Last Updated: January 10, 2018
What Cookies are
Cookies are small data files which are downloaded to your device when you visit a website. Cookies are then sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes that cookie. Cookies are useful because they allow us to recognize your device and enhance your user experience.
Services, features, and preferences
Performance, Analytics and Research
We partner with third party publishers, advertising networks and service providers to manage our ads on other sites. Our third party partners may set Cookies on your device or use the technologies described below to gather information about your activities on the website and other sites and online services you use, in order to provide you with ads that match your profiles or interests.
Third party advertisers
We may work with advertisers and advertising service providers to serve ads that may be relevant to you based on your inferred interests, location or other information collected about you, which may use a cookie or the technologies described below, placed by us or the third party (although we would not share any other information that identifies you with an advertiser) on our website, or on a third party website or online service. The placing of these technologies on your device may enable you to be identified across multiple websites and online services.
Duration of Cookies
Some Cookies , known as “session Cookies “, will stay on your device only for as long as you are accessing our website. Others, known as “persistent Cookies “, are stored on your device for longer periods.
We may allow others to provide analytics services and serve advertisements on our behalf. In addition to the uses of Cookies described above, these entities may use other methods, such as the technologies described below, to collect information about your use of the website and other websites and online services.
Pixels tags. Pixel tags (which are also called clear GIFs, web beacons, or pixels), are small pieces of code that can be embedded on websites and emails. Pixels tags may be used to learn how you interact with our site pages and emails, and this information helps us and our partners provide you with a more tailored experience.
Device Identifiers. A device identifier is a unique label can be used to identify a mobile device. Device identifiers may be used to track, analyze and improve the performance of the website and ads delivered.
Local storage. Local storage is an industry-standard technology that enables the storage and retrieval of data on a computer, mobile phone or other device. Local storage may be used to store user preferences on devices.
Most devices and web browsers are set to accept Cookies by default. If you prefer, you may be able to remove or reject Cookies . You can learn more about how to block Cookies by visiting allaboutcookies.org. Please note that if you choose to remove or reject Cookies , this could affect the availability and functionality of our website and services.
Revisions to this Policy