Our log tracking uses the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses from visitors’ computers to analyze trends, administer our Web sites, track visitor movement, and gather broad demographic information to help determine the type of information visitors are interested in seeing on our Web sites. This tracking only collects IP addresses and not personally identifiable information. Visitors are not personally identifiable within our log files. We only use this information for internal purposes and do not share this information with external companies or institutions.
Opting-out and Updating Information
Although users canâ€™t opt-out of the advertising process, they may control the data collection and targeting process by “opting-out”. To opt out of OptimumResponse.net data collection and targeting, click here.
A “Cookie” is a piece of information that is sent from a Web server to a visitor’s browser and stored on the visitor’s hard drive. The Cookie stores information that allows our web sites to remember a visitor the next time he or she visits a particular web site. Cookies also allow us to tailor our web sites to better match visitors’ interests and preferences, as well as track needed information for advertising campaigns.
In some cases, a visitor may be required to complete a registration form to order a product or to receive certain information. During the registration process, the visitor is required to give specific information such as name and e-mail address. This information is used to contact the visitor regarding services offered for which the visitor has expressed interest.
We may partner with other parties to provide specific services, such as analysis, which are designed to enhance the functionality of our products and services. When a customer signs up for these services, we will only share names or other contact information that is necessary for the third party to provide these services. Users can opt out of receiving any newsletters or emails using the opt-out link of any future emails.
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