Cookies Policy and other Internet technologies
A cookie is a small file that can be stored on your computer or other device. A cookie allows the entity that placed the cookie on your device to recognize it across different websites and services.
When you use a web browser to access the Services, you can set your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, or notify you when a cookie is being sent. Click on the “Help” menu of your browser for more information on how to change your cookie preferences. Your device’s operating system may contain additional controls for cookies. Please note that disabling cookies may affect your ability to access and use certain features of the Services.
How we use these technologies
Our Online Services use these technologies for the following general purposes:
|Type of Cookie||What Do They Do||Examples|
|Required||Enable our online Service to work correctly.||For example, these Cookies remember previous actions (e.g., entered text) when navigating back to a page in the same session and balance website traffic.|
|Performance||Help us measure and understand how visitors interact with the online Services and our content and any issues encountered to help us improve the performance of the Services.||For example, these Cookies gain insight into how visitors use our websites so we can make improvements to usability and content.|
|Functionality||Allow our online Services to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language, or the region you are in) to provide a more personalized online experience.||For example, these Cookies may enable you to store your sign-in credentials and preferences so that you don’t have to enter those credentials and preferences each time you log on.|
|Targeting/Advertising||Help us and third parties provide you with relevant content and advertising by collecting information about your use of our Services and other websites and online services.||These Cookies may be used to deliver targeted advertising or to limit the number of times you see an advertisement. They also help us measure the effectiveness of ad campaigns. We may include web beacons in e-mails, for example, to understand whether messages have been opened, acted on, or forwarded.|