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We or third parties such as ad networks and other advertising companies may serve  advertisements on our Web Sites and on other websites such as social networking sites. We or  those third parties may use technologies such as cookies, browser cookies, flash cookies, web  beacons or embedded scripts to report certain information about your visits to DR-HO’S Web  Sites and other websites. Examples of this type of information are web pages you visit and your  response to ads. We use this information to measure the effectiveness of our marketing  campaigns, better understand our users and to deliver ads that are more relevant to you, both  on and off our Web Sites. To learn more about these tools and how you can control them, see  below.

DR-HO’S adheres to the ​Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada’s (DAAC) Self-Regulatory  Principles for Online Behavioural Advertising​. To learn more and to opt-out of having your  information used by participating companies for online behavioural advertising purposes,  please visit ​http://youradchoices.ca/choices​. Please note that if you choose to opt-out you  must opt-out of each web browser on each computer, mobile device and tablet you use. If you  opt-out of receiving interest-based ads, you will continue to receive advertising, but it will not be  tailored to you based on your online behavioural information.

We may also use services provided by third-party platforms, including social networking  platforms, to serve you tailored ads. We do this by providing a hashed version of your email  address or other information to the platform provider.

To opt-out of this type of tailored advertising, please contact us at: 

Phone: 1-877-374-6669

Mail: DR-HO’S (Attention: Privacy Manager), 145 Anderson Ave., Markham, ON L6E1A4,  Canada

Cookies and Other Automated Online Information Collection

Cookies and other automated online information collection (such as web beacons and  embedded scripts) may be used on websites, ads and e-mails to identify users, collect  information and provide users a more efficient, personalized and enjoyable user experience by:

  • improving websites and online services
  • permitting market research, campaigns and web analytics
  • tailoring ads, websites and online services to users' likely interests

Cookies

In general, a cookie is a file that a website places on a user's computer to identify it and to  maintain its unique information from page to page (whether the user is logged in or has placed  items in their shopping cart, for example). Cookies include browser cookies and Flash cookies  stored on a user's hard drive. 

Browser Cookies

Browser cookies typically enable a website to identify a user the next time he/she visits. This  lets a website remember a user's preference or lets a user remain signed in to a website or view  products that were placed in a shopping cart. Typically, most web browsers allow users to view,  disable or delete browser cookies, accept or reject cookies entirely or by specific site, and notify  a user each time a cookie is offered.

Flash Cookies

Flash cookies are cookies that are stored and accessed using Adobe Flash. Flash cookies are  ordinarily larger than browser cookies, and take up more space on a user's computer allowing  more information to be stored. Users can manage and control settings concerning Flash  cookies on their computer by visiting the Adobe® Flash® Player website at:

https://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager02.html

To learn more about Flash cookies, visit the Adobe® Flash® Player website at:

https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/disable-third-party-local-shared.html

Web Beacons

Web beacons are bits of code embedded in web pages, ads, images and e-mails that record  activities such as when a user has visited a certain page, when an e-mail was opened, or  whether certain ads on a website and other sites were effective. By turning off browser cookies,  a web beacon ordinarily should not be able to record the user's unique information, even though  it will still identify the website visit or other activity.

Embedded Scripts

Embedded scripts are also bits of code that measure how a user interacts with a web page  (which links are clicked on, for example). Scripting functionality, such as JavaScript, may be  turned off via your web browser. 

Please note: If a user exercises their choice to reject or disable cookies or other automated  means, users may not be able to take advantage of the full features and functionality of a  website.