What Kinds of Cookies Do We Use?
The Site may use Strictly Necessary Cookies, Performance Cookies, Functional Cookies, Targeting Cookies and Social Media Cookies. Any of these may be first-party cookies or third-party cookies, persistent or session.
- Strictly Necessary Cookies: These are cookies without which you would not be able to use this Site. For example, Strictly Necessary Cookies adjust the Site data transmitted to match your Internet connection, get you to the secure versions of the Site, and help provide services you specifically request. If you set your browser to block these cookies, some parts of the Site will not work. Strictly Necessary Cookies do not store any Personal Information.
- Functional cookies: These cookies allow the Site to remember choices you make and provide enhanced functionality and more personalized features. Depending on context, Functional Cookies may store certain types of Personal Information as needed to provide functionality.
- Social Media Cookies: Social Media Cookies make social sharing easier for you, provide you with tools to connect with the Site, and help us better understand both the audience for the Site and the effectiveness of our social media outreach. These are third-party cookies. Your choices with respect to such cookies are determined by the social media platforms on which you have accounts. Facebook: You can learn more about interest-based advertising from Facebook by visiting this page: https://www.facebook.com/help/610457675797481
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How Does Disc Makers Maintain my "Do Not Sell" Choice?
If you do not log in to your account (or do not have an account with us) and instead set a "Do Not Sell" preference that is specific to the site that you are visiting, please be aware that the setting will only work if your browser is set to accept cookies. Likewise, if you clear your browser cookies, the cookie-based "Do Not Sell" setting will be erased, and you will need to reset the setting for that web domain.
If you choose to sign in and set a "Do Not Sell" setting tied to your account, we will attempt to identify and honor that setting whenever you are logged into the Disc Makers website. This persistent setting will have no effect, however, when you have not signed in to the Disc Makers website. In that case, only the setting set for a particular website, if one exists, will apply.
Don’t Want Cookies?
Most web browsers let you choose whether to accept cookies. Most also let you delete cookies already set. The choices available, and the mechanism used, will vary from browser to browser. Such browser settings are typically found in the "options", "tools" or "preferences" menu. You may also consult the browser’s "help" menu.
- Cookie settings in Microsoft Edge
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- Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
There are online tools available for clearing all cookies left behind by the websites you have visited, such as www.allaboutcookies.org. Usually, deletion of cookies will anonymize the information associated with the pixel and a website will not receive any further associated information. Please note at this time, we do not recognize automated browser signals regarding tracking mechanisms, which may include "do not track" instructions.