Our Cookies Policy
Our Cookies Policy and Other Tracking Mechanisms
Cookies: What Are They?
When you visit our website, a little text file called a cookie is placed on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies do not have the ability to infect your computer with viruses or other malware.
Why Do Cookies Exist?
Cookies are used to improve your experience on our website and to make it as simple as possible for you to use. Using your browser’s options, you may disable or erase cookies that have already been placed on your computer. Disabling or deleting cookies, on the other hand, may make it impossible for you to make full use of some parts of our website.
Cookies that How eHow use
The following section details the cookies that this website utilizes.
Cookies with a preference
- For example, if you’ve already shown an interest in subscribing to a newsletter, our website uses “preference” cookies to remember your preferences.
- So that we don’t have to ask you the same question repeatedly, we utilize these cookies.
- This cookie contains information on the user’s choice, as well as the time and date at which it was made.
- The cookie does not gather any other kind of personal data.
Google Analytics cookies are third-party cookies
- A web analytics service supplied by Google, Inc. (“Google”) is used by this website.
- A cookie is a little text file that is stored on your computer and helps the website track how visitors interact with the site.
- The cookie collects information about your visit to the website, including your IP address, and sends it to Google’s servers in the United States, where it is kept.
- To evaluate your use of the website, compile reports on website activity for website owners, and provide other services connected to website activity and internet usage, Google will collect this information.
- To the extent required by law, or if such third parties handle the information on Google’s behalf Google may also share this information with these third parties.
- Google will not link your IP address to any other data they have. Google will not save your IP address.
- If you don’t want cookies to be placed on your computer, you can disable them in your browser.
- You agree to Google’s use of your personal information in the way and for the reasons stated above when you use this website.