Most websites, including our website, use “Cookies” – which are electronic files that websites place on a visitor’s computer to store information that makes each visit to the site more efficient. We use both “session” and “persistent” cookies on our website. A session cookie stores information about you only while you are visiting our site, then is deleted when you leave our site. Persistent cookies store information about you, your preferences, and information about other websites you visit, and it remains on your computer or device after you leave our website. To remove cookies, you may configure your browser to clear all cookies, or configure it to reject unnecessary cookies whenever you visit a new website. Please consult your browser’s user guide for specific instructions on removing cookies.
“Beacons” are small graphic files with a unique identifier that are used to track a web or mobile site user’s online movements. Unlike cookies, beacons are embedded on websites or in email communications, not downloaded on your computer or device. We use beacons to better manage and track content on our website and our marketing campaigns, and to better understand your interactions with our website and communications. Additionally, if you sign up for our SMS text messaging program, beacons may be used to personalize your experience (e.g. send you personalized text messages such as shopping cart reminders).
“Pixel” is often used in combination with cookies and is placed on a website or within the body of an email. It tracks activities when you browse websites or open emails.
“SDK or API” means Software Development Kit or Application Programming Interface, which is a set of tools or interface for third-party developers to use in producing applications using a particular framework or platform. For example, when you log in our App using a third party account, such as Google, Facebook or Apple, we integrate the third party’s SDK enabling your login.
We may also use other technologies to collect, store or analyze your Personal, Analytics and Device information.