Effective Date: August 20, 2013
Why do DRG Web Sites use “cookies” and other tracking technologies?
What types of cookies and other tracking technologies do DRG Web Sites use?
Passive information collection technologies can make your use of DRG Web Sites easier by allowing Decision Resources to provide better service, customize sites based on consumer preferences, compile statistics, analyze trends, and otherwise administer and improve DRG Web Sites. Certain features of DRG Web Sites may not work without use of passive information collection technologies.
You can also learn more about cookies by visiting www.allaboutcookies.org.
DRG Web Sites use “session” cookies. Session cookies are temporary bits of information that are erased once you exit your Web browser window or otherwise turn your computer off. Session cookies are used, for example, to improve navigation on our Web sites, block visitors from providing information where inappropriate (the site “remembers” previous entries of age or country of origin that were outside the specified parameters and blocks subsequent changes) and to collect aggregated statistical information.
DRG Web Sites may use “persistent” cookies. Persistent cookies are more permanent bits of information that are placed on the hard drive of your computer and stay there unless you delete the cookie. Persistent cookies store information on your computer for a number of purposes, such as retrieving certain information you have previously provided (e.g., passwords), helping to determine what areas of the Web site visitors find most valuable, and customizing the Web site based on your preferences on an ongoing basis.
DRG Web Sites may use third party cookies, such as “advertising” cookies. These cookies are used to provide you with interest-based offers or ads, or to provide site analytics.
DRG Web Sites may use “web beacons” (also known as internet tags, single-pixel GIFs, clear GIFs, and invisible GIFs) A web beacon is a tiny graphic on a web page or in an e-mail message that is used to track pages viewed or messages opened. Web beacons tell the Web site server information such as the IP address and browser type related to the visitor’s computer. Web beacons may be placed on online advertisements that bring people to our site and on different pages of our site. Web beacons provide us with information on how many times a page is opened and which information is consulted.
Consenting or Withdrawing Consent
You can block cookies by using the setting on your internet browser that declines to set cookies. However, if you set your browser settings to block all cookies, you may not be able to use all or parts of our site. .
Additional information about how to adjust your browser setting to block or delete cookies can be found at www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/
By continuing to use our site, you are agreeing to the placement of cookies on your computer. If you would like to withdraw your consent, you will need to delete your cookies using your internet browser settings.
If you would like further information about this policy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org