Cookies and ads on the Internet
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are usually stored on your device when browsing and using web pages and online services. They are widely used for running or performing web pages more efficiently, as well as providing reporting information and support for personalization of services or advertisements.
Cookies are not the only type of technology that allows this functionality. We also use other similar types of technologies. See below for more information and examples.
2. What are ad IDs?
Advertising IDs are similar to cookies and are included on many mobile devices and tablets (eg "Identifier for Advertisers" (or IDFA) on Apple iOS devices and "Google Advertising ID" on Android devices) and on some multimedia devices. Like cookies, ad IDs are used to display more relevant online ads.
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4. We may use these and other technologies for similar purposes to cookies, such as applying our terms, preventing fraud and analyzing the use of our service. You can exercise in a number of ways the right to choose in relation to these technologies. For example, several popular browsers allow you to delete saved items in your browser, usually from the settings or preferences area. See the help function or your browser's support area for more details
Last Updated: 24August 2018