Cookies, Local Storage, and Other Tracking Technologies
When You visit the Website or advertisements appearing on the Website, Spring Fling 2016 or third parties may use “cookies” which store certain information on Your device and which allow us to customize Your experience to better match Your interests and preferences, or to simply facilitate Your signing in to use the Website. Most browsers will allow You to erase cookies from Your device, block acceptance of cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored. However, if You block or erase cookies, we may not be able to restore any preferences or customization settings You previously specified, and our ability to personalize Your online experience would be limited. Please refer to Your browser instructions or “help” screen to learn more about these functions.
B. Web Beacons
Also, Spring Fling 2016 or third parties may collect information from visits to the Website through the use of “Web Beacons.” Web Beacons are small graphic images or other programming code (also known as “web bugs,” “1×1 GIFs” or “clear GIFs”) used to keep track of Your navigation through the Website and Your electronic communication with us. We may include Web Beacons in our web pages and email messages. Web Beacons may be invisible to You, but any electronic image or other web programming code inserted into a web page or email can act as a Web Beacon. Web Beacons or similar technologies may be used for a number of purposes, including, without limitation, to count visitors to the Website, to monitor how users navigate the Website, to count how many emails that were sent were actually opened or to count how many particular articles or links were actually viewed. Web Beacons may be used to collect personal information (for example, the email address associated with an email message). This information is sometimes known as “clickstream data.” We may use this data to analyze trends and statistics to improve Your online experience, or customer service.
With your permission, We may also use pixels. A pixel is a small piece of code that can be installed on a website so social sites can track effectiveness of advertisements created on social media.