WHAT ARE COOKIES? HOW ARE THEY USED
First Party Cookies
Our first-party cookies (including those placed through third-party service provider) are used by us to allow you use the Services and their features as well as to aid in analytics.
Third Party Cookies
Some third parties might place their cookies on your device. They use these Cookies to identify your device whenever you visit the Services, or when you visit other websites and online services. These third parties may collect and use the information in accordance to their privacy policies. Third-party cookies enable certain functionalities and advertising to be made available on the Services.
For these purposes, the Services use the following types first- and third-party cookies:
Requirements Cookies: These cookies will be required to provide service functionality. This includes system administration and security. While you can set your browser not to accept these Cookies, certain parts of the site might not work correctly.
Information Access and Storage: These cookies enable us and our partners store and retrieve information about your device, such device identifiers.
Measurement & Analytics: These Cookies collect information regarding your use and performance of the Services. They also apply market research in order to generate audiences and measure the effectiveness and delivery of content and advertising. These Cookies are used to provide analytics by our third-party vendors and us. We can improve the content and experience of users, create new products, and use them for statistical purposes. They can also be used to recognize you and provide further insight across platforms and devices.
Personalization Cookies These cookies enable us to provide certain functions, such as determining whether you are a first visitor, capping the message frequency, remembering any choices you made (e.g. your language preferences, and time zone) and aid you with logging into after registration (including across platforms or devices). These Cookies allow your device to send and receive information. This allows you to interact with ads or content.
Delivery Cookies and Content Selection: This category also allows for the collection of data that can be used in order to deliver and select personalized content, like news articles or videos.
Ad Selection Cookies and Delivery Cookies: These cookies are used to track your browsing history, use of the Services, preferences, and interactions with advertisements across platforms and devices in order to deliver interest-based content on the Services as well as third-party sites. To deliver content to you, third-party sites and services may also use interest-based advertising cookies. You may receive contextual advertising that may not be as relevant to you if you refuse these Cookies.
Social media cookies: These cookies were set by social networking platforms on the Services to allow you share content with friends and your networks. Social media platforms can track your online activities outside of the Services. This can impact the content or messages you see on any other services.
We or third parties can associate Measurement Analytics Cookies (Personalization Cookies), Content Selection, Delivery Cookies, Reporting, Reporting, Reporting, Ad Selection and Delivery Cookies, Social Media Cookies with information we have about your.
Depending on where your home is, you might be able adjust your Cookie preferences anytime via the “Cookie Settings” link at the footer of relevant websites. The following methods can be used to manage Cookies. This must be done for every browser and device that you use. You may have to use these tools again if your browser, device or device is updated, replaced, changed, or upgraded. You should adjust your cookie settings in your browser carefully following the instructions below.
Browser Controls – You might be able disable or manage certain Cookies using your browser settings. If you have multiple browsers installed on the same device you will need each browser’s settings to be managed. Click on one of the following browser links to learn more:
You can find information on managing Cookies in the help menu of any browser that isn’t listed above. It is possible to disable cookies but not other analytics tools that we use to gather information about you and your use of the Services.
Opt-Outs for Analytics Providers: To disable analytics cookies, either use the browser controls mentioned above or, if you have a provider, use their opt-out mechanism:
These are only a few examples from our analytics providers. It is not a complete list. We do not guarantee the effectiveness of other providers’ opt out mechanisms.
Flash local storage: These are also called local shared objects. They may be used to store or display your preferences by us, advertisers, and third-parties. Flash cookies should be deleted in your Flash Player Settings Manager storage section.
Intention-Based Advertising: Most advertisers offer a way for you to opt-out of receiving interest-based advertising. Visit:
You can also opt off of some advertising providers that we use by visiting their optout pages.
These are only a few examples from our advertising providers. This is not an exhaustive list. We cannot guarantee the effectiveness of these opt-out methods.
You may still see ads after opting out, but they might not be as relevant to your needs.
Mobile Setting: The device’s setting can be used to manage the collection and use of information for interest-based advertisements. This includes managing location data. If you wish to opt out from mobile ad tracking by Nielsen and other third parties, select the “Limit Ad Tracking (for iOS devices), or “Optout of Ads Personalization [for Android devices] options in your device’s settings.
Connected Devices To disable automatic content recognition or tracking, you will need to review your device’s settings. These devices typically require that you select the options “limit advertising” or to disable “interactive TV,” interest-based advertising, or smart interactivity. These settings will vary depending on what device you have.
Cross-Device tracking: To opt out from our browser-based cross device tracking for advertising purposes you can use the methods described below. Each browser and device must be opt out individually. You can find more information on cross-device pairing at the Network Advertising Initiative, or the Digital Advertising Alliance. We may still use cross-device matching for analytics purposes if you choose not to opt out of cross device tracking for advertising purposes.
Consequences: Cookies may be disabled or removed from certain parts of the Services. Other purposes: Information may still be collected, including research, online services analytics and internal operations. It can also be used to remember your opt-out preferences.
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