This Cookie Statement clarifies the nature of these technologies, why we use them, and your legal options for influencing how we use them.
In some circumstances, we may use the cookies specified in this Cookie Statement to gather Personal Information or to gather data that, when combined with other data, becomes Personal Information. Please see our Privacy Statement for additional details on how we handle your personal data.
A cookie is a data file that sits on your computer hard disk. The cookie is placed there by a remote web server that you have visited using a browser like Netscape or Internet Explorer. It is used to uniquely identify you during web interactions with a website and contains data parameters that allow the remote HTML server to keep a record of who you are, and what actions you take at the remote web site. You have the option to disable the cookie function in your browser, but will be restricted from accessing many sites as a result.
We refer to certain cookies as “essential” or “strictly necessary” cookies because they are vital for the technical operation of our website. We refer to other cookies as “performance” or “functionality” cookies since they help us and the outside parties we collaborate with measure and target the interests of visitors to our website.
You have the right of accepting or rejecting cookies.
Your web browser’s options can be modified to accept or reject cookies. You can still use our website even if you opt to reject cookies, however your access to some features and parts of our website may be limited. You should check your browser’s help menu for more information because different web browsers have different methods for enabling cookie refusal.