What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small data file that is placed on your hard drive by a web application. When you use that web application or other applications in the same domain, the application can read the information stored in the cookie to retrieve the data it previously saved there.
We have listed below some of the cookies that our websites will place on your hard drive. Some of these cookies are set by the websites themselves, and some are set by third party services we use for technical support, web application monitoring, and user support services.
When you visit a website, we place cookies, including those listed below in your browser.
We use some cookies to enable you to navigate our websites and to securely use website features and applications. These cookies are referred to as “Required” in the table below. The primary reason we use these cookies is to confirm your identity as you use the website and its applications and to enable you to access to your data.
We use other cookies to store information you have entered or choices you make (such as your username) to provide enhanced, more personal features, to improve our websites and services and to help us provide you with relevant messages and marketing communications. We refer to these cookies as “Functional” in the table below. We may use our own technology or third party services to track and analyze usage and volume statistical information. For example, we use Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA as a processor to help us analyze how our websites are used and to improve our websites.
Additional cookies on our sites, referred to as “Third Party” in the table below are placed by third parties in connection with content or services they provide in connection with our websites.
Information on Some Specific Cookies
Some cookies that may be set by our websites use are listed below. This list may not be exhaustive.