Effective: May 1, 2018
What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your hard drive by a website – when visited by a user – in order to remember information about you which can later be read by a website that issued the cookie to you. Some of the cookies will only be used if you use certain features or select certain preferences, and some cookies will always be used.
When you visit our Website, we may place a number of cookies in your browser. These are know as First Party Cookies and are required to enable to hold session information as you navigate from page to page within the website and allow us to recognize your browser or device and tell us how and when pages and features in our Services are visited and by how many people. We may use this data to customize content for you that we think you might like, based on your usage patterns. We may also use it to improve the Services – for example, this data can tell us how often users use a particular feature of the Services, and we can use that knowledge to make the Services interesting to as many users as possible.
Your browser may offer you a “Do Not Track” option, which allows you to signal to operators of websites and web applications and services (including behavioral advertising services) that you do not wish such operators to track certain of your online activities over time and across different websites. Our Services do not support Do Not Track requests at this time, which means that we collect information about your online activity both while you are using the Services and after you leave our Services.
You may be able to change the preferences on your browser or device to prevent or limit your device’s acceptance of cookies, but this may prevent you from taking advantage of some of our features.
How to disable Cookies?
What if I have questions about this policy?
If you have any questions or concerns regarding our cookies policies, please send us a detailed message to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will try to resolve your concerns.