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100 Point Challenge does not sell or pass on personal contact details to any other organisation and will not do so in future without asking you for a specific opt-in to that scheme. 100 Point Challenge does collect standard log files on its web server. These log files do not collect personal data but rather collect information which assists 100 Point Challenge in assessing the use and usability of it various sites. This information may include the IP address of your computer. 100 Point Challenge will not attempt to trace that IP address to you personally, nor will it allow that information to be tracked by outside agencies.
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