We may use cookies, log files, web beacons, scripts, tags, and other tracking technologies from time to time to collect, use and store your relative information. This part describes how we use such tracking technologies
Why we use tracking technologies?
A. Help us to better understand and provide services to you and our users;
B. The racking technologies enable us to understand you and provide better services to you. For example, a tracking service can assist us to collect the following information:
a) We need your verification information when providing the services to you;
b) Our map and location-based services may need information on your current location;
c) Our translation services may need information on your language preference;
d) We need other related information to our users so that we can provide services and develop the new functions.
What is Tracking Technologies
Tracking technologies are used in FFP3FFP2 include that:
A. Cookie is a small file containing a series of words, and will be stored on your computer, mobile phone, or other devices when you log in to the website or other web content;
B. Web beacons are electronic image files or other technologies installed on a website or E-mail, which can be used to count the computer visitors amount, record whether and when have you looked through an E-mail or website, or use some cookies;
C. Log files store several pieces of information that are automatically collected. Such information includes IP address, browser type, ISP, reference/exit page, operation system, date/time stamp, and clickstream data;
D. ET Tag is header of HTTP protocol transferred between the Internet browser and the Internet server at the back. It can substitute cookies to track the individual users and allow us to understand and improve FFP3FFP2 services.
E. JavaScript is a kind of programming language, which is used to make more interactive and dynamic pages. JavaScript can set, read and delete cookies.
How we use tracking technologies
We form partnerships with third parties to use their tracking technology
A. We and our third-party partners can collect and use some information through tracking technologies from time to time;
B. Our customer support service partner assists us to better respond to your any inquiry and provide a better user experience for our users;
C. Our service partner assists us to manage and provide some service functions, such as web cache, language translation, and map services;
D. We may obtain the report on the individual and overall user from such partners in using such tracking technologies.
E. Our own tracking technologies
5. General clauses on tracking technologies
A. You must note that the third-party tracking technologies are restrained by the third party their own privacy policy but not our Privacy Policy. We will bear no responsibility for any tracking technologies of the third party;
B. We may combine the information collected by tracking technologies with the other information we collected. For example, if you install and register the services of FFP3FFP2 through a third-party online advertisement, we and/or our third-party partners can utilize the tracking technologies to inform us where you know our services.
6. How can you control tracking technologies?
You can prohibit or manage some categories of tracking technologies by changing your browser settings (such as cookies or web beacons) or mobile devices. However, please note that if you prohibit the use of tracking technologies, we may be unable to provide the best user experience of FFP3FFP2 Services to you, and part or whole functions of FFP3FFP2 may be unable to operate normally;
You can through the settings in FFP3FFP2 services to control which information we can collect by tracking technologies.