Other tracking technologies:
Cookies and tracking technologies are used to:
- Web Beacons: A web beacon is an electronic file on a web page that allows us to count and recognize users who have visited that page. Among other things, a web beacon can be used in HTML-formatted email to determine responses to our communications and measure their effectiveness – for instance, the web beacon can tell if you get an email from us then click on a link in that email to go to our website. You can generally avoid web beacons in email by turning off HTML display and displaying only the text portion of your email. Web beacons may also provide the type of information provided by cookies concerning your use, preferences, and activity on a website.
- Web Server Logs: The computers that deliver our web pages to you may record information. For example, a web server log may record the search terms you enter on our websites, the link you clicked to bring you to the web page, your IP address, or cookies that are set on your browser.
Below is a list of categories of cookies that have been identified on our website:
- Measure and track activity on our website
- Personalize your experience
- Remember viewing preferences and assist during registrations and logins
- Count and recognize visitors to our website
- Performance analytics
- Strictly Necessary Cookies
- Performance Cookies
- Functional Cookies
- Targeting Cookies
- Social Media Cookies
How to Control and Delete Cookies
Using Your Browser
If you choose, you can set your browser to reject cookies or you can manually delete individual or all of the cookies on your computer by following your browser’s help file directions. However, if your browser is set to reject cookies or you manually delete cookies, you may have some trouble accessing and using some of the pages and features that are currently on our website, or that we may put on our website in the future.
You can also change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking here.
This notice was last updated on December 20, 2019.