We also use “cookies,” Web beacons, and other tracking technologies. Cookies are small data
files that are automatically stored on your computer when you visit our Website. Cookies are
used to track the pages of the websites you have visited and do not retain any personally
identifiable information such as your name, address or any financial information. We may use
cookies to, among other things, enable you to use certain Website features, remember the items
in your shopping cart, store your preferences, recognize you when you return to our Website,
speed up your searches, track your orders, and monitor and maintain information about your
general Internet usage and use of our Website. Cookies help us to improve our Website and to
deliver a better and more customized service. They allow us to customize our Website according
to your individual interests. You may refuse to accept cookies by activating the setting on your
browser, which allows you to refuse the setting of cookies. However, if you select this setting
you may be unable to access certain parts of the Website or unable to use some or all of our
services. Unless you have adjusted your browser setting so that it will refuse cookies, our system
will issue cookies when you log on to our Site. By using our Website, you consent to our
placement of cookies on your computer.

You may occasionally get cookies from other third parties. We have no access to or control over
these cookies. Web beacons are small strings of code that are placed in a website page or in an email
message. They are sometimes called “clear GIFs” (Graphics Interchange Format) or “pixel
tags.” Web beacons are most often used in conjunction with cookies to track activity on our
Website. When you visit a particular page, web beacons notify us of your visit. Since web
beacons are used in combination with cookies, if you disable cookies the web beacons will only
detect an anonymous Website visit. When used in an e-mail, Web beacons enable us to know
whether you have received the e-mail.