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Use Of Cookies

Cookies help personalize Your experience on Our Sites, help Us remember the webpages You have visited, measure the effectiveness of marketing initiatives, and identify and resolve website errors. The only personal data a cookie can contain is data You supply yourself. Cookies cannot harm Your computer and We do not store personally identifiable information such as credit card details. We may use information gathered from cookies to help improve Your experience on Our Sites, for instance remembering delivery addresses to save You time when placing repeat orders. Generally, cookies work by assigning a unique number to the user that has no meaning outside the assigning site. A cookie cannot read data off Your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites. This random number lets Us keep track of consumer behavior without knowing who those customers are. We do have relationships with selected suppliers who may also set cookies during Your visit to be used for remarketing purposes. Nixon cannot control the use of cookies or the resulting information by advertisers or third-parties hosting data for Us. Most web browsers have cookies enabled automatically. However, You may disable cookies as described immediately below.

How can I disable cookies?

If You do not want information collected through the use of cookies, most browsers allow You to enable or disable the cookie feature. Please refer to your browser’s help section for specific instructions on how to manage cookies. Because cookies are used throughout Our Sites, disabling them may prevent You from using certain parts of the Site. To learn more about cookies, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.

Cookies and citizens of the EU

The European Union Directive 2009/136/EC, amending Directive 2002/58/EC on Privacy and Electronic Communications (otherwise known as the e-Privacy or Cookie Directive), and laws in EU countries implementing such directive, may require user consent before a site may place cookies and other similar technologies on Your browser or to use such technologies to access information on Your browser. Where required, We provide notice to You of Our cookie practices upon visiting Our Sites, and by using Our Sites You agree to the use of cookies in Europe, as detailed immediately below.

Types of Cookies Used By Nixon:

  1. Session cookies

    These cookies are temporary and expire once You leave the Site. Examples of Session cookies’ functions are to identify a specific language/locale, initially based on the geography, but then by user choice, and to enable You to browse Our Sites and use their features (e.g., add items to Shopping Cart).

  2. Permanent cookies

    These cookies may stay on Your computer long after an individual Site session has ended and may hold such data as login details, contact information and account numbers so that You do not have to re-type them everytime You visit Our Sites.

  3. First-party cookies

    These are cookies issued from the website You have actually access (e.g., Nixon.com). They serve to give memory to the website abou Your data and preferences

  4. Third-Party Cookies.

    There are several third-party cookies that get loaded when using Our Sites. Cookies from Twitter, Google, Adroll and Facebook are the primary cookies that load. Other third-party cookies may include other advertising tracking and interest-based advertising, and web analytics cookies.

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