Cookie Policy

"Cookies" are small pieces of information that downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website or other Service and are stored by your browser. Cookies are then sent back to the originating Service on each subsequent visit to that Service or to another website or service that recognizes those cookies. Some cookies on our Services collect IP and Mac addresses, which may be considered Personal Information in some jurisdictions. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize a user’s device. Our cookies enable us to facilitate access to different aspects of our Services. For example, by showing when and how you and others visit our Services, cookies help us to see which pages of the Services are popular and which are not. Cookies can also help us to improve your enjoyment of the Services, for example, by remembering your session ID and other Personal Information used to identify you as an authorized subscriber to the Services. We may use cookies to personalize advertisements for our Services on other web properties. We may use session cookies during the time of your visit on the Services that may be deleted when you exit, depending on your browser, and we may also use more permanent cookies so we can recognize you if you return to the Services. You can find more information about cookies at


ii. Web Beacons and Pixel Tags


We may also use web beacons and pixel tags (also known as web bugs and clear GIFs). Web beacons (also called single pixel gifs, clear GIFs, or web bugs) are Internet tools, such as transparent images on the Services or in emails that we may send you, that help us to determine, for instance, whether a page has been viewed or an email opened. For example, when you ask us to send you information, we may use web beacons to determine how many of the emails we sent were actually opened. A pixel tag is a type of web beacon embedded in an image on the Services. In general, any electronic image viewed as part of a web page, including a banner ad, may contain a pixel tag. We may use web beacons and pixel tags to help us optimize and tailor the Services for you and other future visitors to the website. Web beacons allow third parties to obtain information, such as the IP address of the computer that downloaded the page on which the web beacon appears, the URL of the page on which the web beacon appears, the time the page containing the web beacon was viewed, the type of browser used to view the page, and the information in cookies sent by the third party.


iii. Local Storage and Local Shared Objects


We may use local shared objects (LSOs) such as Flash Cookies and local storage, such as HTML5 Local Storage, to enhance user experience. Local storage is similar to browser cookies but can store data more complex than simple text. By itself, local storage cannot do anything to or with the data stored on your device. Like cookies, local storage can only access Personal Information that you have provided on the Services. Third parties with whom we partner to provide certain features on the Services or to display advertising based upon your web browsing activity may also use Flash cookies or HTML5 to collect and store information. Various browsers may offer their own management tools for removing HTML5. To manage Flash cookies, please click here.


Information that we collect via the data collection technologies described in this section may be linked to other information about you and may be Personal Information. We may use the technologies described in this section, alone or in combination, to provide, manage and administer the Services, understand user behavior, target and measure the effectiveness of advertisements, send follow-up emails and advertising after visits to the Website, help diagnose problems, recognize repeat visitors, track and analyze usage behavior, facilitate your access to and use of the Services, or optimize the performance of the Services.


Your browser, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari, may allow you to manage your cookies and local storage. Because each browser is a little different, we encourage you to check your browsers’ "Help" feature to learn how to block cookies, how to receive notification of new cookies, and how to disable existing cookies. Please note, however, that without cookies you may not be able to take full advantage of all the Services and some parts of the Services may not function properly.


"Do Not Track" is a standard that is currently under development. Because it is not yet finalized, we adhere to the standards in this Privacy Policy, and we do not monitor or follow any Do Not Track browser requests. That said, some of our features may have the ability to monitor or follow Do Not Track browser requests.