A browser cookie is a small piece of data stored on your device that allows websites and mobile apps to remember information about you. Other technologies may be used for similar purposes, such as web storage or identifiers associated with your device. We refer to all these technologies as “cookies” in this policy.
Advertisers otherwise require the use of third-party tracking to verify ad delivery or resell their products and services on other websites.To opt out of these tracking pixels, visit your browser’s[トラッキング拒否]adjust settings or Opting out of network advertising initiatives page.
You can control whether, when and how cookies and other tracking technologies are installed on your device. Each browser is different, but most allow users to access and edit her cookie settings in their browser settings. Rejecting or disabling some cookies may affect certain features of the site or prevent some services of the website from functioning properly.
Use of online tracking mechanisms by third parties is subject to those third parties’ privacy policies, not this Policy. If you want to prevent third parties from setting and accessing her cookies on your computer, you can set your browser to block all her cookies.In addition, you may remove yourself from targeted advertising of companies within the Network Advertising Initiative by opting out. hereor for companies that have opted out of participating in the Digital Advertising Alliance program. here.