To improve your experience on our sites, most of our web pages use “cookies”. Cookies are small text files that we place in your computer’s browser to store your preferences. Cookies do not tell us your e-mail address or other personal information unless you provide information on our own, for example, by registering on one of our sites. When you choose to provide a web page that contains personal information, it may link to the data stored in the cookie. A cookie is like an ID card. It is specific to your computer and can only be read by the server that gave it to you.

We use cookies to understand site usage and improve content and bids on our sites. For example, we may use cookies to personalize your experience on our web pages (for example, to identify you by name when you return to our site). We may also use cookies to provide you with products and services.

Cookies help us remember who you are, saving you time. Cookies help us to be more efficient. We can find out which content is important to you and what isn’t. We may modify or remove uninterested web pages and focus our energies on the content you want.

If you want to check which cookies you accept. You can configure your browser to accept all cookies or to alert you when a cookie is offered by a website server. Most browsers automatically accept cookies. You can set your browser option to not receive cookies, and you can also delete existing cookies from your browser. You may notice that parts of the site will not work properly if you decline cookies.

Please note that if you do not configure your browser, you will accept cookies provided by this website.

You can see how you accept cookies. You can configure your browser to accept all cookies or to alert you when a cookie is offered by a website server.

We may also use small pieces of software code called “web beacons” or “net gifs” to collect anonymous and aggregate ad matrices, such as counting page images, promotional views, or ad responses. A web beacon is an electronic image called a single pixel or clear GIF. Web beacons can identify specific information on the user’s computer, such as the user’s Cookie number, the time and date of the page view, and the description of the page where the web beacon is placed. If you choose to decline their associated cookies, you may render some web beacons unavailable. These web beacons may be used to provide cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.