1. “GOJO” means GOJO Industries, Inc. and all of its subsidiaries and affiliates, except those which maintain their own privacy or cookies policies. GOJO is also referred to as “we”, “us” and “our”
2. “You” or “Your” means each visitor to this website.
3. A “cookie” is a small text file that is stored in your computer’s internet browser when you access a website. There are many different types of cookies. Some cookies are used to make this website function properly, called “strictly necessary cookies”. Other cookies, called targeting, functional, or performance cookies, are used to analyze site performance and traffic, or to tailor advertisements to users. Some cookies contain unique identifiers about you or your device. When you use this website, we will send that identifier to you and it will be stored on your device. Your device will send the identifier back to us each time you visit this website.
4. “Web beacons” are site instrumentation that helps GOJO to determine the kind of response the online activities generate. For example, web beacons can document how many times a page has been viewed or how many of the e-mails, requested by visitors, are actually opened. Generally, any electronic image that is part of a web page or html-based e-mail, including ad banners, can act as a web beacon.
C. Additional Information About Cookies and Web Beacons
1. A cookie will be either a “session” cookie or a “persistent” cookie.
A session cookie will expire when you stop using this website. A persistent cookie will be stored in your device’s web browser. It will remain in use until the expiration date that we set. You can delete a persistent cookie before its expiration date by using the web browser on your device.
2. Web Beacons may also be used by a third parties to monitor a user’s activity on a site.
D. The Types of Cookies We Use
We use four types of cookies. We use:
1. Strictly necessary cookies. These are also called essential cookies. These cookies enable you to move around this website and access some of its features.
Strictly necessary cookies are session cookies.
They are first party cookies, that is, they belong to us.
2. Functional cookies. These are also called preference cookies. These cookies allow this website to remember choices you made when you previously used the site. Those choices may include, for example, the language you prefer and your user name/password if you choose an automatic log in.
Most of the functional cookies we use are session cookies; some are persistent cookies.
Most of the functional cookies we use are first party cookies; some are third party.
3. Performance cookies. These are also called statistics cookies. Performance, or statistics, cookies collect information about how you use this website. For example, we can see the pages you visited and the links on which you clicked.
Most of the performance cookies we use are persistent; some are session cookies.
Most of the performance cookies we use are first party; some are third party cookies.
4. Targeting cookies. Also referred to as marketing cookies, targeting cookies analyze website user behavior and allow us to deliver personalized marketing messages to you
The targeting cookies we use are persistent cookies.
The targeting cookies we use are third party cookies.
E. Third Party Cookies.
F. Managing and Opting Out of Cookies.
Many can be disabled through the browser on your device. Follow the instructions on your browser. They are usually located in the ‘Help’, ‘Tools’ or ‘Edit’ menus of your browser. Please note, you cannot disable a strictly necessary or essential cookie.
Blocking all cookies can have a negative effect on your ability to use many websites.