Welcome to the ALC Match Partner Network Consumer Choice Page

Information Collection and Use

Participating companies in the ALC Match Partner Network (“Match Partners”), place cookies containing non-personally identifiable information on a user's computer when they visit the companies’ websites. A cookie is a small file created by a web server, delivered through a web browser and placed on a user's computer. Such cookies enable websites to recognize users when they return to those websites. The use of these cookies facilitate the delivery of the most relevant offers to the right consumers while both protecting the privacy of consumers and offering a choice about participating in such activities.

The cookies set by Match Partners do not contain, collect or convey any personally identifiable information (PII). Instead, the cookie contains anonymous, non-personally identifiable information that is derived from various online and off-line sources and that is placed into the cookie when a user registers or logs in on one of our participating client websites. Registration data which may include PII is used instantaneously to associate an individual to various general categories of information. Match Partners use a one-way security process to anonymize the data for placement of the non-personally identifiable information into cookies, which are encrypted before being placed on the user’s browser. The one-way process is designed to prevent the cookie from being connected to PII. As a result of this methodology, the Match Partners do not link the cookies to any PII collected by our website partner(s) during the registration or login process.

Consumer Choice and Opt-Out

To learn more about how online behavioral advertising works and your choices about your participation in such advertising or to opt-out of advertisers using cookies created for this purpose including those set by any of the Match Partners participating in the ALC Match Partner Network you can click on the link to the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) opt-out page at www.networkadvertising.org/choices/ or the link to the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) opt–out page at www.aboutads.info.