Last Modified: September 4, 2018
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a small entry in text file that a website may store on your computer or device when you visit. Cookies include an ID number that may be used to identify your browser during interaction on websites, and that enables websites to remember your preferences and information. Cookies may also be used to collect data about users’ activity on websites.
There are two basic types of cookies: Session cookies are temporary files that are cleaned up (i.e., deleted) when you close your browser program. Persistent cookies store your information and settings for longer periods, in order to remember your information and preferences between visits to a website. CCC uses both types of cookies on the Sites.
WHAT INFORMATION MIGHT THE COOKIES CAPTURE?
By allowing cookies and other tracking mechanisms enabled, CCC will be able to track, where applicable and without limitation, the number of visits, number of page views, number of user sessions, new visitors, traffic received by other websites that directed traffic to CCC’s website, social sharing of the Sites’ content, user location for demographic information, and the number of reports run and report generation information.
CCC may also use a small file, called a web beacon. In combination with cookies, web beacons allow CCC to track, for example, whether web pages are viewed, how often web pages are viewed, and the specific times of day web pages are viewed.
If you log into the Sites via a third party, such third party may collect and use the information you provide. CCC has no control and is not responsible for such third-party collection and use, and you should review their data collection practices on their websites.
CCC may share information captured by cookies and other tracking mechanisms with social media, advertising, and analytics partners, who may combine that information with other information that has been provided to them or collected from use of their services. Additionally, CCC may share information captured by cookies and other tracking mechanisms with our third-party contractors and suppliers.
HOW TO CONTROL COOKIES
You can control or delete cookies, or otherwise manage cookies, through your browser settings. For more details about controlling cookies, please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ or https://www.aboutcookies.org/.
The following links offer instructions for managing cookies based on your type of browser:
Please understand, however, that if you limit or reject cookies, certain all or some functions of the Sites will be affected and you may not be able to use some portion or the entirety of the Sites.