Cookies and Tracking Technologies Policy

Last Updated: April 14, 2020

This document (“Cookie Policy”) describes how Texas A&M University School of Law (“us” “we” or “Texas A&M Law”) uses cookies and tracking technologies in the course of operating the TradeRx Report website located at traderxreport.com (“Website”).

This Cookie Policy describes how Texas A&M Law may use cookies and tracking technologies in association with the operation of the Website. This Cookie Policy covers the following topics:

  1. Cookies and Online Tracking Technologies
  2. How We Use Cookies and Tracking Technologies
  3. Your Choices: Managing Cookies
  4. How to Contact Us

To find out more about our approach to privacy please read our Privacy Notice https://www.traderxreport.com/privacy-policy/.

1. Cookies and Online Tracking Technologies

Web Browser Cookies

A web browser cookie is a small text file that is sent by a website to your computer or mobile device where it is stored by your web browser. Web browser cookies may store information such as your IP address or other identifier, your browser type, and information about the content you view and interact with on digital services. By storing such information, web browser cookies can remember your preferences and settings for online services and analyze how you use online services.

Tracking Technologies: Web Beacons/Gifs, Pixels, Page Tags, Script

Emails and mobile apps may contain small transparent image files or lines of code to record how you interact with them. This information is used to help website and app publishers better analyze and improve their services.

2. How We Use Cookies and Tracking Technologies

We may use cookies and tracking technologies in association with the operation of the Website. These may include, for example, cookies which remember your preferences and settings; which remember information that you may enter online (so that it does not have to be re-entered every time you move to another page); or to keep you logged in to portals that we may offer where you wish this to happen.

We may also use cookies and tracking technologies for other purposes, such as the generation of aggregate statistics about how people use the Website; for error management and troubleshooting; to help you share content with others; to enable you to receive information about other products and services; and to improve your experience of the Website.

Performance cookies

We may use third-party analytics services (e.g., Google Analytics) to collect statistical information about how the Website is accessed and used. These analytics services involve the use of cookies that collect information such as your IP address or other identifiers, browser information, and information about the content you view and interact with to record how you use the Website.

Analytics services help us to know, for example, how many users we have, which parts of our sites are most popular, what browsers are used (so we can maximize compatibility), the country or region where our users are located, and the demographics and interests of our users. This enables us to better understand who is using the Website and to improve Website operation and how we present content on the Website. The cookies utilized by an analytics service may retain information for several years.

Functional cookies

These cookies enable us to provide enhanced functionality and personalisation. They may be set by us or by third party providers whose services we have added to our pages. If you do not allow these cookies then some or all of the Website may not function properly.

Advertising cookies

Certain features on the Website, for example embedded videos or podcasts, may be offered by or direct you to third parties when you use the feature. Third parties may obtain information about you when you use such features. The third parties’ use of your information, including their deployment of cookies and tracking technologies, is subject to the third party’s privacy policy—not ours.

3. Your Choices: Managing Cookies

If you wish, you can also choose how web browser cookies are handled by your device via your browser settings. Some devices allow you to control this through your device settings. If you choose not to receive cookies at any time, the Website and/or third-party services may not function properly and certain services will not be provided. Each browser and device is different, so check the settings menu of the browser or device to learn how to change your settings and cookie preferences.

You can find information on how to manage cookie settings on certain browsers via the following links:

4. How to Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about our use of cookies and other tracking technologies, please send us an email via our Contact Us page for the Data Protection Officer,  at  hbholland@law.tamu.edu or to hbholland@law.tamu.edu.