A cookie is a small text file placed on a computer or other device and used to identify the user or device and collect information. Cookies are typically assigned to one of four categories, depending on their function and intended purpose: necessary cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies, and cookies for marketing purposes.
You can manage website cookies in your web browser (for example, Edge, Explorer, Chrome, Safari, etc.) settings, and you always have the choice to change these settings by accepting, rejecting, or deleting cookies. If you change your settings, you may find that certain functions and features will not work as intended on the services. Cookie settings are slightly different depending on the browser used, so to manage cookies, you should refer to the program documentation and the relevant settings within your particular browser.
Local shared objects/Flash cookies: Flash cookies, also known as local shared objects, are designed to support browser content supported by Adobe Flash. They are usually used to enable ads and video content on websites. Like other cookies, they will store information on your device, some of which will be specific to the Flash-enabled content. Flash cookies can only be deleted within Adobe Flash rather than via your browser. Please refer to Adobe Flash's help page for information on managing your privacy settings and deletion of Flash cookies.
Web beacons: Our web pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons (also called single-pixel gifs and transparent graphic images) that we use to help deliver cookies on our sites, count users who have visited those sites, provide services, and analyze the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns, for example. We may also include web beacons in our marketing email messages or "brewsletters" to determine whether an email is opened or links are clicked.
Web server & application logs: Our servers automatically collect certain information to help us administer and protect the services, analyze usage, and improve users' experience. The data collected includes:
Mobile devices have an identifier that allows companies to serve targeted ads to a specific mobile device. In many cases, you can turn off mobile device ad tracking or reset the advertising identifier at any time within your mobile device privacy settings. You may also choose to turn off location tracking on your mobile device. If you turn off ad tracking or location tracking, we will no longer use information collected from your device’s advertising identifier for advertising. As a result, you may still see the same number of ads, but they may be less relevant because they will not be based on your interests or location.
If we process cookies based on your consent (as indicated at the time of collection of such data), you have the right to withdraw your consent at any point by contacting us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that if you exercise this right, you may have to provide your consent on a case-by-case basis for the use by us or disclosure of certain cookies if such use or disclosure is necessary to enable you to utilize some or all of our services.