1. What are “cookies”?
A “cookie” is a small text file that is stored on your computer (or on an internet-accessible device such as a smartphone or tablet) when you access a website. A “cookie” may be used to collect information such as the number of visits to a certain website and specific pages visited from your computer or device. For more details on information we collect and analyze from Cookies, see “2. Information We Collect from Cookies” below.
2. Information We Collect from Cookies
The Site collects and analyzes the following information from Cookies.
- IP addresses
- Types of devices used to access the Site
- Mobile device IDs (if accessed from a mobile phone, smartphone, or tablet)
- Internet browsers used to access the Site
- Language preferences on your Internet browser
- Pages visited as well as exit pages
- Platform type
- Number of clicks
- Domain name
- Landing page
- Number and order of page views
- URL of each page visited
- Viewing time for each page visited
- Date and time when your activities took place on the Site
(1) To improve usefulness
(2) To monitor your use of the Site and improve its services
The Site uses Google’s Google Analytics to monitor your use of the Site and improve its services.
The Site uses Google’s remarketing functions to display advertisements when a customer who has previously visited the Site visits a particular page. In such case, Cookies will be used to track your browsing history.
4. Disabling Your Cookies
Many Internet browsers accept cookies by default, but you can disable cookies in whole or part in your browser settings. If you disable cookies, some features of the Site may not be available.
For instructions on how to change your cookie settings, visit official support pages for your browser. Please follow the links below to visit support pages for some of the popular browsers: