Cookies[New Lantern] insists on collecting and using data related to you in an open and transparent manner. In the spirit of openness and transparency, we have described the method and situation of [New Lantern] using cookies in this [User Manual]. This Cookie Instructions is applicable to all [New Lantern] products or services that follow this [Instructions].
What is a cookie?
When does New Lantern insert cookies?
What cookies does New Lantern use?
We use two types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. Persistent cookies can identify you as an existing user, allowing you to automatically log in when you next visit [New Lantern] or use [New Lantern] services. After logging in to [New Lantern], the persistent cookies continue to run in your browser. When you return to the [New Lantern] website (and or APP) or use the cooperative website (and or APP)s of the [New Lantern] service, [New Lantern] will read the cookies. Session cookies are only valid for a period of time, usually during a visit to a website (and or APP) or browser.
What is the purpose of cookies?
Cookies are used for a wide range of purposes, such as identifying users when using the [New Lantern] website (and or APP), saving preferences, and providing personalized user experience. When users interact with the [New Lantern] website (and or APP), cookies can improve security and speed. In addition, [New Lantern] can display advertisements to you on and off the site through cookies, while providing a variety of custom functions, including [New Lantern] plug-ins including "share" buttons.
When you are authorized to log in to New Lantern, we can provide correct information through cookies to create a personalized experience for you.
Security measures New Lantern enables and supports security functions through cookies, and assists in detecting online malicious behaviors and violations of the New Lantern user agreement.
What is "do not track"?
"Do not track" is a mechanism for the development and implementation of the Internet industry that the Internet recommends, allowing Internet users to control and track their online activities by using browser settings. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is working with industry organizations, web browsers, technology companies, and regulatory agencies to develop non-tracking technology standards. Although some progress has been made, it has been very slow. So far, no standards have been adopted. Therefore, New Lantern generally does not use "do not track" technology.
How are cookies used for advertising?
Cookies and other advertising technologies including beacons, pixels, and tags can help New Lantern show you relevant advertisements more efficiently. These technologies can also help us provide advertisers with comprehensive audits, research and reports, understand and improve our services, and understand what content is shown to you. Reminder: Since your browser may require direct advertising content and beacons from third-party ad network servers, these ad networks can view, edit, or set third-party cookies, just as you browse web pages from their website (and or APP)s. The advertisements served by New Lantern may also set third-party cookies.
If you are a New Lantern member but you have logged out of your browser, New Lantern may still record your use of New Lantern services on this browser in the next 30 days. The purpose is to generate New Lantern service usage analysis data. We may use a comprehensive form Share these analysis data with advertisers.
Unless you clear these cookies from your browser, we will use this information to:
Provide advertisements that are more relevant to you based on your interests Provide comprehensive reports on advertising campaigns to advertisers and advertising sites Help website (and or APP) and app owners understand how visitors use the website (and or APP) or app Discover and protect users and partners from fraud and other risks Improve New Lantern products
Without your permission, we will not provide any personal information collected to advertisers. You can change the settings and choose to turn off interest-based advertisements from New Lantern customers and advertisements placed on New Lantern based on data collected by third-party website (and or APP)s. Reminder: Choosing to turn off ads means that the ads you see are not based on your interests, and it does not mean that the webpages you visit will not show ads. If you are not a New Lantern member, learn about cookies and how to turn them off. Click here to learn more about the self-regulatory principles followed by New Lantern.
What third-party cookies do New Lantern use?
Most browsers allow you to manage cookies in your preferences. If you restrict the website (and or APP) to store cookies, you may not be able to enjoy personalized services and get the best user experience, or you may not be able to save custom settings such as login information.
Please go to wikipedia.org, www.allaboutcookies.org or www.aboutcookies.org to learn more about cookies, including how to check which cookies are set on the website (and or APP), how to manage and delete cookies, etc.