Part of the reason Fifth Wave Manufacturing collects data is to gain usage statistics and analytics about the site, its content and services. This helps us know what types of content are working the best to serve our readers (based on number of accesses and length of engagement). Using analytic software like Google Analytics, we can also tell what type of platform is being used (computer, tablet, phone) which may also have an affect on how we prepare and display editorial content in the future. Other data points include country of origin, and personal demographic points such as gender, age, time of day for access, etc.
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How We Utilize Information
Besides site design, editorial feedback, and traffic information, your information can also be used to:
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