Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies
Last updated: March 6, 2023
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that can be stored on your device when you access our site and is then sent back to us each time you visit our site. Cookies are useful because they allow us to recognize your device and your preferences.
We use essential cookies for the following purposes:
- Site language—We have many sites across the world, and we use a cookie to make sure you see our site in a language commonly used in your country.
We use non-essential cookies for the following purposes:
How do I manage cookies?
Most browsers allow you to choose whether to accept cookies through your browser settings. You can find instructions to manage cookies from several major browsers below:
- Safari on Mac and Safari on mobile devices. Safari's default features block tracking cookies. If you would like to confirm that your browser is configured to block tracking cookies. please refer to the Safari User Guide.
- Firefox. Firefox's default features block tracking cookies. If you would like to confirm that your browser is configured to block tracking cookies, please visit the linked Firefox "Protect Your Privacy" page.
You can also control how participating third-party ad companies use the information that they collect about your visits to our sites and those of third parties. If you are in the U.S, you can obtain more information and opt out of receiving targeted ads from participating third-party ad networks from the Network Advertising Initiative at https://optout.networkadvertising.org/ and from the Digital Advertising Alliance or DAA at aboutads.info/choices.
Some of our products and services depend on cookies. If you disable these essential cookies through your browser, you may not be able to use a specific product, service, or feature of that product or service, and you may have to provide us with information that cookies would otherwise remember, including information about your identity and preferences.
California residents have the right to opt-out of the "sale" or "sharing" of their personal information, as both terms are defined by California Law. For more information on how Morningstar "sells" or "shares" personal information under California law, please visit our Americas Privacy Statement.
How we revise this statement
Our business frequently changes, and we may need to update this policy to reflect those changes. When we make changes to this policy, we’ll revise the “last updated” date at the top of this page.
If you would like to learn more about the personal information we collect and use, please visit our Privacy Statements, contact us at email@example.com, or write us at the following address:
22 W. Washington St.
Chicago, IL 60602
Attn: Chief Privacy Officer