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NEW SERVICE AIMS TO FOLLOW USERS ACROSS MULTIPLE DEVICES

Visiting Subway’s website on a personal computer might not seem to have anything to do with checking the NFL’s app on a phone. But these discrete activities are the foundation for a new service to help marketers follow you around.

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