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The site is run on shared hosting Word Press running on an Apache Server with the default settings. This tool collects log files. This isn’t something we decided to do, but is just part of the system that we were given, and we are not exactly sure how to turn it off. It’s apparently something that almost every web site does. The Apache Server collects log data, like IP addresses, time of access, and files accessed. Usually, the files just sit there, but sometimes we look at them to write reports to justify the web site by showing people are actually looking at things on it, and also to see what things people like to view. Also we look at which countries are accessing the site. More information on these log files can be found online here:
internet – Do default Apache logs violate the GDPR? – Law Stack Exchange
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