Third-party data is data collected from sources other than the data subject themselves or the website they’re interacting with. For example, a website may collect third-party data from the internet (publicly available information, government records, social media, etc.) or from data sources (data brokers, email lists, third-party data scraping tools, industry reports, etc.).
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