What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small electronic data text files, typically consisting of letters and numbers, placed on your computer, tablet, phone, or other electronic device, when you employ that device to visit a website.
Below is a list of the different types of Cookies we may use on our Sites:
Some Cookies operate from the time you visit our Sites to the end of that particular web browsing session. These Cookies expire and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. These Cookies are known as “session” Cookies.
Some Cookies will stay on your device between browsing sessions — they do not expire when you close your browser. These Cookies are called “persistent” Cookies. The length of time a persistent Cookie stays on your device varies from Cookie to Cookie. We use persistent Cookies for a variety of purposes. Persistent Cookies allow us to store your preferences so that they are available for the next visit and to keep a more accurate account of how often you visit our Sites and how your use of the Sites may vary over time.
Cookies may be placed on your device by II-VI as the Site operator. These Cookies are called “first party” Cookies. Some Cookies may be placed on your device by a party other than us. These Cookies are called “third party” Cookies. For example, a II-VI service provider may place a third-party Cookie to enable data analytic services for us.
You can decide whether or not to accept Cookies. When you first come to our Sites, a pop-up dialog box will appear which gives you the option at that time to accept or reject the different types of Cookies, You can always change your preferences afterwards through your browser’s settings. Most Internet browsers allow some control of most Cookies through the browser settings. Please note that if you use your browser settings to block all Cookies you may not be able to access parts of our Sites. For information on how to adjust the Cookies settings on your browser, you must check your browser’s website. You can also use a browser plug-in which adds extra capabilities to your browser.
A Do Not Track signal is a browser setting that requests a web application database to disable its tracking of an individual user. When you choose to turn on the Do Not Track signal in your browser (if supported), your browser sends a special signal to websites, analytics companies, ad networks, plug in providers, and other web services you encounter while browsing to stop tracking your activity. At present, there is no consensus on how the companies you encounter should interpret a Do Not Track signal. As a result, most sites do not currently change their practices when they receive a Do Not Track signal. Like other sites, currently, our Sites do not function differently based on a user’s Do Not Track signal, and we do not respond to Do Not Track signals.
II-VI Group Entities are committed to protecting your privacy as set forth in our Global Privacy Notice: http://www.ii-vi.com/privacy/.
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Issued: May 25, 2018