1. Cookies and Similar Technologies
A “cookie” is a small text file that is sent from a web server to the browser of your computer or mobile device (collectively, “Device”) and stored on the Device’s hard disk drive when you visit a website.
Cookies are generally divided into two broad categories: “1st Party Cookies” and “3rd Party Cookies.”
1st Party Cookies are created by FRANCE BED.
These cookies are mostly created in order to take advantage of the features offered on the FRANCE BED website.
On the other hand, 3rd Party Cookies are not created by FRANCE BED, rather they are created by third parties with whom FRANCE BED has partnered.
For example, some 3rd Party Cookies may be created by an advertising distribution service provider affiliated with FRANCE BED to track your browsing activity so that it can place relevant online advertisements in the appropriate places.
(1) Cookies, described above, are a technology generally designed to automatically identify your Device when you browse the Internet or use certain web services, and to allow you to use the services as a continuation of your previous visit without having to repeatedly enter the same information.
Today, they are used to track your browsing activity and to display appropriate advertisements on your browser’s display screen.
The following tools are mainly used for this analysis, but the above information may also be provided to the tool providers and used to deliver advertisements to you.
Tool provided by: Google Inc.
Information collected through the tool: your use of the website (access status, traffic, routing, etc.)
(3) By accessing the FRANCE BED website, you will be sent 3rd Party Cookies by advertising distribution service providers as described in the following article.
The 1st Party Cookies sent by FRANCE BED will be stored together with the 3rd Party Cookies sent by each of the advertising distribution service providers on the servers of the respective providers and will be handled in accordance with the privacy policies of the respective providers.
Please refer to the following article for information on how to unsubscribe from behavioral targeting advertising.
3. How to Decline Cookies and Similar Technologies
(1) How to decline all cookies
Cookies on your Device remain on your Device until you delete them yourself or they expire after a certain period of time.Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default, but you can disable cookies by changing your browser settings.However, please note that if cookies are disabled, some website features may become unavailable or some pages may not display properly.
Please refer to the following links for information on commonly used browsers and how to change cookie settings.
(2) How to decline certain cookies
Methods to cease the provision of information to the tools described in the paragraph (2) of the preceding article are described in the respective links provided below.However, please note that if you delete all such cookie information, you may be restricted in utilizing the products and services provided by the respective companies.
|Main tool provider
|How to cease information from being sent
Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on
With regard to the behavioral targeting advertising described in the paragraph (3) of the preceding article, links of the major advertising distribution service providers listed below provide information on how to unsubscribe.However, please note that if you delete all such cookie information, you may be restricted in utilizing the products and services provided by the respective companies.In the case of Facebook Japan K.K., one of the major advertising distribution service providers listed below, if you are a registered user of Facebook Japan K.K., your website browsing history will be managed in a way that is linked to your registration information.
|Major advertising distribution service providers
|Privacy (Cookie) Policy
|How to cease information from being sent
Disabling behaviorally targeted advertising
|Amazon Japan G.K.
Amazon Advertising Preferences
|Google Japan G.K. and
the Google Network
Block certain ads
|Meta Platforms, Inc.
|Protecting privacy and security
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