Cookies are small text files that a website can place on your computer or mobile device the first time you visit a site or page. The cookie allows the website, or another website to recognize your device the next time you visit. Web beacons or other similar files are based on the same principle. We use the term "cookies" in this document to refer to all the files that collect the information in this way.
There are many functions that cookies play. For example, can help us to remember your user name and preferences, analyze the performance of our site, or allow us to recommend content that we believe are most relevant to you.
Some cookies contain personal information - for example, if you click "remember me" when it is carrying authentication, your user name will be stored in a cookie. Most cookies do not collect information that identifies you, instead reap more general information such as the way in which users have come to our site, such as the use, or the general location of a user.
In general, our cookies play up to three different functions:
1. Cookie essential
Some cookies are essential for the operation of our site. For example, some cookies allow us to identify and to ensure that registered users can access the restricted pages. If a user chooses to disable cookies, you will not be able to access all content contained in the reserved pages.
2. Performance Cookies
3. Functionality Cookies
Such cookies allow us to remember your preferences. For example, cookies saves you the trouble of typing your username every time you log in, and allow you to load your preferences to customize the site.
use these cookies to provide advanced services such as the ability to watch an online video or send a comment to a blog.
Advertisers sometimes use their own cookies to deliver targeted advertising. For example, advertisers can use a profile that built on other sites you've previously visited, in order to present advertisements more relevant during your visit to this site. We believe it is useful to our users see ads that are more relevant to their interests. If you reside in the European Union and would like to know more about how advertisers use these types of cookies or how to choose not to receive them, you can visit www.youronlinechoices.eu . If you reside in the United States and want to learn more, visit www.aboutads.info/choices/.
As we explained above, cookies help you get the most from our websites.
However, if you wish to disable cookies, please go to your browser settings.
Please note that if you choose to disable cookies, you may have some sections of our website may not function properly.
Our e-mail messages may contain "web beacons, pixel" in order to know if our messages are opened to check for any clicks on links or advertising on the inside of the email. We may use this information for purposes including determining which of our emails are more attractive to users, ask if users do not open the emails they want to continue receiving it, and inform our advertisers about the total number of users who clicked on their ads. The "web beacons, pixel" will be deleted when you delete the email that contains it. If you do not want to receive the "web beacons, pixels," you must request to receive email from us in plain text instead of HTML.