1.What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that we store in your browser to record information about your online activities, such as the information about your login, connection, shopping, language settings, browsing history, etc.
2.What are the types of cookies?
2.1By storage period
(a)Working cookie─ they disappear when you close your browser.
(b)On-going cookie─ they continue to be stored in your browser until you delete them.
2.2By setting source
(a)First-party cookie─ they are set by us or by the vendor we use.
(b)Third-party cookie─ they are set by a third party (different domain) other than our website.
3.Which cookies do we use and for what purpose?
3.1Essential cookie Essential cookies are necessary for the operation of the website to allow you to use various features or services on the website, or to help us detect and prevent fraud while maintaining the security of the website, such as verifying your login information, recording your login information so that you do not have to log in repeatedly when you browse the website again, recording your shopping information, saving your connection information, remembering your language preferences, etc. Therefore, you will not be able to refuse to use it in our website settings. If you turn off the acceptance of the cookies setting in your browser, you may not be able to use certain features or services of the website properly.
3.2Performance and analysis for cookie The performance and analysis of cookies helps us to enhance our services and users' online experience, such as calculating and analyzing information on website traffic sources, popular pages, conversion rates, click-through rates, and other information that can be aggregated in an anonymous manner for market research. If you refuse to accept such cookies, we will not be able to use your online activity as the subject for our analysis.
3.3Ad tracking cookie Ad tracking cookies are set by us or by our advertising partners (advertising agency, advertisers). Such cookies can be used to create a profile of you to analyze your preferences and to deliver advertisements to you on our website or other media that are relevant to your interests. Advertising partners do not receive directly identifiable information about you from us, but instead track your online activity with the unique identifier of your browser or connected device. If you refuse to accept such cookies, the advertisements you receive may not be relevant to your interests.
4.How do I refuse to accept cookies?
4.1Website setting You can click on the link to reject our cookies (except for the required cookies).
4.2Browser setting You can refer to the following link to manage your browser's cookie settings according to your browser type and version. You can also manage your browser's cookie settings by searching for the latest information provided by your browser manufacturer or by referring to the description at:www.aboutcookies.org