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If a user is on their corporate VPN or company WiFi how do you recognize the person at the individual level?
If a user is on their corporate VPN or company WiFi how do you recognize the person at the individual level?
Updated over a week ago

The nature of this question suggests a misconception that our person-level identification is based on a user's IP address. It's important to clarify that we do not use IP addresses for visitor identification. Especially in a corporate environment where VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) or company WiFi are used, relying on IP addresses for individual identification becomes nearly impossible. This is because VPNs and company networks typically mask or share IP addresses among multiple users, making it challenging to distinguish individuals based solely on this data. Our approach to user identification focuses on different methodologies that are more reliable, ensuring accurate data collection.

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