Privacy Policy

How we use cookies and similar technologies

We collect information automatically through the use of cookies, web beacons (also called clear gifs or pixel tags), and similar technologies.

Cookies

A cookie is a text file containing small amounts of information that a website can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your computer as an anonymous tag that identifies your computer but not you.

Our websites use cookies to improve your user experience when you visit our websites and to collect information about your user patterns and interests so that we can display to you online ads that are relevant to your interests when you return to the website. You can set your browser to notify you before you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept it. You can also set your browser to turn off cookies; however, if you do this, some of our websites may not work properly. We also use cookies and similar technologies for analytics and advertising purposes.

For most types of cookies, including those we use for advertising purposes, you have the right to tell us that you do not want us to use them when you visit our websites. If you opt out of cookies that we use for advertising purposes, we will stop using cookies, but please note that this does not mean that you will not see ads when you visit our websites, it only means that the ads that you will see will not be tailored to your interests.

If you want to know more about cookies, check out www.aboutcookies.org.

Pixel tags

A pixel tag, also known as a clear gif or web beacon, is an invisible tag which we may place on certain pages of our website. When you access these pages, pixel tags generate a generic notice of that visit. Usually, they work in conjunction with cookies and record when a computer visits a page. If you turn off cookies the pixel tag will simply detect an anonymous website visit.

A ‘smart pixel’ is a tiny graphics file containing a unique identifier that is embedded within an e-mail. We may use smart pixels in our email campaigns or newsletters. They allow us to track whether the e-mail was opened successfully and to record certain information about the activities of the recipient(s). Users who have set their e-mail client software to refuse automatic downloads of images within the e-mails they receive will not be served our smart pixel unless they actively choose to download the images within the e-mail (and many e-mail clients are set by default to refuse automatic image downloads).

Links to other websites and services

Our websites may contain links to third party websites, and some of our digital services provide you with access to third party services (such as social networks).

We have no control over how third party websites and services process your personal information. We do not review third party websites and services, and we are not responsible for such third party websites and services or their privacy practices. Please read the privacy policies of any third party websites or services that you access from our websites or services.

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