Privacy Policy

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Our website will save some information about your preferences on your computer in a little file called a ‘cookie’.

Unsolicited data from a website is stored in a cookie on your computer or mobile device.
The cookie allows the website to “remember” your activity.

You can erase cookies from your computer and most browsers will not allow them to be placed.
Some services and functionalities may not operate if you do this.

Most browsers accept cookies, but users can disable them or delete them at any time.
Aboutcookies.org is a third-party website that provides advice for various browsers.

We use cookies to: 1) remember your specific display preferences; 2) suggest recent searches you’ve performed on our site.

4) Other usability improvements including tracking cookie consent

Using our website requires you to accept cookies, but it will improve your browsing experience.

The cookie data is not used to identify you individually and is totally controlled by us.
These cookies are only used for the purposes stated.

Other cookies may be created after you visit our website.
It is a prominent web analytics service supplied by Google Inc.
Google Analytics employs cookies to track user behavior on the site.
The cookie collects information about your visit to our website (including your IP address) and stores it on Google servers in the US.
Google will use this information to evaluate your use of our website, compile reports on website activities, and provide other related services.
Google may also share personal information with other parties if required by law or if they process it on Google’s behalf.
Google promises not to link your IP address to other Google data.

3rd Party Marketing

When you visit our website, you may be served adverts by third parties.

These businesses may store information about your visits to our and other websites in order to target you with relevant ads.

These firms may use cookies and other identifiers to gather data on advertising performance.
The information is often not personally identifiable until you submit it to them via an ad or email.

Advertisers’ Information

Advertisers can use cookies to track what ads you see, click, and other actions you do on our site and others.
Advertisers can then target you with more relevant adverts.
For example, they can avoid showing you the same adverts if they know which ones you’ve seen before.
They don’t link your non-affiliated site visits to your identify when serving you interest-based adverts.

We do not share personal data with advertisers or third-party sites.
Third parties (such as advertisers and ad networks) may believe that users who interact with or click on targeted ads or content are part of the target audience (for example, readers in the Pacific Northwest who read specific types of articles).
In addition, certain third-party cookies may provide them with information about you from offline and online sources (such as your demographics) that they can use to create more relevant and interesting advertising.

You may discover more about your options for reducing third-party ad network data collection by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative’s website.

Opting out of interest-based advertising networks does not imply you will not get internet advertising.
It does imply that the companies you chose will no longer target you with adverts based on your web browsing habits.

Collection Types and Goals

We collect information from our users at several points on the Website.

Non-Personal Data:
When you visit the Website, non-personal information such as your IP address, anonymous location data, and referring website are automatically collected without your knowledge or agreement.
Non-Personal Information is used to track website traffic and consumer behavior.
This type of data does not allow for personal identification.
For example, we utilize “cookies” that simply contain statistics.
You can set your computer to notify you when a cookie is transmitted, or disable cookies in your web browser.
If you choose to disable cookies, your website experience may be hampered or you may be unable to select certain choices.

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Sharing Information We will not sell, rent, or disclose gathered information to third parties, save as follows:

(a) Associated Service Providers: We have arrangements with numerous affiliated service providers to facilitate the Website’s operation.
To process your order, we may share your credit card information with the card service provider.
Our administrative service providers must have the same level of privacy protection as we do, therefore we expect your information to be handled with the same care.
This includes services like Google Analytics, Google Adsense, Taboola, and RevContent, to which you hereby absolutely consent.

(b) As required by law: We may disclose gathered information with government authorities as required by law.

For example, we may share non-personal information and aggregated data with third parties for marketing or advertising reasons.
This method does not share any personal data.

A merger, asset sale, financing or acquisition transaction, or any other event where Personal Information is disclosed or transferred as one of our corporate assets.

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Choices and How To Opt Out Of Interest-Based Advertising (a)
This website is a member of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) and follows their Code of Conduct.
This website likewise follows the DAA Self-Regulatory Principles.
Visit the DAA website for further information.
Above, this website may use or transfer Device Data that it collects directly or receives from Customers who use cookies or non-cookie technologies to enable more targeted advertising to Consumers’ implied interests, choices, and geographic regions.

This is called interest-based advertising.

b) Third-party Interest-Based Advertising Opt-Out

By using this website, you consent to the collection and use of your personal data by third parties.

These third parties may use technologies, such as cookies and web beacons, to gather information about Consumers’ or Customers’ usage of the Site in order to analyze, report on, or modify content or advertising on this or other sites, or to help us run and enhance the Site, as appropriate.
Visit the Network Advertising Initiative’s opt-out page or the Digital Advertising Alliance’s Consumer Choice Page to learn more about interest-based advertising on the web and how to opt-out of it.