Unlike a Facebook or Google or a number of other matchmaking sites, our business model doesn't involve making money off user profile data.
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Full disclosure: Like any smart business, we heed the saying, "You cannot improve what you don't measure." Like any smart online business, therefore, we do employ a variety of third-party web and app analytics tools to track and measure user behavior.
For such tools to function, we must necessarily integrate them into our platform. So, the analytics service providers have varying levels of access to our user data, in the aggregate and the specific. These include Google Analytics, Clicky, Amplitude, Facebook Events Manager, LiveSession, and HelpCrunch.
It isn't lost on us that the list include two tech giants who have been rapped on their knuckles by regulatory authorities in the past for overreach in their handling of user data.