Cookie Notice

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent from a web site you are visiting to your computer. Your computer stores the cookies inside your web browser. Cookies do many things depending on the type of cookie. For example, they allow us to identify things such as which pages were accessed, how many people visited our web site, who is a returning visitor, and whether there were any technical problems. By collecting this information, we learn what parts of our web sites are the most valuable to our visitors and monitor the functioning of our web site. Cookies do not harm your computer in any way.

There are other technologies that are similar to cookies, such as web beacons, which are also known as internet tags, pixels and clear GIFs. These technologies function like cookies, and we refer to cookies and these similar technologies collectively as cookies for purposes of this Notice.

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Does XpresCheck use cookies on its web sites?

Yes. Like most web sites, our web site uses cookies. Some of the cookies we use are temporary and are deleted as soon as you end your session or close your web browser. Other cookies, called persistent cookies, remain on your computer's hard drive for longer periods of time, after which they expire, or until you delete them.

Additionally, some of the cookies on our web site are first-party cookies, meaning that we create and place them on your computer when you visit our web site. Other cookies, known as third party cookies, are placed on your computer when you visit our web site, but are stored by other service providers or third party domains. We do not control the use of information collected by such third party cookies.

What are the types of cookies that web sites use?

There are four general categories of cookies that are used on web sites:

Strictly necessary (also known as required or essential) cookies: These cookies are required to move around a web site and use its features, such as browsing as a registered visitor, or making a purchase. Our web site uses strictly necessary cookies. You may be able to block these cookies, but some parts of the web sites may not function properly.

Performance cookies: These cookies collect information about how visitors use a web site, such as the number of visitors browsing the site or a particular section of the site, the pages visitors go to most often, and whether they get error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a specific visitor. Rather, the information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. The information that we gather through performance cookies is used to improve how the web sites work, and to help us evaluate web site usage.

Tools that perform web site analytics, such as Google Analytics, use performance cookies to generate reports about a web site's traffic and the sources of that traffic. They can also be used to recognize you across platforms and devices. These tools tell web site owners how many visitors came to their web site, and whether those visitors came to the web site after clicking on a link in a search engine or via another referral source. In this way, the web site is able to evaluate web site traffic as well as the ways to increase web site traffic. Like virtually all web sites, we use performance cookies, including Google Analytics.

Functional cookies: These cookies allow a web site to remember choices made by web site visitors (such as user name, language or region) and provide enhanced, more personal features. This allows web sites to improve user experience. We use functional cookies.

Targeting or advertising cookies: These cookies are used to deliver online advertisements both on and off web sites visited that may be more relevant to visitor interests based on activity from a web site being browsed. They may also be used to limit the number of times visitors see an advertisement and to help measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. We use targeting cookies. We do not serve third party advertisements to you on our web sites. But, we do allow third parties to place cookies on our web sites, and information collected via these cookies is used to provide you with information that may be of interest to you based on your activities on our web sites.

Am I required to accept cookies to use this web site?

No. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but most browsers also allow you to disable or manage the use of cookies to adjust the types of cookies you want to accept. We also offer a cookie management tool to visitors from certain jurisdictions. Please note that if you choose to disable all cookies, some portion of our web sites, as well as most other web sites, may not work properly. Keep reading for more information about how you can adjust your cookie preferences when you visit our web sites.

How do I block or manage cookies?

There are several ways you may be able to block or manage cookies. Certain of our web sites offer cookie tools that provide information and allow you to manage your preferences. For our web sites that do not currently offer this functionality, you can take the steps described below. Please note that the steps described below must be taken on each browser or device you use, and if you change browsers or devices you must take these steps again on the new browser or device.

You may be able to disable and manage cookies through your browser. If you do, you can still browse our web sites but may not be able to use many of their features. Several popular browsers offer guidance on how to manage cookies:

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Last Updated: April 20, 2020

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