About Our Ads
We May Use Common Tracking Tools
We or vendors we have hired use several common tracking technologies. These may include browser and flash cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies.
Our Tracking May Be Used to Serve Ads
We use common tracking tools to understand our consumers and website visitors. We also use them:
To track new visitors to our websites.
To recognize past customers.
To store your password if you are registered on our website.
To serve you with third party advertising content or with our own ads.
- As part of this customization, we may observe your behaviors on this website or on other websites. For example, we might look at your search history, or the information you gave us when you registered for our sites.
- We may also get information about your browsing history from our trusted business partners. So we can better understand our audience, our customers, and our website visitors.
- We may also work with online advertising companies to provide you with advertising on this website, or other websites that you visit. These ads may be based on information you submit on our website or third party sites. It may also be based on your activities or behaviors on our websites or on third party sites. We may use gathered information to serve you with advertisements on our websites or on third party websites.
You Can Control Cookies
You may control cookies. How you do so depends on the type of cookie. To reject browser cookies, you must set your browser to reject browser cookies. To control flash cookies, click here. Why? Because flash cookies do not reside in your browser, and thus your browser settings will not affect them. If you configure your computer to block cookies, you may not be able to access certain functionality on our sites.
You Can Control Tracking-Based Ads
Many of the ad networks we work with participate in the Self-Regulatory Program for Online Behavioral Advertising. This program allows consumers to opt-out of having their online behavior tracked for advertising purposes. If you want to opt out, click here.