Cookie and Tracking Tool Notice
This information supplements the Corel Privacy Statement.
Information Gathering Tools
Corel Corporation (“Corel”, “us”, and “we”) implements a number of industry standard information-gathering tools, such as cookies, LocalStorage, and web beacons, to collect information about your use and interaction with our websites (“Interaction Information”). As described more fully below, we and our partners use these tools to analyze trends, administer our websites, track users’ movements around our websites, serve targeted advertisements, and gather demographic information about our user base as a whole. This notice describes the types of Interaction Information collected our websites and how we may use it.
The table below describes the different types of cookies used by Corel on its websites and your options for managing your devices’ cookie settings:
|Type of Cookie||Description||Managing Settings|
|Required cookie||Required cookies enable you to
navigate Corel’s websites and use its features, such as enabling single
sign-on and Corel’s YourAccount functionality.
If you have chosen to identify yourself to Corel, we may place on your browser cookies containing an encrypted, unique identifier, which allows us to identify you when you are logged into our website and to process your online transactions and requests.
|Because required cookies are essential to operate Corel’s websites, you cannot opt out of these cookies.|
|Functionality cookie||Functionality cookies enable our
websites to remember information you have entered or selections you have made
(such as your email or your country) and provide enhanced, more personal
Functionality cookies may also be used to improve how our websites function and perform, to enhance and customize your interactions with the Company, and to help us provide you with more relevant messages, including marketing communications. These cookies collect information about how visitors use our websites, including which pages visitors go to most often and if they receive error messages from certain pages.
Corel may use its own technology or third parties to analyze trends, administer our websites, track users’ movements around our websites, and to gather demographic information about our user base as a whole. We also use these providers for re-targeting: we and our service providers gather the information about your activities on website and other sites in order to provide you advertising based upon your browsing activities and interests.
Corel and our third-party partners may also utilize HTML5 local storage or flash cookies for these purposes. Flash cookies and HTML5 local storage are different from browser cookies because of the amount of data, type of data, and means of storage of data. We also use flash cookies, to store your preferences or display content based upon what you view on our website to personalize your visit.
|To learn more about how to control cookies using your
browser settings click
To learn how to manage privacy and storage settings for flash cookies click here.
third parties to show you ads for Corel products and services that we think
may interest you on any devices you may use and to track the performance of these
ads. These cookies remember information such as which browsers have
visited our websites. The information provided to third parties does not
include personal information, but this information may be re-associated with
personal information after Corel receives it.
use Google AdWords & Google Remarketing-related cookies to allow users
who have already visited our Sites and are interested in our Products to be
addressed again through targeted advertising on the pages of the Google
by visiting https://www.google.de/settings/ads. Both services are subject to the
We use Bing Ads cookies, which enable Microsoft to track your usage across multiple devices in order to display personalized advertising on or in Microsoft Web pages and apps. You can disable this behavior at http://choice.microsoft.com/de-de/opt-out. For more information about Bing's analytics services, visit Bing Ads (https://help.bingads.microsoft.com/#apex/3/de/53056/2).
To learn more about these and other advertising networks and your ability to opt out of collection by certain third party, please visit the opt-out pages of the Network Advertising Initiative, here, and the Digital Advertising Alliance, here.
To learn how to manage privacy and storage settings for flash cookies click here. Various browsers may offer their own management tools for removing HTML5 local storage.
Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager
Corel uses web beacons alone or with cookies to gather information about how our customers and visitors use our websites and interact with emails from us. Web beacons are clear electronic images that can recognize certain types of information on your computer, such as cookies, when you viewed a particular website tied to the web beacon, and a description of a website tied to the web beacon. For example, Corel may place web beacons in marketing emails so that we are notified when you click on a link in the email that directs you to one of our websites. Web beacons help Corel to operate and improve the content of our websites and email communications.
Log Files, IP Addresses, URLs and Other Data
Like most websites, we gather Interaction Information automatically to analyze cumulative trends and to administer our websites. This information may include your Internet Protocol (IP) address (or the proxy server you use to access the web), device and application identification numbers, your location, your browser type, your internet service provider and/or mobile carrier, the pages and files you viewed, your searches, your operating system and system configuration information, and date/time stamps associated with your usage. Due to internet communications standards, when you visit or use our websites, we automatically receive the URL of the website you came from and the website you go to when you leave our website. This information is used to analyze overall trends, to help us improve our websites, and to track and aggregate non-personal information. For example, Salesforce uses IP addresses to monitor the regions our customers and visitors are located in when they visit our websites.
Last Updated: May 2018