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During the delivery of an ad to you, the third provider may place or recognise a unique type of cookies in your web browsers and use information - not your name, postal and e-mail addresses or phone number - about your visit to this and other websites to advertise goods and promotions that may be of interest to you.
We may hire other third parties to place advertisements when you browse our Web site ecosystem. How are they used to improve your Web experiences? A cookie, for example, helps to make sure that you do not see the same display over and over again. A cookie can also help marketers track how you use an advertiser's website and how effective an ad is.
The information can then be used by the advertiser to better respond to your needs. Specifically, in other words, cookies help us provide you with the type of advertisements that interest you most. Bitmap tags are lines of codes placed on a Web site by the Web site owners that allow us to analyse promotional activities and the overall behavior of Web site users.
Companies often use a pixels day to better understanding the pattern of a site's visitor' movement or to allow us to serve advertisements to those people on other sites. If you are a web user, you can block the use of a cookie by modifying a preference in your web browsing preferences. While we can allow marketers to use our technology to build an individual audience that addresses general healthcare issues such as "nutrition and fitness" or "allergies", we will not allow marketers to address consumers based on specific healthcare or treatment states.
Certain of the ads and other features that appear on our website(s) are provided to you by advertisers and information collectors on the Intranet. They use certain technology, some of which includes the use of a cookie, to gather information such as the page visited, the number of times you visited, etc., about your browsing our websites and other websites, and to serve ads that may be of interest to you.
Such ads are referred to as Interest-Based Advertising (IBA). However, if you would like to oppose the use of this information by entities that are part of the Network Advertising Initiative, please go to http://www.networkadvertising.org. For more information on interest-based advertising, please refer to Network Advertising Initiative http://www.networkadvertising. org or Aboutads http://www.aboutads.info.
Please do not give us any personally identifiable information about yourself, such as your name, mailing information, phone number or e-mail if you are under the age of 13.