The Overview (Policies in a Nutshell)
Your security and privacy are extremely important to us. We closely follow industry standards and best practices to ensure that the security of our data will not be compromised.
We collect personal information about our site visitors in order to provide them better services. We sometimes share this information with 3rd parties. We share only the information needed to provide great service. We DO NOT sell your personal information.
How can I withdraw my cookie consent and change my cookie settings?
You can withdraw your cookie consent at any time. In order to do so, you will need to disable/delete your cookies.
Please note that if you do not accept cookies you will still be able to browse our sites operated by TIC Digital Marketing, but certain parts and functionalities of some websites may not work properly without cookies.
Your internet browser allows you to change your cookie settings, typically this can be found in the “options”, “tools” or “preferences” menu of your internet browser. You may also consult the browser's "help" menu. Different browsers may use different mechanisms to disable cookies.
Please consult the below links for more details on how to manage your cookie settings:
- Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
- Cookie settings in Firefox
- Cookie settings in Chrome
- Cookie settings in Safari
For further information about the deletion or blocking of cookies, please consult: www.allaboutcookies.org
Do Not Track Signals
Some browsers give individuals the ability to communicate that they wish not to be tracked while browsing on the Internet. California law requires that we disclose to users how we treat “Do Not Track” requests. The Internet industry has not yet agreed on a definition of what “Do Not Track” means, how compliance with “Do Not Track” would be measured or evaluated, or a common approach to responding to a “Do Not Track” signal. Due to the lack of guidance, we have not yet developed features that would recognize or respond to browser-initiated “Do Not Track” signals in response to California law.