It is important to note that sharing personal information with service providers who provide goods and services or perform other business functions on our behalf is not a “sale.” For purposes of this Privacy Center, a “service provider” is not a “third party.” It is also not a “sale” if a consumer directs us to share personal information with a third party or otherwise intentionally interacts with a third party via one of our websites, apps, or games.
The Flow of Your Information & Your Choices
As you navigate the Internet, you generate data. This data helps us create better, more personalized products and services. It also helps us customize offers tailored to your interests. Sometimes we work with third parties to provide these offerings. Use the information and links below to take control of how your data is shared.
Your interactions with our sites, mobile apps and games may be collected via a cookie or other similar technology
For each of our sites, mobile apps, and games, you can stop the sharing of personal information with third parties (subject to certain exceptions) by using the opt-out mechanism in the “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link in the footer of our sites or in the settings of our mobile apps and games. This will stop data sharing with third parties for that site, mobile app, or game.
You can make additional choices about these technologies.
We may have stored information about you on our systems that may be shared with third parties
Let us know that you don’t want us to share this data with third parties any longer by submitting a request. We’ll ask you to provide an email address. Then we will search our systems to make sure you’re excluded from third-party data sharing based on that email address.
Some information may be shared with third parties to deliver ads tailored to your interests based on your online activity
You can also opt-out of seeing tailored digital ads collected through third party tracking technologies. For more information, please visit the Network Advertising Initiative and/or the DAA Self-Regulatory Program for Online Behavioral Advertising.