Last Updated / Effective Date: April 15, 2020
What types of tracking mechanisms do we use?
What are cookies and web beacons?
A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies enable a website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) and recognize you and/or your browser, along with some information you have provided in the past. Web beacons/pixel tags are small graphics on a webpage or email that monitor your activity when viewing a webpage or email.
Why do we collect cookies?
- make the Site function properly,
- provide personalized experiences on and off the Site,
- tailor our interactions with you,
- provide us with valuable data for analysis and improvement of the Site and web experience,
- help us with our marketing efforts,
- provide us with statistics about usage and effectiveness, and
- help us improve the Site, products and services.
We also may collect data about how you use (i) your online account, and (ii) the Site, when you are logged into your account. We may combine data automatically collected from you with other Personal Information about you.
What cookies does the Site use?
Strictly Necessary Cookies
The following cookies are required for the Site to function properly. Even if you opt-out of cookies in your browser settings, the Site may still collect strictly necessary cookies to enable website functionality.
|ASP.NET_SessionID||Identify session across page visits for storing/caching of data (.NET)|
The following cookies provide us with statistical data regarding your use of the Site and the source of your visit.
|T_RequestVerificationToken||Prevent malicious submission of forms/data (.NET)|
|F5_cspm||Track visits through network load balancer to balance traffic|
|JSESSIONID||Track visits for monitoring performance data across a session|
Targeting / Marketing Cookies
These cookies may be set through the Site by our advertising partners. They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant advertisements.
|Visitor||Unique identifier for search tracking|
|AnonymousUserId||Track individual visits across pages|
|ActiveCollection||Unique identifier of collection of products created to track across visits|
|CheckCountry||Store country of visitor inferred from IP Address|
We use third parties and/or service providers to provide interest-based advertising services. These services may serve advertisements on our behalf that are customized based on predictions about your interests generated from your visits to websites (including this Site) over time and across different websites. The data collected may be associated with your Personal Information. These advertisements may appear on the Site and on other websites, and may be sent to you via email.
To change your preferences with respect to certain online ads and to obtain more information about ad networks and online behavioral advertising, visit National Advertising Initiative Consumer opt-out page or the Digital Advertising Alliance Self-Regulatory Program. Changing your settings with individual browsers or ad networks will not necessarily carry over to other browsers or ad networks. As a result, depending on the opt-outs you request, you may still see our ads. Opting-out of targeted advertising does not opt you out of all ads, just those targeted to you.
The Site contains videos and embedded content provided by Company and its service providers, including visible content and/or feeds scripts embedded in the Site's code. Company and such service providers may collect data about how you interact with such content. Even if you do not watch videos, our service provider may still collect certain information about your interactions with the Site.
How long do cookies last?
A cookie can either be a “session” cookie or a “persistent” cookie. Session cookies exist only for so long as you are visiting the applicable website and are typically deleted within thirty (30) minutes or removed when you exit your web browser, whichever is longer.
Persistent cookies exist for a set period of time, for example, up to two (2) years. Each time you visit a website that has implemented a persistent cookie, the persistent cookie is renewed and that cookie will remain active until its predetermined expiration date. You can manually delete persistent cookies through your browser settings.
We may store information in the United States.
We may store information collected from cookies and other tracking technologies on servers in the United States. Certain governmental authorities may not consider the level of protection of Personal Information in the United States to be equivalent to that required in other jurisdictions.
Categories of third-parties and/or service providers that information is shared with.
Sub-Zero shares the information gathered via cookies with its advertising networks, internet providers, data analytics providers (e.g. Adobe Analytics), operating systems and platforms and social networks.
First-party versus third-party cookies.
Cookies can be either “first-party” or “third-party” cookies. A first-party cookie allows your web browser to talk to the actual website that you are visiting (i.e. the Site). A third-party cookie allows your web browser to talk to a third-party website, such as the source of an ad that appears on the website you are visiting or a third-party analytics provider. Sub-Zero does not have control over a third party's use of information collected via third-party cookies.
How do you manage cookies or opt-out?
Please be aware that if cookies are disabled, not all features of the Site may operate as intended. While select cookies can be disabled based on your browser settings, all cookies cannot be disabled as the Site will fail to function its essential purpose. You may not be able to decline or refuse "Strictly Necessary Cookies" which are required to make the Site work properly.
You may wish to refer to https://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/index.html for information on commonly used browsers. Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers below:
Google Chrome: Google Chrome Support
Microsoft Edge: Microsoft Edge Support
Mozilla Firefox: Firefox Support
Microsoft Internet Explorer: Internet Explorer Support
To opt-out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, visit: GA Opt Out
California's "DO NOT TRACK" requirement.
We do not react to "Do Not Track" or "DNT" browser signals at this time.
How to contact us?