Latest Update: September 21, 2018
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that a website may store on your web browser. They usually include anonymous information like session ID, website preferences, and information needed to make websites and online apps function properly. Cookies cannot collect or read information from your computer, and they are not able to download viruses or any other malicious content onto your device. First-party cookies are cookies that are set by the website that you are visiting. A third-party cookie is one that is set by an application other than the website. Some examples of third-party cookies are web analytics cookies like Google Analytics, or marketing automation cookies like Marketo. By using our website, you may download first party cookies and third party cookies.
What types of cookies do we use?
Necessary cookies are cookies that enable certain important features on our Website. Without these cookies, you would have problems using our website, or certain features of our website. These types of cookies do everything from allowing you to log-in securely, to facilitating faster page loading speeds by identifying and prioritizing trusted web traffic.
These types of cookies record your preferences – for example languages or application settings, and retain them upon subsequent visits.
Statistic-gathering cookies collect information about how our Website and its various features are used. We use this information to help understand how our visitors find us, and to guide ongoing development and improvement of our websites.
Marketing cookies and similar technologies enable us to market to audiences that have shown an interest in, or may be interested in our services. Cookies of this type also allow us to see what type of content has been shown or sent to you by us, as well as to serve relevant advertising to you via third-party advertising networks and social media platforms.
How do I delete or block cookies on my browser or mobile device?
If you do want to prevent cookies from being placed on your browser or mobile device, there are several recommended methods you can use to prevent them: Turn on your web browser’s “Do Not Track” functionality. While this approach does not work 100% of the time, reputable websites will respect this setting and stop tracking once you have turned on this feature. Most mainstream browsers provide documentation on cookie management:
Google Chrome (Desktop)
Google Chrome (Mobile)
Mozilla Firefox (Mobile)
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Safari (Mobile) Opera (Desktop)
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