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The content shared on this blog represents the personal views by the author, Natalia Bielczyk, PhD, and does not represent the views of her current or former employers/collaborators. The purpose of this blog is to share personal views at the job market, as well as multiple areas of life. None of this content is a professional financial or medical advice and shouldn’t be treated as such.
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Some subpages of this website contain affiliate links from Amazon. It means that if you buy the linked product or service, then the owner of this website, Natalia, would get a tiny kickback fee. If any Amazon products are linked with an affiliate link in a given blog post, it is clearly stated below the text.
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(b) What Types of Data We Store.
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