Policy regarding the Use of Access Data
Effective date: 2020/2/1
Access Data We Collect from Visitors
Access logs. We record information from users' access logs, including IP addresses, access times and dates, referrers, accessed files and browser type. We only use access logs data to improve user experience on our websites and services.
Web beacons or pixels. We also use "web beacons" (also known as "pixel tags"). A web beacon is an electronic file that usually consists of a single-pixel image. Web beacons are embedded on our websites to transmit information, which could include personal data. We use web beacons to store the data of access logs while they are automatically stored on the servers. We only use web beacons to improve user experience on our websites and services, and to compile statistics about their usage.
|_ga||First Party||to differentieate between users within the framework of Google Analytics||26 months|
|_gid||First Party||to differentieate between users within the framework of Google Analytics||24 hours|
|_utma||First Party||to differentieate between users within the framework of Google Analytics||2 years|
Purpose of Using Access Data
We will use access data obtained from visitors for the following purposes:
- Request for disclosure
- Improving user experience on our websites and services (such as suggesting contents tailored to visitors' interest);
- Analytics of our websites;
- Authenticating the validity of user accounts and checking the login status of users;
- Development of new services and products;
- Compiling statistics about the usage of our websites or services; and
- Other activities related to the above.
Access Data Shared with Our Third-Party Service Providers
The following third-party providers may have access to the access data collected by us.
Social Media Policy
Facebook Like Button and Fan Page
YouTube Channel and Videos. Our websites include video content from YouTube. We also offer videos on our YouTube channel. These videos and channel include cookies, which means that your web browser automatically sends certain information to Google. This includes the URL of the page you are visiting and your IP address. Google uses the information shared by our websites to deliver its services, maintain and improve them, develop new services, measure the effectiveness of advertising, protect against fraud and abuse, and personalize content and ads you see on Google and our websites. For more information, please visit this page.