What are cookies? Cookies are small data files that are transferred to your device (such as a smartphone or a computer). The term can also be used with other technologies that when implemented and used in a certain way so that they can track online consumer behavior. We and our partners use different technologies to maintain and improve our services. Some of these technologies are used to identify users when they use our Products and others can be used to track unique web users.
● Tracking pixels that allow us or our ad partners to advertise more effectively;
● local storage objects that help us fight fraud, remember your game settings, and improve the load time of our products, identify specific users, and monitor whether they are Authentication;
● mobile identifiers that help us identify specific users and monitor whether they are (Authentication); Why do we use these technologies?
We use these technologies for a number of reasons, such as: ● Provide you with the ability to use and access our products and services; ● To enable, facilitate and streamline your product performance and accessibility; ● To better understand how to navigate and interact with products and improve them; ● Offer you customized ads ● Showing content (for example, ads) that is relevant and relevant to you; ● Monitor and analyze the productivity, performance and performance of products and ads; ● Enforce legal agreements governing the use of the Products;
● For detecting and preventing fraud, as well as for investigations; ● For the purposes of our own customer support, analysis, research, product development and regulatory compliance; Third parties It is also possible to allow certain business partners to place these technologies in the Products. These partners use these technologies to: ● Help us analyze how you use the Products, for example by noting the services of third parties from which you arrived;
● To market and advertise our products and services within our products as well as on external websites; ● Help us detect or prevent fraud or risk assessments; ● Collect information about your activity within the Products, other sites, and / or the ads you clicked on; For example, in order to better understand how people use the Products, we work with a variety of analysis partners, including Google Analytics. To prevent Google Analytics from using your Analytics information, you can install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on by clicking here.
Third parties may also use such tracking technologies to show ads they think are most likely to be of interest to you, and measure the performance of your ads within and across websites and on other websites services. The tracking and advertising cookies we use may include Google and other ad networks and services we use from time to time.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your browser setting to reject cookies by visiting the Help section of your browser's toolbar. Your mobile device can allow you to control cookies using its setup feature. For more information, please refer to the manufacturer's instructions on your device.
If you choose to opt out of cookies, some parts of the Products may not work as intended or not work at all. ● Internet Explorer cookie settings ● Firefox cookie settings ● Chrome cookie settings ● Safari cookie settings If you choose to opt out of a "interest-based" targeted web ad delivered by third parties, you can visit the external websites listed below. These websites are managed by third parties. We do not control or manage them. ● Network Advertising Initiative Consumer Opt-Out Page ● Digital Advertising Alliance Opt-Out Page ● Your Online Choices
If you choose to opt out of seeing an "interest-based" third-party web ad, you can adjust the ad tracking settings on your mobile device. Most modern mobile devices (iOS 6, Android 2.3 and Windows 10 and above) provide ad IDs. These identifiers have different names depending on the brand of the mobile device. For example, they are called Google Advertising ID (GAID) on Android devices and in iOS, they are called an IDFA advertiser (IDFA). These operating systems let you see your ad ID in your mobile device's settings and control how it is used.
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