An HTTP cookie, commonly referred to simply as a cookie, is a packet of information sent from a web server to an Internet browser, for example Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, etc., and returned by the browser every time it has accessed this server. A cookie remains in your device for use in a subsequent session, and may be deleted in the meantime. If you use more than one browser, each one has separate cookie storage. Cookies do not refer to a person, but to the combination of a device and an internet browser. Accordingly, a person who uses multiple browsers and / or devices has a separate set of cookies for each combination of device and browser. However, cookies make no difference between multiple users sharing the same device and browser, unless they have different user profiles.
Cookies perform multiple different functions. For example, they help us memorize your username or preferences and analyze the performance of our sites.
We collect information for the following purposes: troubleshooting, administering Web pages, analyzing trends, collecting demographic info, complying with applicable law and cooperation with law enforcement bodies. We may also share this information with our authorized Third-Party Service Providers and Advertisers in order to determine the overall efficiency of our online advertising, content and software.
We may use other standard industrial technologies such as pixel tags and other web beacons to track how you use our Web pages and promotions, or we may allow Third-Party Service Providers to use these devices on our behalf. Pixel tags and other web beacons are small graphic images located on separate parts of our Web pages or in our emails, and let us know if you have done a certain action. When you access these pages or open or click email, pixel tags or other web beacons send a notification (which does not contain any personal data) for this action. Pixel tags allow us to better understand the u of users and calculate the visitor traffic on our Web pages. We can also use pixel tags and other web beacons that our Affiliates and / or Marketing Partners provide us for the same purposes.
When you visit our Websites, we and / or our authorized Third-Party Service Providers and Advertisers may automatically collect such information using electronic tools such as cookies and other web beacons or reference (“Tagging”) of pixels.
We may use third-party cookies to help us market research, track revenue, improve functionality, and monitor compliance with our policies.
All modern browsers let you change your cookie settings. Typically, you can find these settings in the Options or Preferences menu of your browser. The following links can help you learn more about these settings, or you can use the Help button from your browser menus for more details:
If you are concerned about third-party ad cookies generated by advertisers, you can disactivate them here: Your Online Choices site.
Please remember that if you choose to stop cookies, some sections of our site may not work properly.
No, the cookies we use are anonymous and do not contain any personal data.