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It's important to comply with Google Analytics Terms of Service and one condition is that you must not use Google Analytics to record any personally identifiable information about your visitors. Often, this rule is broken when URLs are posted using the HTML get function:


To check your Google Analytics installation is not breaking this rule, here's some checks you can perform:

1) Check for personal data in Content > Top Content
2) Filter for Containing “@”
3) Export your Top Content, use &limit=50000 suffixed to the Content >Top Content report
4) Export to CSV (does not work for CSV for Excel)
5) Check your Content for personal data
6) Check your Content for URLs to clean or remove in order to aggregate your data for better analysis

Back to Basics: Tip for exporting rows

How do I export more than 500 rows of report data?

More Google Analytics &limit hacks:

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