A "cookie" is a small piece of data stored on your device when you visit a website or app. Cookies mostly help us learn which areas of the website are useful and which areas need improvement.
Cookies are categorized:
1. According to the entity that controls the device or domain through which the cookies are sent:
2. According to the lifespan of the cookie:
3. According to the purpose of the cookie:
You can refuse or accept cookies at any time through the settings on your browser. Please note that if you disable cookies on your device you may not be able to access certain sections of our website or app, because not all features may operate as intended. An alternative may be to browse using your browser's anonymous usage setting (called "Incognito" in Chrome, "InPrivate" in Internet Explorer, "Private Browsing" in Firefox and Safari). If you use these settings, the website or app will continue to drop cookies and should operate as normal. Once you end your session (by closing the browser), all cookies dropped during this session will be destroyed.
The abovementioned links are not edited, controlled, maintained or supervised by us. Thus, we are not responsible for the content of said websites.
Most mobile devices provide you control over tracking for advertising purposes via the “Limit Ad Tracking” setting (more specific information for iOS devices here) or the “Opt out of Interest-Based Ads” setting (more specific information for Android devices here).
A guide to behavioral advertising and online privacy has been produced by the Internet advertising industry which can be found at www.youronlinechoices.eu. The guide contains an explanation of the IAB's self-regulatory scheme to allow you greater control of the advertising you see.
Additionally, you may visit aboutcookies.org or allaboutcookies.org (which is run by the Internet Advertising Bureau Europe) for further information about cookies, including the cookies installed in your device and how to configure and remove them.
We may also use the following types of technologies that are similar to cookies:
Pixel tags. Pixel tags (also known as web beacons and clear GIFs) are used to, among other things, track the actions of users of the website, measure the success of our marketing campaigns, and compile statistics about usage of the website and response rates. – Confirm with Front End Dev Team
Browser or Device Information. Certain information is collected by most browsers or automatically through your device, such as your Media Access Control (MAC) address, computer type (Windows or Mac), screen resolution, operating system name and version, device manufacturer and model, language, Internet browser type and version, and the name and version of the website you are using. We use this information to ensure that the website functions properly.
Physical Location. We collect the physical location of your device by, for example, using satellite, cell phone tower, or WiFi signals. We use your device’s physical location to provide you with personalized location-based services and content. We also share your device’s physical location, combined with information about what advertisements you viewed and other information we collect, with our marketing partners to enable them to provide you with more personalized content and to study the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. In some instances, you can allow or deny such uses and sharing of your device’s location, but if you do, we and our marketing partners may not be able to provide you with the applicable personalized services and content.
Device Fingerprinting. In order to be able to offer you content that we believe may interest you based on your activity on the website, and for fraud prevention and authentication purposes, we may also use other technologies that are similar to cookies. For example, we may gather device attributes and combine information collected by most browsers or automatically through your device to create a unique ID that identifies your browser or device to us with reasonable certainty. In this context we may collect, use, and combine the following information: