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- We aren't responsible for information that may be gathered by ad networks, affiliates, or advertisers when you complete surveys or fill out order forms. Nor are we responsible for any of the "cookies" that our advertising networks, booking partners, and traffic-measurement services may place in your "temporary Internet files" directory to keep track (for example) of whether you've previously visited the site or seen an ad. And while we don't track IP addresses, which are the Internet Protocol numbers temporarily or permanently assigned to your network or computer by Internet service providers, companies such as Google and Quantcast (see below) may do so for purposes of traffic measuring and analysis.
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