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When someone visits the Strategy to Revenue website we use a third-party service, Lead Forensics, to collect internet log information and details of visitor behaviour patterns. Lead Forensics works on the basis of reverse business IP tracking. A small tracking code is placed on a business’ website(s) which then enables them to identify the business IP addresses of their website visitors. Lead Forensics matches the identified business IP address to a wholly owned global database of businesses and business information.
The Lead Forensics software is almost entirely focused on leveraging business-related information to effectively match a business IP address with wider business data to provide valuable business-related visitor information to our customers. Lead Forensics does not identify any personal IP addresses, mobile devices or any other data than that associated with the business. Business related data is not applicable under GDPR – which has the intention of protecting personal data. Therefore, the majority of the Lead Forensics solution and its features are not relevant to GDPR.
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