If you will access, use or navigate this website on behalf of a person other than you, who may be an individual or an entity other than himself:
You represent, warrant and accept that you are at least 18 years old;
You represent, warrant and accept that you are authorized to carry out your activities on the site in the name of that person or another legal person for you, as an indication, but not limited to the participation of the presentation and reception of each and Any personal information on behalf of that individual or legal entity other than you;
You agree that we may rely on your representation that you are authorized to conduct your activities on the site on behalf of that person or entity other than you; Y
Changes in Our Policy
No Personally Identifiable Information We Collect
When you visit our website, we (or a third-party vendor or contractor on our behalf) collect non-personally passive information about you.
Your IP address can be collected. Your “IP address” is usually associated with the path to the network and the physical location from which the Internet is accessed. We store IP addresses for system administration purposes. This information helps us determine how often different areas of our website are visited and also use this information to customize the content that is displayed to you on the website based on previous visits and the ads that you have access to. We do not link the IP address for any information that is personally identifiable.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can disable this feature so your browser does not accept cookies. Please note that disabling this feature may have an impact on the use and enjoyment of the website.
Web Beacons and Pixel Labels
The term “web beacons” and “pixel labels” pass on to Internet tools such as transparent images on the website or in emails that we send to you to help determine whether a page has been visited or mail Electronic open. For example, when you ask us to send you information about a promotion or newsletter, we can use web beacons to determine how many of the e-mails we actually sent you were open. A pixel tag is a type of web beacons embedded in an image on the web page. In general, any electronic image is seen as part of a web page, including a banner ad, may contain a pixel tag or other visitor counters. We can also use these Internet tool technologies allow us to keep track of the most commonly used Internet browsers to access our site and the pages are more popular, which statistics help us make our website easier to use and accessible. Our website may also have pixel tags from our vendors to help track your visit and modify various cookies to manage the content of the ad that can be delivered to you on the website.
Statistical Identifiers and Device Recognition
Geolocation (Geographic Location)
If you are on our mobile website, you will be asked if you want to access your geographic location based on the location of the mobile device. If you select Yes, and save this setting, there will be no access and collect your IP address to display customized content for you, based on your location.
We also ask you to participate in anonymous surveys, which allow us to collect more data to help us improve our website. Participation in these surveys is voluntary and is not linked to any of your personal information.
We collect analysis internally by our web content management system to track your IP address and the pages of our site you visit and information about your visit.
Like many websites, we also use Google Analytics to collect information about the use of our site. Google defines cookies and can also read cookies to collect data from the web browser, such as the domain from which the date and time is accessed to the existing Internet, the web address of the website from which you have accessed our Site, visiting web pages to be viewed and click through and your IP (Internet Protocol) address. This information is stored on Google’s servers. Google uses this information to provide traffic reports to our website and your visit to our website. You can find out more about how Google Analytics collects and processes records by visiting “how Google uses data when you use sites or applications, our partners,” which can be found at https://analytics.google.com/.
How We Use the Non-Personally Identifiable Information We Collect
In addition to these uses of the above, we use non-personal information in aggregate form to determine how much traffic the website receives, statistically analyzing the use of the website, improving the website, and customizing website content, design And services. We can also use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, to manage the website and to improve the website based on the type of usage data we receive.
Change Destination and Remarketing
We have also activated additional Google Analytics Advertising Features: Google Network Printing reporting on Display and Remarketing with Google Analytics. The Google Display Network reports impression uses Google Analytics cookies to track our impressions and interactions with those impressions, including the effectiveness of these ads, which generates reports for us to help us analyze our ads. Remarketing with Google Analytics uses Google Analytics and/or third-party cookies to serve ads to users via the Internet based on your visit to our website.
Leave No Trace
We automatically collect cookies and other information that is not personally identifiable when you visit this site. Due to this automatic collection, for the moment we do not pay homage to non-follow up requests.
Communications between the browser and parts of the web page containing the personal data are protected by Secure Socket Layer (SSL). This encryption is to help protect information during transmission. After receiving the information we try to maintain the physical and electronic security of your personal data through commercially reasonable efforts.
No data transmission over the internet or any wireless network can be guaranteed to be perfectly protected. So while we strive to protect your encryption information we use the personal standard of technology available in commerce and industry, we can ensure or guarantee the security of the information transmitted to us, and you do so at your own risk.
Third Party Privacy