Passive Information Collection
A "cookie" is a piece of information that a website sends to your Web browser to help the application remember information about you and your preferences. "Session" cookies are temporary bits of information used to improve navigation, block visitors from providing information where inappropriate (the website "remembers" previous entries of age or country of origin that were outside the specified parameters and blocks subsequent changes), and collect aggregate statistical information on the website. They are erased once you exit your Web browser or turn off your computer. "Persistent" cookies are more permanent bits of information placed on your computer's hard drive and remain there unless you delete the cookie. Persistent cookies store information on your computer for various purposes, such as retrieving certain information you have previously provided (like passwords), determining what areas of the website visitors find most valuable, and customizing the website based on your ongoing preferences. Persistent cookies placed by this website on your computer may hold personally identifiable information, but only if you have registered or otherwise consented to the retention of personally identifiable information you provided on the website. Otherwise, our application server only knows that an unidentified visitor with your cookie has returned to the website. You can set your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, or notify you whenever a cookie is offered, so you can decide each time whether to accept it. To learn more about cookies and how to specify your preferences, please search for "cookie" in the "Help" section of your browser. An application may use Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. An IP address is a number assigned to your computer by your Internet service provider to access the Internet and is generally considered non-personally identifiable information, as an IP address is usually dynamic (changing each time you connect to the Internet), rather than static (unique to a particular user's computer). The IP address can be used to diagnose problems with a server, report aggregate information, determine the fastest route for your computer to connect to an application, and administer and improve the application. "Internet tags" (also known as single-pixel GIFs, clear GIFs, invisible GIFs, and 1-by-1 GIFs) are smaller than cookies and provide the Web application server with information like the IP address and browser type related to the visitor's computer. Tags may be placed on online advertisements bringing people to the website and on different website pages. These tags indicate how many times a page is opened and which information is consulted. "Navigational data" (log files, server logs, and clickstream data) are used for system management, improving website content, market research purposes, and communicating information to visitors.
Use and Disclosure of Information
We do not sell your information to third parties.
This website takes reasonable steps to protect personally identifiable information as it's transmitted to our website and to safeguard it from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. Please note that no Internet transmission is entirely secure or error-free. Specifically, emails sent to or from this website may not be secure.