What Are Cookies
When you visit our website, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. This information might be about you, your preferences, or your device and is mostly used to make the site work as you expect it to. The information does not usually directly identify you, but it can give you a more personalized web experience, such as enabling the site to remember your preferences (user name, language, etc.) for a certain period of time. That way, you don’t have to re-enter them when browsing around the site during the same visit.
Every time you visit our websites, you will be prompted to make a choice about how cookies interact with your device. You will be able to make specific selections about which cookies you consent to.
At any time, you can click on the "Cookie Settings" link in the footer of every page on our website and withdraw or provide consent for cookies. This is called our cookie preference center. You can also click the below button to make your choices.
Cookies We Use
More information on these cookies can be found in the cookie preference center by clicking on the following button.
Social Media Features
Our websites may use social media features, such as the Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn button or multimedia content like “YouTube” and other sharing widgets (“Social Media Features”). Social Media Features may allow you to post information about your activities on our website to outside platforms and social networks. Social Media Features may also allow you to like or highlight information we have posted on our website or our branded social media pages. Social Media Features are either hosted by each respective platform or hosted directly on our website. To the extent the Social Media Features are hosted by the platforms themselves and you click through to these from our websites, the platform may receive information showing that you have visited our websites. If you are logged in to your social media account, it is possible that the respective social media network can link your visit to our websites with your social media profile.
Note that interactions you have with Social Media Features are governed by the privacy policies of the companies providing them, so it is important that you review their privacy and security policies.
How You Can Take Control and Manage Cookies
1. Clari Cookie Preference Center
You can change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking on the “Cookie Settings” link in the footer. A dialogue box will appear, allowing you to make your choice and confirm your choices. You may need to refresh your page for your settings to take effect. The cookie preference center can be found at the bottom of every page of our website.
2. Opt Out from the Setting of Cookies on Your Individual Browser
In addition to using Clari’s cookie preference center, most web browsers allow you to control cookies from within the settings menu. We have provided information about how to control cookie settings for the most popular browsers below.
Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:
To find information relating to other browsers, visit the browser developer's website.
Do Not Track (DNT) Browser Setting
While some internet browsers offer a “do not track” or “DNT” option that lets you tell websites that you do not want to have your online activities tracked, these features are not yet created against any common standard adopted by industry groups, technology companies, or regulators. Therefore, we do not currently commit to responding to browsers’ DNT signals with respect to our websites. Clari will monitor developments around DNT browser technology and the implementation of a standard.
3. Interest-Based Advertising (Or Online Behavioural Advertising)
Interest-based advertising is a way of serving advertisements on the websites you visit and making them more relevant to you and your interests. Shared interests are grouped together based upon previous web browsing activity and web users are then served advertising which matches their shared interests. In this way, advertising can be made as relevant and useful as possible. Relevant ads can also be delivered based upon website contents, including products you have recently been viewing (known as “retargeting”). If this analysis infers a particular interest, a cookie or similar technology is placed in your computer.
Opt Out of Interest-Based Advertising
Such cookies are categorized as non-essential cookies because they are used for advertising purposes and are not strictly necessary to operate our website. Therefore, you have the ability to control their use and your advertising experience online.
Each business will provide you with more detail about information that they collect and use and this will be available by clicking on the AdChoices icon (see below) that is in the ads that you may see on websites.
Alternatively, you can make choices centrally about interest-based advertising from participating third parties. See your choices below:
If you wish to opt out of interest-based advertising from us, please visit our Subscription Center. Contact us at email@example.com if you face any issues with the subscription center. Please note you will continue to receive generic ads.
4. Google Analytics
Google customers (i.e. Clari) use tags on web pages and on mobile apps to enable the use of Google measurement products that help us understand your needs and, optionally, personalize your experience and offer relevant advertising.
Google Analytics collects first-party cookies, data related to the device/browser, IP address, and on-site/app activities to measure and report statistics about user interactions on the websites and/or apps that use Google Analytics. When we use Google Analytics Advertising Features, Google advertising cookies are collected and used to enable features like remarketing on the Google Display Network.
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, download the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.