2. Meanings of Cookies and Similar Technologies
A similar technology known as beacons (or pixels) are a technology used to transfer information from users' devices to a server. Beacons can be embedded in online content, such as moving and still images, or e-mails so that the server reads certain types of information from users’ devices, recognizes that users view specific content, or open or preview e-mails, and then records information such as the dates and times of such viewings or the IP addresses of the devices.
As described in Section 4. below, functionality associated with cookies and similar technologies can be disabled via users’ browser settings.
（1）Grasp on use and consideration for improving services
Dexerials may analyze information related to users' use of this website, using cookies and similar technologies, in order to improve this website and services offered to users, and use such analysis to consider how to improve the performance of the Company’s website and services. This website primarily uses the following tools for this analysis.
Tool provider：Google Inc.
Information to be collected：Users’ use of this website（access, traffic, routing, etc.）
Tool provider：HubSpot Japan KK
Information to be collected by tool：Use of this website（access, traffic, routing, etc.）
（2）Distribution of ads
The Company uses ad distribution services of ad distributors to distribute ads when users who have visited this website in the past visit certain pages. To that end, cookies and similar technologies are used to obtain information about users' browsing history on this website. The principal ad distribution services used by the Company are listed in Section 4. (2) below. For more information about how to disable ads, see Sections 4. (1) and (2).
（3）Improvement of usability
4. Method for disabling cookies and similar technologies
（1）Method for disabling all cookies
Cookies saved on a user’s device are retained on it until either the user deletes them intentionally or their respective prescribed expiration dates come. Although widespread browsers mostly accept cookies by default, users can disable this functionality by changing their browsers’ settings.
When cookies are disabled, this website's functionality (such as that referred to in Section 3. (3)) is not available in whole or in part, and some pages may not be displayed properly.
For more information about how to change cookie settings in each browser, see the following links.
（2）Method of disabling individual cookies
In order to disable Google Analytics, which is described in Section 3. (1) above, download Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on from the following linked page, which is provided by Google Inc., install the add-on, and then change your browser's add-on settings. Note that using this add-on may affect the use of products or services offered by Google Inc.
In order to disable ads referred to in Section 3. (2) above, access the following linked page that is provided by each ad distributor and disable cookie settings individually. Note that the following settings may affect use of products or services offered by respective companies.
Principal ad distributors
- Note:The links in the table below lead to external websites.
|Distributor||Privacy (cookie) policy||Method of disabling ads|
|Google Japan G.K. and
（3）Method of disabling beacons
Beacons contained in online content can be disabled by disabling cookies as described in Sections (1) and (2) above.
In some cases, beacons contained in e-mail newsletters and others can be disabled by blocking images contained in received e-mails from being downloaded. If your e-mail client does not provide such functionality, and you are unable to disable such beacons, unsubscribe to the e-mail newsletters and others you receive or block such e-mails.