In rare cases, personal information may be obtained via cookies or combined with other data to reveal an individual's identity.
So, what is this ‘Cookie’ thing?
A cookie is a little data file that a website saves to your computer's or device's hard drive or memory when you visit a site. Cookies are useful because they allow websites to remember your actions and preferences during your visit. Websites rely significantly on cookies for critical functions such as user authentication and session monitoring, as well as data reporting. The cookie can also be used to remember the user's preferences.
First-party cookies are those that a website owner places on a user's computer (in this case, IDMC).
Third-party cookies are those that are not set by the website's owner. Third-party cookies enable the display or access of content or functionality from another website (such as advertising, interactive content, and analytics).
Third-party cookies enable the parties who set them to recognize your computer both on the target website and on other sites with equivalent features.
So why do we employ cookies?
We use both first-party and third-party cookies for a variety of purposes. This website employs "essential" or "strictly necessary" cookies to ensure good navigation and functionality to you. As customer convenience is of top priority we use these cookies that are necessary for the website to function properly. Other cookies allow us to monitor and adjust the information. We can control every bit of information during advertising as per your preference.
Cookies are delivered by third parties, including ad networks, and analytics via our website for a variety of purposes, including tracking the effectiveness of their services.
How can I keep cookies from taking over my computer?
The use of "cookies" on this site is entirely optional. The Cookie Consent Manager allows you to exercise your rights by configuring your cookie preferences. In the Cookie Consent Manager, you can specify which cookies you want to allow and which you want to reject. You may not block legally needed cookies if doing so would prohibit us from providing the requested service.
The table below describes the precise categories of first-party and third-party cookies that are served through our website, as well as the functions that they serve (please bear in mind that the specific cookies that are served may change based on the individual Online Properties that you visit):
Cookies for performance and functionality:
Accepting cookies in your browser is not required to use our website, but it may improve its performance and functionality. But some features, like playing videos, may not work as well if the required cookies are not installed.
Cookies used for analytics and customization of collected data
All these are collected and used to measure the success of our online advertising and improve the user experience. Alternatively, if you want to help us customize the site to your preferences, the data could be used to improve its usability.
These cookies are used to provide you with advertising that is more relevant to your browsing history and choices. They are in charge of ensuring that you do not see the same advertisement too frequently, showing advertisements appropriately for the advantage of advertisers, and, in some cases, selecting advertisements based on your preferences.
How do I manage cookies in my browser?
Because these methods vary from browser to browser, you should consult the help menu of your browser for further information on how to disable cookies using the browser's settings. This article explains how to control cookies in several of today's most common web browsers.
Be it within Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Opera.
The majority of ad networks also allow you to opt-out of receiving personalized advertisements.
Web beacons and similar technologies are another approaches for tracking user behavior.
Other than cookies, site visitors can be recognized and tracked in other ways. Web beacons (also known as "tracking pixels" or "tracking clear-gifs") are another related technology that we may apply. These are very small image files with a unique identifier that allow us to trace who has visited our website or opened an email containing one of these files.
This enables us to:
What is your experience with Flash cookies and local shared objects?
Sites may also utilize "Flash cookies" (also known as "Local Shared Objects" or "LSOs") for a variety of purposes, including but not limited to tracking how you use our services, identifying and preventing fraud, and improving the user experience.
If you like, you can disable Flash cookies in the Website Storage Settings Panel of the Flash player.
Moreover, by visiting the Global storage Setting Panel you can:
However, some Flash programs, such as the one you are using right now, may fail to function properly if the Flash Player is set to prohibit or limit the receipt of Flash cookies. It will also impact our web services and content and may make use of Flash-based apps.
Third parties may also store their own cookies on your computer or mobile device through our website.
If you do not voluntarily contribute your name, contact information, or other personally identifying information, neither IDMC nor they will be able to identify ‘You’ based on the information collected using Third Partty-Cookies.
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