Monticello Casino & Raceway values your privacy. We do not sell names, addresses, e-mail, or other personal information. If you do subscribe to receive e-mail messages from us and later change your mind, simply follow the unsubscribe instructions at the bottom of any email you receive from us.
Information That is Passively or Automatically Collected
We, and our third party service providers, advertisers, advertising networks and platforms, agencies, and distribution or other partners (henceforth referred to as “Partners”) may use automated means to collect various types of information about you, your computer or other device used to access our services. A representative, non-exhaustive list of the types of automatically collected information may include: network or internet protocol address and type of browser you are using (e.g., Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer), the type of operating system you are using, (e.g., Microsoft Windows or Mac OS), the name of your internet service provider (e.g., Comcast, Verizon or AT&T) and domains used by such providers, mobile network, device identifiers (such as an Apple IDFA or an Android Advertising ID), device settings, browser settings, the web pages of the website you have visited, websites visited before and after you visit a website, the type of handheld or mobile device used to view the website (e.g., iOS, Android), location information, and the content and advertisements you have accessed, seen, forwarded and/or clicked on.
By visiting the website, whether as a registered user or otherwise, you acknowledge, and agree that you are giving us your consent to track your activities and your use of the website through the technologies described above, as well as similar technologies developed in the future, and that we may use such tracking technologies in the emails we send to you.
Our Partners may set and access their own tracking technologies when you visit our website and they may have access to information about you and your online activities over time and across different websites and applications. Tracking technologies used by other websites are not in our control and are subject to their own privacy policies.
Cookies and Other User-Targeting and Ad-Targeting Technologies
We may work with our Partners (for instance, third party ad platforms) to synchronize unique, anonymous identifiers (such as those associated with cookies) in order to match our Partners’ uniquely coded user identifiers to our own. We may do this, for instance, to enhance data points about a particular unique browser or device, and thus enable us or our Partners to send ads that are more relevant to you or match you to their likely product interests, or better synchronize, cap, or optimize advertising.
We and our partners may employ locally stored objects (“LSOs”) and other client side storage tracking technologies in certain situations where the LSOs help to provide a better user experience for you, such as remembering settings and preferences. LSOs are similar to browser cookies, which are used to help our Partners target ads, analyze ad performance, or perform user, website or market analytics.
We may work with certain third-party companies that use techniques other than HTTP cookies to recognize your computer or device and/or to collect and record information about your web surfing activity, including those integrated with our website.
Mobile Device Identifiers and SDKs
We also sometimes use, or partner with publishers, publisher-facing, or app developer platforms that use mobile Software Development Kits (“SDKs”). SDKs collect information, such as mobile identifiers (e.g., IDFAs and Android Advertising IDs on how mobile devices interact with and use our website). SDKs are similar to cookies or web beacons on mobile devices. We may use SDKs to deliver or help our Partners deliver to you certain advertising through mobile applications and browsers based on information associated with your mobile device.
Interest-Based Advertising and Opting Out
To learn more about Interest-Based Advertising please visit http://www.aboutads.info.
You may find more information about online advertising, opting out and additional choices you may make through the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) at the NAI Service, and the Digital Advertising Alliance (the “DAA”) at the DAA consumer choice Service. To learn more about opt out programs, please visit the opt out pages on the websites above.
Disabling Cookies and Removing LSOs
For LSOs utilized by Adobe Flash you can access Flash management tools from Adobe’s website. In addition, some, but not all browsers, provide the ability to remove LSOs, sometimes within cookie and privacy settings.
Please keep in mind that your web browser may not permit you to block the use of these techniques, and browser settings that block conventional cookies may have no effect on such techniques.
The tools at the links set forth above are provided by third parties. We do not control or operate these tools or the choices that advertisers and others provide through these tools.