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- To recognize and count the number of visitors to teach-link.com;
- To track how visitors move around teach-link.com; and
- To improve the usability of teach-link.com.
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What About Do Not Track? Currently there is no industry standard regarding what, if anything websites should do when they receive Do Not Track (DNT) signals form browsers - See allaboutdnt[dot]com/faqs (All About DNT FAQs).
There being no consensus about DNT We currently do not participate in any DNT program.]
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