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The Listen to Musak web site does not collect nor store your personal data in any way. In common with most sites, the web server may collect information from your browser, including your IP addresses and the page you request which will be logged and use to identify the most popular pages. It is anonymous and we do not know who you are. If you contact us with your email address it will not be sold or released to anybody else unless the law requires it.
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