Like many websites, we use tracking technologies that include as cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies. We may use these technologies, when applicable, to monitor traffic to our websites, understand use of our websites, measure interactions with our online advertisements, for security purposes, and to personalize user experience.
You may limit some tracking technologies when you use our websites. Many web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser’s settings to decline cookies if you prefer. Note, if you choose to decline cookies, certain website features may not function properly or may not remain accessible to you. Additionally, you may also render some web beacons unusable by rejecting or removing their associated cookies.
For more information about your choices, see Interest-Based Advertising below.
Cookies: Cookies are small pieces of data that a website sends to your device when you view a website or advertising on other websites. Cookies allow your browser to remember information that the web server can later retrieve and use. When you quit your browser, some cookies are stored in your device’s memory, while others expire or disappear.
Web Beacons: Tags, Pixels, Clear GIFs
A web beacon, also called a tag, tracking pixel, or clear GIF, are unobtrusive, usually transparent images located on web pages or in email messages. Generally, these indicate when a user has accessed content (e.g. downloaded a document, opened an email, clicked a button or link) by transferring that information back to a web server.
Interest-based advertising refers to the collection of information about your online browsing activities across different websites and devices to display advertisements that you may find interesting or relevant. We use interest-based advertising to deliver targeted ads and content to our prospects and customers on other websites. We work with third-party advertising agencies and platforms that use this technology to deliver these ads and content.