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We use log files to measure visitor activity, to prevent security breaches and to hopefully improve our site. We do not collect data for any other purposes.
We DO use Google Webmaster tools to manage submissions to Google and to check for site errors. This provides no personally identifiable information to either us or our server.
We DO NOT use Google Analytics, mainly for privacy reasons but also due to its impact on page loading. In addition, it's easily and increasingly blocked by browser add-ons (which we think is a very good thing). A useful tool to test this (for any site) is GA Checker, just enter the domain, e.g.
Social Network Spying
Scramble does not use any social media "buttons" or functionality, as most of it is designed to track a user's web behaviour and preferences.
Please note that Scramble is not responsible for the privacy policies or content of third party sites (for example: Google collects data when a YouTube video is embedded).
Last update: 09.07.16
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