Last Updated: April 5th, 2020
Information We Collect
When you access our Site, your computer automatically sends us some non-identifying information, such as your IP address, which browser you use, and what referring website brought you to us. We collect this information for better understand how you use our Site and what we can do to improve your experience. We may also collect additional data with your permission using web beacons (see below). These are common practices for most commercial websites.
Web log data. Your device sends us certain information automatically, which we record and add to our data sets. We can use these data sets to figure out what time most people access our Site or which topics are the most popular, among other analytics.
Cookies. We use tiny files to assign an identifying number to each unique user that helps us gather information from you with your permission. You may adjust your browser settings to accept cookies automatically, choose to accept on a case-by-case basis, or disallow cookies altogether. You can also delete cookies at any time. Our cookies tell us more details about you, including your preferred settings for our Site’s features. Some parts of the website may only be accessible to those who accept our cookie.
Web beacons. Web beacons are similar to cookies in that they’re both very small files used to track your usage and habits. They are also called “pixel tags” and “clear gifs” because they are usually a single-pixel image file. Unlike cookies, these files work through social media and email. Emails you receive from us may use web beacons; this tells us how many people visited our site as the result of a specific email.
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