Effective Date: June 4, 2021
Cookies and Tokens
Cookies are files that websites send to your computer or other Internet-connected device to uniquely identify your browser or to store information or settings on your device. Our Site may use HTTP cookies, HTML5 cookies, Flash cookies and other types of local storage (such as browser-based or plugin-based local storage, or application-based local storage on a mobile device). You may be able to restrict or disable certain cookies. Please note, however, that without cookies, you may not be able to use all of the features of our Site.
Our cookies, tokens and similar technologies (collectively, “Tracking Technologies”) also are used for administering the Site, including without limitation, for authentication, to remember Users’ settings, to customize the content and layout of the Site for Users, to contact you about the Site, and to improve our internal operations, the content of our Site and our services. Users may be able to control the use of, or reject or disable, some Tracking Technologies at the individual browser level. If you reject or disable Tracking Technologies, you may still use our Site, but your ability to use some features or areas of our Site may be limited.
We use Tracking Technologies to identify your device and keep track of your Internet session with our Site. Using these Tracking Technologies, we may automatically end your session on our Site after a period of inactivity (as determined by us in our sole discretion). We also use Tracking Technologies that allow us to recognize your device when you return to the Site within a certain period of time (as determined by us in our sole discretion) and automatically log you back into your account with us. UNLESS YOU AFFIRMATIVELY LOG OUT of your account PRIOR TO YOUR SESSION ENDING (whether by you or by us), YOU WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY LOGGED BACK IN THE NEXT TIME YOU OR ANY USER OF YOUR DEVICE VISITS OUR SITE within the period of time determined by us. If you do not wish to be automatically logged back in when you (or someone using your device) next initiate a session with our Site (using the same device that is being used for your current session), you should log out of your account (i) prior to ending your session, or (ii) if you will be inactive on our Site for more than a few minutes.