MUST Cookies Declaration
What are cookies and similar technology?
A cookie is information placed on an Internet user's hard disk in a tiny text file. It is generated by a web server, a computer running the website. The cookies contain the information set by the server and can be used by the user's managed server when they access the site.
The cookies can be divided into two categories:
– The Session cookies, allows websites to identify and link users for a single browser session (e. g., the cookies used to remember the users to add their shopping cart content while browsing the site);
– Persistent cookies, which allow the website to remember user preferences and choices (e.g., cookies for targeted advertising)
Similar technologies and tools use specific characteristics to identify devices to analyze website visits. Similar technologies include HTML5 local storage, local shared objects, fingerprinting, pixel tracking, and plugins. For ease of reference, cookies and similar technologies are called "Cookies".
What do cookies use for?
Cookies serve a variety of purposes. Cookies enable us to provide users with certain features and website visitor information. Cookies also make our website more user-friendly, better understand our current and potential customers, and enhance our relationship information, including between users and different devices and browsers that may use online targeting and advertising. MUST website has four cookie categories Below are examples of the types of cookies and similar technologies we use.
Our website requires the necessary cookies to function correctly. These cookies are placed on your computer or device when you request a specific action or service (for example, when you log in, fill out a form, or set your cookie preferences). If your browser is set to block or warn about these cookies, you will not be able to use some features of our website. By deleting these cookies, you may be unable to use significant parts of our website. Most necessary cookies are from the MUST website. Most of these are persistent cookies, and the active period is calculated in months, not seconds. Cookies set by MUST are called "first party" cookies and operate only on MUST's domain. These cookies include:
– Cookies by login or registration
– Cookies to save customer data profile
– Tag Commander cookie: This cookie remembers user privacy preferences and whether the user has made a Do Not Track request（Do Not Track）
Statistical or analytical cookies provided by other companies and us help us count visits to our website and understand the traffic sources. The data we obtain enables us to understand our visitors' preferences and optimize our website accordingly. To provide better content to our visitors, we analyze the number of page views, the number of visits, the different actions visitors take on our site, the geographic location of our visitors, and the number of times visitors return to our site. If you delete these cookies, we will be unable to track your visit frequency, region, city, page views, page jumps, origin, exit pages, etc. Most of the cookies used for statistics come from our analytics platform. They track behavior and site usage within our domains without personally identifying users.
We set personalized cookies. Personalized cookies allow you to configure our website according to your preferences (e.g., language, region) and enable enhanced functionality. If you do not accept these cookies, we will be unable to save your preferences, and you may not be able to use certain services on our website. If you delete personalization cookies, you cannot keep your preferences, and the website will forget your preferences. Personalized cookies also include:
– Cookies used to remember text size preference or page number preference
– Cookies used to remember language, saved country preferences, etc.
– Cookies used to remember recently viewed pages
– Cookies for session preferences to remember popups or panels
• Similar Technologies:
Similar technologies MUST use:
Pixel Tags and Web Beacons
Pixel tags (also known as web beacons) are small blocks of code placed on web pages. Pixel tags allow us to determine whether you have taken a certain action. When you visit a web page, the tag lets us know that you have visited the web page. These tools help us improve our web pages and experience.
Server logs record activity on our website. Other types of logs collect similar information from our applications. These logs record information about the device you use to access our website, your operating system type, browser type, domain name, and other system settings, your system's language, and the country and time zone where your device is located. Our logs also record the IP address of the device you use to connect to the network. An IP address is a unique identifier needed for devices to identify and communicate with each other on a network. We may also collect information about the websites you visited before you came and the websites you visited after you left our website.
How do you set cookies?
You can manage which non-essential cookies MUST be set using our cookie privacy settings panel. Many of our websites only place marketing cookies when you click "Accept All Cookies" when you first visit the website. You can use this link to adjust your preferences if you have accepted cookies. You can also manage and delete cookies using your browser settings. Browsers such as Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari enable you to accept, decline, or delete cookies. Visit your browser's Help Center to learn more. Please note that your browser settings cannot manage certain cookies, such as Adobe Flash Cookies or Microsoft Silverlight Cookies. To control Adobe Flash cookies, please visit the Flash Player help page. To manage Microsoft Silverlight Cookies, please visit the Silverlight section of the Microsoft Privacy Statement. Although our website currently does not have a mechanism for recognizing the various web browser Do Not Track flags, as previously stated, we offer our customers the choice to manage their cookie preferences. To learn more about browser tracking flags and Do Not Track flags, please visit http://www.allaboutdnt.org.