For each visitor to the Site, our web server may automatically recognize and store information such as the visitor's IP address/domain name combination, type of web browser, computer operating system (e.g., Windows or Mac OS), and any referring web sites. When you visit the Site, our server may send a "cookie" to your browser. Cookies are small amounts of data that our Site sends to your computer while you are visiting the Site. This information gets stored on your computer's hard drive and among other things, it allows our Site to distinguish between visitors and analyze traffic patterns through the Site. Most web browser software automatically accepts cookies, but you can change your browser setting to prevent that if you do not wish to store the information on your computer. How to turn off all cookies differs for each web browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Chrome, etc.) so you may wish to consult your browser's "Help" menu for additional information.
Please note that Cookies do not damage your computer and cannot by themselves be used to discover the identity of the user.