Effective Date: 25 May, 2018
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What is a Cookie?
A "cookie" is a small text file. When you visit our websites, the websites ask your browser to put and store a cookie on your device to remember such information as your language or location to understand your preferences and customize the design of our websites for you. Cookies cannot read data from your device and cannot download information from any other cookies created by other websites. The term cookie includes similar technologies such as Local Shared ObjectsCompanies that advertise on our websites may use it to store your preferences or display content based on what you viewed on various websites or applications to personalize your visit. To control your use of Flash cookies, visit Adobe website at https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/disable-local-shared-objects-flash.html. ("flash cookies") and web beacons or web bugsA web beacon or a web bug, also known as an Internet tag, pixel tag or clear GIF, links web pages to web servers and their cookies..
- enable you to use our websites
- personalize our websites to your preferences and enable us to improve your experience
- help you with entering into your account
- analyze your use of our websites and products
- personalize our marketing activities
- protect our servers from crashes and overloads
Our websites use a mixture of first-partyFirst-party cookie is set by our website that you visit. A third-party cookie is issued by a different website and not by our websites. and third-party cookies, session and persistentWhile session cookies do not remain on your device when you finish your session, persistent cookies expire on a specific date, for example 30 days or 1 year. cookies.
Detailed types of cookies we use:
Since we display applications or widgetsA software tool that we have on our websites to let you do such things as share pages and content from our websites back to your Facebook profile with one click, so all or some of your friends can read them. It also lets you watch YouTube videos online on our websites. from social media networks such as Facebook®, Twitter®, YouTube® and Linkedin®, on our websites, this may let such service providers collect information about you. We do not receive and control such information. It means that our cookie management tool does not work for such cookies. Please go to privacy policies of such providers to understand how their cookies and other technologies.
Targeted Advertisement Networks
This process allows us to deliver targeted advertisingWe may partner with advertising networks, which may use information collected through a variety of data technologies to provide customization, auditing, research and reporting for us and other advertisers. Advertising networks also may use this information for determining or predicting the characteristics and preferences of their respective advertising audiences and measuring the effectiveness of their advertising in accordance with their privacy policies., enhance marketing programs and help track the effectiveness of such efforts. We do not provide information that is directly associated with a specific person (such as name and address) to any advertising network when you interact with or view a customized advertisement. However, when you view or interact with an advertisement, the advertiser may make an assumption that you are interested in the subject of the advertisement. You can opt out of delivery of targeted advertising to you by ABBYY and by multiple other companies by visiting:
www.aboutads.info/choices, www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp and www.evidon.com. Please note that even if you opt out, you will continue to receive advertisements, but they will not be tailored to your specific interests.