① What is a cookie?
stores information about your cookie. A cookie is a website your computer browser (Netscape, Internet Explorer, etc.) are sent to the small amount of information. If access to the website's computer reads the contents of a cookie in your browser, your additional information to find on your computer — for example, you can provide service without further input. Cookies identify your computer, but does not identify you personally. In addition, you have the option for cookies. At the top of the Web browser tool in the Internet Options tab > accept, send a notification when a cookie is set, or reject all cookies, you can have a choice.
② cookie operations.
cookies is for the convenience of users globally. The information collected through cookies, other than member ID, and other information is not collected. member ID collected through cookies is used for the following purposes:
- Depends on the individual's interest and differentiated information.
-Members and non-members , such as the access of frequency or time spent by analyzing the tastes and interests, taking advantage of the targeted marketing b identifying.
- Information on shopping items and items of interest in browsing allows tracking and tracing to provide a personalized service when shopping next time.
-Analyzes the service members ' habits and measures, such as restructuring.
-Bulletin Board registeration
Cookies will expire upon the termination of the browser or after logging out.