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North Hertfordshire District Council will not use Google Analytics to track or to collect any personally identifiable information about visitors to our site. We will not use Google Analytics data with any other personally identifying information from any other source. We do not allow Google to use our analytics data in anonymous form as part of their benchmarking service.
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