1. What is Cookie?
For the purpose of ensuring normal operation of a website, We will sometimes store some data files called Cookie in computer or mobile device, and there also have Cookie set by any third party at the website. Third party Cookie can offer third party features or functions at or by the website. Cookie is a text-only file stored by a web server in computer or mobile device. The contents of Cookie can be searched or read only by the web server that has created it. Each Cookie is unique to your web browser or mobile application. Cookie generally includes identifier, site name, and some numbers and characters. By Cookie, a website can store the data about the user’s preference or the commodity in the user’s shopping cart. For more information about Cookie, please visit www.allaboutCookies.org.
2. Intended Use of Cookie
Hytera uses Cookie for the same purposes as most websites or internet service providers, i.e. operating the websites and improving the user experience. By Cookie, a website can remember a user’s single visit (using session Cookie) or more visits (using permanent Cookie). By Cookie, a website can save settings such as the language, font size, and other browsing preferences of a computer or mobile device, meaning that a user need not set preferences anew at the time of each visit. If a website does not use Cookie, then the website will deem a user as a new visitor when such user opens the webpage of such website each time. For example, if you visit another webpage after logging in such website, such website will not recognize you and you will log out again. Hytera will not use Cookie for any purpose other than those specified herein.
3. Your Choice
You may decide to store Cookie in your computer or terminal and you may choose to delete Cookie. If you agree to store cookie in your computer when you visit our website, we will deem that you have agreed on the use of Cookie as stated herein. If you refuse to accept the Cookie, you may also use our websites although you may be limited from using some functions and parts of our websites during your visit.
You may manage or delete Cookie according to your own preferences. For more details, please visit AboutCookies.org. You may clear all the Cookies stored in your computer, and most web browsers have the function of preventing or deleting Cookies. If you choose to do so, then you have to change your user settings each time when you visit our websites. For more information about how to change the browser settings, please visit following interlinkage:
Do Not Track. We do not follow the “Do Not Track” mechanism presently. But, We are investigating and surveying the feasibility of such mechanism and will update the Policy when the mechanism of treating personal information is changed.
4. Web Beacon and Pixel Tag
5. Policy Changes
6. Contact Us
If you have any doubt, advice, or suggestion, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to contact Us.
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