Cookies Policy

O.C. Tanner Jewelers Cookie Policy

Last Updated: September 24, 2019

Our automatic data collection includes the use of the following technologies:

  • Cookies.

     A "cookie" is a small piece of data that is stored on a visitor's hard drive in order to store information about visitor preferences and activities on the Site. We use this information to optimize the experiences of our visitors. For instance, a cookie can help us identify you when you return to the Site in order to save you time. In the event that our business partners on the Site use cookies we will not have access or control over such cookies. However, any use of cookies will not relate to any personally identifiable information about you. You may also choose to refuse to accept cookies by configuring the appropriate setting on your browser. However, doing so may prevent you from being able to access parts of the Site or Services and may prevent the Site from functioning properly.
  • Web Beacons.

     A "web beacon" is a small file (also known as a clear gif or pixel tag) that is embedded on a webpage, email, video, or other content that allows us to collect data about visitors who interact with such webpages or emails, such as recording when such content is accessed and reading other information from your browser. You may be able to disable web beacons in our email communications by turning off "images" in your email client settings. However, doing do may prevent you from being able to properly enjoy our Services as they are designed to be used.
  • Google Analytics.

     We may use Google Analytics or similar services to collect non-personal information from you regarding the use of the Site. Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google, Inc. that mainly uses cookies to report on your interactions on the Site and analyzes how you use the Site. For more information on Google Analytics, including how to set up privacy controls on how Google Analytics collects your information, please see the help article, Safeguarding your data.

How we respond to Do Not Track Signals

Because we track visitors' activities over time, we respond to Do Not Track (DNT) signals sent to us from our visitors' browsers. However, we do not allow third parties to track such activities. Visitors can opt out of behavioral tracking on this Site by declining the cookie statement presented to a visitor upon their first visit. The use of cookies and behavioral tracking is deactivated when a visitor chooses to decline the cookie statement. As tracking your activities and preferences may help us provide you with higher quality experience, such experience may be downgraded if we receive a DNT signal from your browser. Personally identifiable information may be collected from you when we receive a DNT signal from your browser. We use this information to store information about your preferences and improve the Site.

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