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1. What are cookies?
2. What are web beacons?
Web beacons are a technology that identifies the person browsing a website or HTML mail. Web beacons can be embedded in web pages and HTML emails, thereby allowing the server to read specific types of information from your device, recognize when you have viewed specific content or opened and previewed email, and store information such as the time and date of your visit and your device’s IP address.
3. About the Purpose of Use for Cookies and Web Beacons
Cookies will NOT adversely affect your computer.
4. About the types of cookies used
The Company uses the following tools to measure and analyze usage of the Company’s website.
Google Analytics Terms of Service
Marketo Privacy Notice
5. About Disabling Cookies and Web Beacons
(1) Disable all cookies
You can disable all cookies by changing your browser settings. Please note, however, that some of the Website’s functions may not be available if you disable cookies.
For information on how to change your cookie settings for each of the major browsers, please refer to the following URLs:
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(2) Disable some cookies
You can also disable cookies for specific tools. Please refer to the following URL for details on how to block information from being provided to specific tools. Please note, however, that some of the Website’s functions may not be available if you delete this cookie information.
(3) Disabling web beacons
If online content includes web beacons, you can also disable them by disabling cookies as described above. If web beacons are included in newsletters or other types of email, in some cases you can disable them by blocking automatic downloads of images contained in received email. However, this method depends on the capabilities of your email software, and may not always disable web beacons. In this case, please unsubscribe from newsletters to which you have subscribed, or create a blocked sender setting.
6. Contact information
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