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Which cookies does Uptime use and how?
Analytics cookies collect information about your use of our website. However, analytics shows us only overall patterns of use on the website rather than information about any individual visit or visitor. Analytics helps us understand what parts of our website are appreciated and what parts are not, for us to improve your experience on the website. It helps us find problems with the website and teaches us what advertising campaigns are relevant for you and our other visitors.
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