Updated: August 20, 2018
TECHNOLOGIES WE USE
Cookies. A cookie is a small data file stored on your browser or device. They may be served by the entity that operates the website you are visiting (“first-party cookies”) or by other companies (“third-party cookies”).
- For example, we partner with third-party analytics providers, like Google, which set cookies when you visit our websites. This helps us understand how you are using our Services so that we can improve them.
Pixels (Clear Gifs/Web Beacons/Web Bugs/Embedded Pixels). These are small images on a web page or in an email. They collect information about your browser or device and can set cookies.
Local Storage. Local storage allows data to be stored locally on your browser or device and includes HTML5 local storage and browser cache.
Software development kits (“SDKs”). SDKs are blocks of code provided by our partners that may be installed in our mobile applications. SDKs help us understand how you interact with our mobile applications and collect certain information about the device and network you use to access the application.
OUR USE OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES
Below are the ways that we and our partners use these technologies on our Services.
You can set your device or browser to accept or reject most cookies, or to notify you in most situations that a cookie is offered so that you can decide whether to accept it. However, if you block cookies, certain features on our Services may not function. Additionally, even if you block or delete Cookies, not all tracking will necessarily stop
- To prevent your data from being used by Google Analytics, you can install Google’s opt-out browser add-on.
- For information on how our advertising partners allow you to opt out of receiving ads based on your web browsing history, please visit http://optout.aboutads.info/.
- To opt out of ads on Facebook, Pinterest, Google or other sites that are targeted to your interests, use your Facebook, Pinterest, Google Ads, or the other site settings.
- Check your mobile device for settings that control ads based on your interactions with the applications on your device. For example, on your iOS device, enable the “Limit Ad Tracking” setting, and on your Android device, enable the “Opt out of Ads Personalization” setting.
As an additional step, these advertising companies may participate in one of the following advertising industry self-regulatory programs for online behavioral advertising, with corresponding user opt-outs:
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