The Sites uses certain third-party cookies, web beacons, and other similar tracking technologies (collectively, “Cookies”). Below is a summary of the types of Cookies that we may use and their purpose.
|Type of Cookie
||What Do They Do
||Enable the operations of the Sites. They are session cookies that are erased when a browser session closes.
||These Cookies remember text that was typed when returning to previous pages.
||These Cookies help us understand the number of users who are interacting with the Site and how they navigate the Sites. They are session cookies that are erased when a browser session closes.
||Google Analytics tracks and reports website traffic.
||They enable the Site to remember things about you to personalize your experience and make it easier to use. These are persistent cookies because they remain on your computer or device after the browser session is complete. You can delete these cookies via your browser settings.
||These Cookies will remember preferences you have elected related to the Sites.
||They enable us to recognize you and track your activity on the Sites and other websites you visit. These are persistent cookies because they remain on your computer or device after the browser session is complete. You can delete these cookies via your browser settings.
||These Cookies can deliver advertisements based on your interests and can also limit the number of times that you see an advertisement.
Choices About Cookies
You can review your Internet browser settings to elect to disable or delete certain Cookies. By disabling or deleting Cookies, you may not be able to access or use all or certain aspects of the Site.
For more information about choices regarding the Cookies for Google analytics, please see the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
You cannot delete Local Shared Objects (also known as “Flash cookies”) and HTML 5 in the same way as other Cookies. For information about disabling or deleting Flash cookies or the information in Flash cookies, please see Adobe’s Manage, disable Local Shared Objects.