Internet Based Ads
We or third parties such as ad networks or other advertising companies may serve advertisements on our website and other websites such as social networking sites. We or those third parties may use technologies such as cookies, browser cookies, flash cookies, web beacons or embedded scripts to access iCOSS Technology Inc.’s personal information. We may report certain information about your visit to Canada’s Websites and other websites. Examples of this type of information include the websites you visit and your reaction to advertising. We use this information to measure the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns, to better understand our users, and to serve you more relevant advertising on and off our websites See below and learn more about these tools and how you can control them.
iCOSS technology complies with the Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada’s (DAAC) self-regulatory principles for online commercial advertising. To learn more and stop the companies involved from using your information for online marketing advertising purposes. Please note that if you choose to opt out, you must log out of any web browser on any computer, mobile device and tablet you use. If you choose not to receive interest-based advertising, you will continue to receive ads, but they will not be customized with your online shopping information.
We may also use services provided by third parties, including social networking platforms, to serve you personalized advertising. We do this by providing your email address or other hashed information to the platform provider.
If you would like to opt-out of such personalized advertising, please contact us: PHONE 1-800-643-9773
or sent by:
iCOSS Technologies Inc.
Marked To: Privacy Manager
2456 Director Dr, Burlington, ON L7L 7M3, Canada
Cookies and other automated online data collection systems may be used to identify users of websites, advertisements and e-mails, to store information and make it available to users effective, personalized and enjoyable experience:
- Improving websites and online services.
- It allows for market research, campaign and communication planning.
- Designing advertisements, websites and online services for potential user interests.
Cookies for things
A cookie is generally a file placed on a user’s computer by a web browser to identify and and unique information from one page to another (for example, whether the user has logged in or added items to their shopping cart in).
Use of browser cookies
In general, browser cookies generally allow the website to recognize a user at a later time. This allows the website to remember what the user wants or keeps the user on the website or checking the items in the shopping cart. In general, most web browsers allow users to view, reject or delete browser cookies, accept or reject cookies altogether or through specific websites, and notify the user whenever they are set a cookie will give it.
Flash cookies Generally, Flash cookies are cookies that are stored and accessed using Adobe Flash. Flash cookies are typically larger than browser cookies, and take up more space on a user’s computer so that more information can be stored.
Web browsers are generally bits of code embedded in web pages, ads, images, and e-mails that record activities such as when a user visited a particular page, opened an e-mail, or even ads on a website and other websites are effective. Disabling browser cookies will generally prevent the web browser from recording specific user information, although it will still recognize web browsing or other activity.
Please note that users will not be able to use all features and functionality of the website if users automatically reject or block cookies or other processing techniques.