Online tracking and advertising
“Cookies” are short strings of text that are sent to your web browser when you visit a website. These can be “session” or “persistent”, lasting more than one visit to allow a visitor to personalize their experience.
“Similar Technologies” refers to features that perform a function comparable to cookies but are technically different.
“Pixel tags” are small blocks of code found on web pages or in our emails that allow us to read and set cookies. Pixel tags are often used in combination with cookies to help you use our websites, emails, and to collect information about online activity.
We and our partners use these technologies on most of our mobile sites and applications to monitor and understand your use of our websites, emails, mobile applications and services; enhance your user experience and enable personalized features and content; optimize our advertising and marketing campaigns; and help advertising companies serve ads on our behalf across the Internet.
Some newer web browsers incorporate “do not track” features. At this time, our websites may not respond to “do not track” requests or headers from these browsers. For more information about your choices not to have this information used by some service providers, click here, or for residents of Europe, click here. (Please note: Opting out of this practice does not opt you out of receiving advertising. You will continue to receive generic ads.)
These cookies are necessary to enable the basic functionality of the site. Illustrations:
These cookies allow us to analyze the use of the site in order to measure and improve performance. Illustrations:
|AdChoices for the US and Canada EU Cookie Preferences|
These cookies are used by us or advertising companies to serve ads relevant to your interests. Illustration:
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|Media player cookies||These cookies, also called “Flash” cookies, are used with your video/audio player. Various browsers may offer you their own management tools to remove HTML5 LSOs.||Adobe||Click here|
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These technologies are necessary to enable the basic functionality of the application. Illustrations:
These technologies allow us to analyze the use of applications on your mobile device so that we can measure and improve performance. Illustrations:
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