and usability of the site, anonymously. The data received will not be sent to third-parties.
Indeedd, the IP address that cookies capture is automatically anonymised before being integrated into Google Analytics to prevent further use of personal data or link with other personal information;
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