Omega Family Global, and our vendors, utilize common technologies for tracking purposes on our website properties which collect information about your device or computer. These may include, but are not limited to: tools for analytics, “Flash” cookies, browser cookies, or other technologies. These tools are used to investigate and prevent fraud, serve you with advertising which we believe will interest you, improve our websites, store your information if you register for our website, or greet our visitors and clients. To accomplish these tasks, we may observe your behavior on our or other websites and use your browsing history information.

The browser you use may provide you with the ability to reject or control various browser cookies, which are stored in your browser. You may be able to control, delete or block cookies through the settings in your browser. To learn more about disabling Flash cookies, which are local shared objects that are stored outside of your browser, please visit Blocking cookies on your browser may prevent certain website features from functioning correctly.

In order to show you useful advertising on our websites and those of other companies, we may work with online advertising companies which employ online behavioral advertising. Our ads may be shown to you based on information obtained by us or other parties, or by your actions on our or other websites. In the online behavioral advertising process, some companies which participate may have information which identifies you.

In some cases, our website may cause the transmission of your social network cookies and the page of our website you are visiting to the social networks to which you belong. The social networks to which you belong may be able to track your browsing history, depending on their policies, regardless of whether you clicked a widget or were aware of any tracking widgets. To learn more about how your data is shared with your social networks, please consult the  documentation and privacy policies of the social networks in which you participate.

To learn more about limiting online behavioral advertising please visit