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Best practice on hit counters

From: Green, Necie <ggreen@tmhs.org>
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011 14:51:42 +0000
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Hello,

Iím in search of guidelines for using hit counters on websites. I know  
this is passť, but I need an authoritative source that I can quote to  
our customers, to back up our policy on not adding hit counters to our  
site. Is this information noted on W3C.org? I searched around and  
couldnít find it but perhaps Iím not looking in the right place.  
Thanks for your help!

Necie Green
Web Communications Specialist
The Methodist Hospital System
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