July 01, 2020
“Cookies” are small text files that are placed on your hard drive by a web server when you access our Sites. Cookies may either be first-party cookies (placed by us) or third-party cookies (placed by third parties), and there are a few different types (described in the table below).
“Web beacons” (also known as web bugs, pixel tags, or clear GIFs) are tiny graphics with a unique identifier that may be included on our Sites for several purposes, including to deliver or communicate with cookies, to track and measure the performance of our Sites and to monitor how many visitors view our Sites. Unlike cookies, which are stored on the user’s hard drive, web beacons are typically embedded invisibly on web pages (or in an e-mail).
|3rd-party tracking cookies||These cookies are used to collect information about how you use our Sites and what keywords you used to arrive at our Sites, which websites you have visited, as well as the way you reached our Sites. We use this information to compile reports, to help us improve our Sites, and generally to tailor our offerings to you. These cookies may be set either by our Sites or third-party domains and are only used on our Sites (not in the Platform Services).||Sites only|
|3rd-party integration cookies||These cookies are used to integrate third-party functionality in our sites, such as social media icons that allow you to share our content. These cookies may be set either by our Sites or third-party domains and are only used on our Sites (not in the Platform Services).||Sites only|
Other Anonymous Identifiers Used.
Control Over Cookies and Tracking.
When you visit our Site, depending on where you are located, we may show you a notice which tells you how and why we use certain cookies and provide you the ability to opt-out of certain cookie use. If you continue to use the Site after you are presented with this notice, you consent to this use.
Although most browsers automatically accept cookies, you can change your browser options to stop automatically accepting cookies or to prompt you before accepting cookies. Please note, however, that if you do not accept cookies, you may not be able to access all portions or features of the Platform Services and Site.
You can prevent Google’s collection and use of the Google Analytics data by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available under https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Do Not Track.
At this time, Overfetch does not have a mechanism in place for responding to the browser “do not track” signals or other similar mechanisms used to limit the collection of information. Specifically, if you turn on the Do Not Track setting on your browser, the Service and the Site are not currently capable of following whatever Do Not Track preferences you set.
Changes to this policy.
This policy may change from time to time. We will notify you of any changes by updates to this page.