Last updated: February 13, 2024
What are cookies
Cookies are small pieces of data that websites store on your browser when you visit them. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize your visit and collect information about how you use that website.
In addition to cookies, this website may use other technologies that are similar in function, such as pixels, local or web storage, and embedded scripts.
Pixels: Also called web beacons, or “clear gifs,” and single-pixel tags/gifs, or web tags, are tiny graphics with a unique identifier placed on a website or in an email that gathers information about your interaction with that website or email. Because of their small size, they are not visible. Pixels can also enable us and third parties to place cookies on your browser.
Local or Web Storage: Local or web storage refers to other places on a browser or device where information can be stored. It includes both your own device storage and browser cache.
Embedded Scripts: An embedded script is a programming code that is designed to collect information about your interactions with the Services, such as the links you click. The code is temporarily downloaded onto your device, is active only while you are connected to the Services and is deactivated or deleted after you are no longer connected.
We use the term “cookie” to cover all of these technologies.
You can find more information about cookies at: www.allaboutcookies.org.
How long cookies are stored in your browser depends on the cookie. Some cookies only persist for the duration of your online session, while others remain stored in your browser for a longer period of time.
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You can withdraw your consent or change your cookie settings at any time, by clicking on "Cookie Settings" at the bottom of any page on our website.
There are also services available that can assist you with managing your cookie preferences, including industry groups, standards associations, and tools provided by the cookie providers and social media sites. Please note that we have no affiliation with, and are not responsible for, third-party websites. Opting out through these mechanisms does not block all online advertising. You will continue to receive generic advertisements.
- Global Privacy Control and Privacy plug-ins: You can block cookies used for interest-based ads by installing browser plugins like Privacy Badger, DuckDuckGo, Ghostery, or uBlock Origin and configuring them to block third-party cookies/trackers. For more information, please visit https://globalprivacycontrol.org/.
- Google Analytics: You may download the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
- DAA: You may use the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”) consumer choice tools to apply opt-outs to interest-based advertising and other applicable uses of web-viewing data by DAA participating companies by visiting http://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2&lang=EN#completed.
- NAI: You may also manage opt-outs through the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) opt-out tool at http://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1.
- Web Beacons and Pixels: You may avoid web beacons and pixels by disabling the functionality that allows remote images to load in your email account and refraining from clicking on any links in email messages.