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We and our partners display interest-based advertising using information gathered about you over time across multiple websites, devices, or other platforms. This might include apps.

Interest-based advertising or online behavioral advertising includes ads served to you after you leave a website, encouraging you to return. These ads may be served after you leave our website, or after you leave the websites of third parties. They also include ads we and our partners think are relevant based on your browsing habits or online activities. These ads might be served on websites. We might serve these ads, or third parties may serve ads. They might be about our products or other companies products.

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To decide what is relevant to you, we and our partners use information you make available when you interact with us, our affiliates, and other third parties. This information is gathered using the tracking tools described above. For example, we or our partners might look at your purchases or browsing behaviors. We and our partners might look at these activities on our platforms or the platforms of others.

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Why is this feature enabled by default?

Will all acceptable ads be unblocked?

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How can I see what you are allowing?

How can I get my website whitelisted?

Do Adblock Plus users really want this feature?

This page is under review as management of the Acceptable Ads initiative has been transferred to the independentAcceptable Ads Committee.

Adblock Plus is a tool that lets users blockads. Since ads fuel a lot of the content we enjoy for free online, finding common ground seemed to make sense. We asked our users about this and they overwhelmingly agreed.

So starting in 2011, in consultation withour users, we decided to propose a compromise. Because we share a vision with the majority of our users that not all ads are equally annoying, the Acceptable Ads initiative was created. It allows advertisers and publishers who have agreed to make ads that abide by user-generated criteria to be whitelisted. Users can support this less extreme version of ad blocking by allowing the Acceptable Ads option to remain enabled. To browse completely ad-free, users candisable the option.

The Acceptable Ads initiative is beneficial because it encourages the ad industry to pursue less intrusive ad formats, thus having a positive impact on the Internet as a whole. It also provides us with aviable source of revenue, paid only by larger participants in the Acceptable Ads initiative, which we need in order to be able to administer and maintain the program and continue development of a free product.

We believe that this initiative is a sustainable middle ground between the users choice to use ad blockers and the continued need to support free online content with advertisements. In general, an Acceptable Ad is a non-animated ad, clearly labeled as such, that does not interrupt reading flow. It is important to note that these criteria try to reflect the ongoing discussions between our users, publishers, advertisers and us. Aspreviously announced, in 2017 eyeo / Adblock Plus transferred management of the Acceptable Ads initiative to an independent group of people, theAcceptable Ads Committee.

To ensure transparency and fairness, the following rules have and will always apply to everyone without exceptions:

Participants cannot pay to avoid the criteria.

Every ad has to comply with the criteria.

For transparency reasons, we add all Acceptable Ads to our forum to provide our community with the opportunity to submit feedback. We greatly value feedback and read all comments.

Adblock Plus users are valuable to us and we listen to them. If, for valid reasons, any Acceptable Ads proposal is rejected by our community, the ad(s) will be removed from our whitelist.

We are able to keep our open source product freeby charging large entities a feefor whitelisting services. For the other roughly 90 percent of our partners, these services are offered free of charge.

Do you think this is a good idea? Show your support by signing ourAcceptable Ads Manifesto.

Ads that shall be treated as Acceptable Ads have to comply with the following criteria:

Ads must not disrupt the users natural reading flow. Such ads must be placed on top, side or below the Primary Content1.

Ads should always be recognizable as ads, and distinguishable from all other content (e.g. are not hiding the label, are not misleading users into thinking an ad is part of the primary content). Ads should be clearly marked with the word advertisement or its equivalent.

Individual ad-size requirements depend on the placement of the ad:

When placed above the primary content, the maximum height of an ad should be 200px.

When placed on the side of the primary content, the maximum width of an ad should be 350px.

When placed below the primary content, the maximum height of an ad should be 400px.

Ads must always leave sufficient space for the Primary Content on the common screen size of 1366x7682for desktop, 360x6403for mobile devices and 768x10244for tablets.

All ads that are placed above the fold (the portion of the web page visible in the browser window when the page first loads under the common screen size), must not occupy in total more than 15 percent of the visible portion of the web page. If placed below the fold, ads must not occupy in total more than 25 percent of the visible portion of the webpage.

Text ads designed with excessive use of colors and/or other elements to grab attention are not permitted.

Static image ads may qualify as acceptable, according to an evaluation of their unobtrusiveness based on their integration on the webpage.

For ads in lists and feeds, the general criteria differ depending on:

Ads are permitted in between entries and feeds.

In-feed ads are permitted to take up more space, as long as they are not substantially larger than other elements in the list or feed.

For search ads – ads displayed following a user-initiated search query – the criteria differ depending on:

Only text ads are allowed. For webpages without any primary content (e.g. error or parking pages), the criteria differ depending on:

Are your ads displayed on alternative screens, or are you convinced that you have an innovative Acceptable Ads format which doesnt fit the ads outlined above?Let us know!

1The Primary Content is defined as (based onMozillas descriptionof the main HTML element): The Primary Content consists of content that is directly related to, or expands upon the central topic of a document or the central functionality of an application. This content should be unique to the document, excluding any content that is repeated across a set of documents such as sidebars, navigation links, copyright information, site logos, and search forms (unless, of course, the documents main function is a search form).

2The common screen size for desktop is 1366×768, based on data fromStatCounter.

3The common screen size for mobile is 360×640, based on data fromStatCounter.

4The common screen size for tablets is 768×1024, based on data fromStatCounter.

Acceptable Ads without third-party tracking are ads that comply with theAcceptable Ads criteriaand that do not allow third-party entities to track any of your browsing behavior. These are ads that comply withDo Not Track, and/or ads which are served by the domain which is wholly owned by the same company.

The following types of ads are currently unacceptable*, and cannot be considered for inclusion on the whitelist:

Ads that visibly load new ads if the Primary Content does not change

Ads with excessive or non user-initiated hover effects

Rich media ads (e.g. Flash ads, Shockwave ads, etc.)

*Except when the user intentionally interacts with the ad (e.g. clicks on the ad to see a video ad playing).

Unfortunately, this is the only way to accomplish the goals described above. If the majority of Adblock Plus users have this function activated, advertisers will have the incentive to produce better ads.

No problem, you can disable this feature at any time:

Chrome, Firefox (ABP version 3), Maxthon, Opera, Safari- Click the Adblock Plus icon and selectOptions. UncheckAllow some nonintrusive advertising(Firefox: Allow Acceptable Ads).

Firefox (ABP versions 1 and 2)- Click the Adblock Plus icon and selectFilter preferences. UncheckAllow some nonintrusive advertising.

Internet Explorer- Click the Adblock Plus icon and selectSettings. UncheckAllow some nonintrusive advertising.

Adblock Browser for Android- Open Settings, tapAd blocking Configure Acceptable Adsand uncheckAllow some nonintrusive advertising.

Adblock Browser for iOS- Open Settings, tapAdblock Plus Acceptable Adsand uncheckAllow some nonintrusive ads.

Adblock Plus for iOS- Open Adblock Plus for iOS from the Home screen, tap theSettingsicon Acceptable Adsand uncheckAllow some nonintrusive ads.

No. Unfortunately, it isnt technically possible to recognize ads that meet our Acceptable Ads criteria automatically. We haveagreementswith some websites and advertisers which stipulate that only advertising matching our criteria will be displayed when Adblock Plus users visit these particular sites. These ads will be unblocked (i.e. added to the Acceptable Ads exception list which is enabled per default). No applicant will be favored or treated differently, and no one can buy their way onto the whitelist.Everyone must complywith the criteria and everyone goes through the same process before the ads qualify as acceptable.

Pleasereport it. If an advertiser abuses its placement on the exception list, we can always remove it from the list.

TheAllow nonintrusive advertisingcheckbox simply adds one more filter subscription to your list. You can view the filtershere. Also, the special treatment of this filter subscription – which was added for reasons of usability – can be disabled by going to about:config and changing theextensions.adblockplus.subscriptions_exceptionscheckboxpreference to false. This will allow you to view the filters for this subscription as usual.

Do you have questions or suggestions concerning this list? Feel free to get in touch with the communityin our forumor contact us directlyvia email.

The process of getting your ads whitelisted takes about 10 working days once the ads adhere to the Acceptable Ads criteria:

If your website has ads that comply with theAcceptable Ads criteria, simply fill outthis form.

Someone fromEyeo, the company behind Adblock Plus, will contact you to determine the exact ads, and check whether they comply with our criteria.

After you have made any necessary changes, both sides sign anagreement.

We submit the whitelisting proposalin the forumand the ads are whitelisted at the same time. The topic will stay open in order for the community to declare concerns if or when the candidate does not meet the requirements.

Do Adblock Plus users really want this feature?

Theresults of our user surveysay yes. According to the survey, only 25 percent of Adblock Plus users are strictly against all advertising. They can disable the feature and browse completely ad-free. The other 75 percent replied that they would accept some advertising to help support websites.

We receive some donations from our users, but our main source of revenue comes as part of the Acceptable Ads initiative. Larger entities (as defined below) pay a licensing fee for the whitelisting services requested and provided to them (around 90 percent of the licences are granted for free). It should be noted that the Acceptable Ads criteria must be met independent of the consideration for payments. If the criteria are not met, whitelisting is impossible.

Regarding fees, only large entities (those with more than 10 million additional ad impressions per month due to participation in the Acceptable Ads initiative) have to pay. For these entities, our licensing fee normally represents 30 percent of the additional revenue created by whitelisting its acceptable ads.

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Securing your personal information is a priority. Walmart engages in appropriate, reasonable and industry-standard security practices to help ensure that personal information is not subject to loss or unauthorized access, alteration, acquisition, use, modification, destruction or disclosure.

THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED, AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE REVIEW IT

Applicable to: Pharmacy, Specialty Pharmacy, Central Fill, Vision Center/Optical, Clinics, and Medication Therapy Management services for all Walmart and Sams Club stores.

We understand that your medical information is personal. We are committed to protecting your medical information. Walmart Inc. (Walmart and Sams Club) and its affiliated companies are required by law to maintain the privacy of your protected health information (PHI), to follow the terms of this Notice, and to give you this Notice of our legal duties and privacy practices concerning your health information. We must follow the terms of the current Notice. Effective Date: March 26, 2013 Revision Date: January 10, 2017.

1. For Treatment.We may use your PHI to dispense prescriptions, provide medical treatment/services, and/or provide medication therapy management services to you. We may disclose your PHI to treating physicians, providers, pharmacies, ophthalmic providers, and other persons who are involved in your healthcare treatment.

2. For Payment.We may use and disclose your PHI so that we can bill and collect payment from you, your insurance company, or a third party. This may include conducting insurance eligibility checks with state Medicaid, Medicare, or other health plans, determining enrollment status, and providing information to entities that help us submit bills and collect amounts owed.

3.For Health Care Operations.We may use and disclose your PHI for health care operations, which include activities necessary to provide health care services and ensure you receive quality customer service.

4. For Prescription Refill Reminders and Health-Related Products and Services.We may use or disclose your PHI to: (1) provide you with prescription refill reminders; (2) notify you of an expired prescription; (3) tell you about health-related products or services; (4) remind you about your annual eye or other exam; (5) recommend possible treatment alternatives that may be of interest to you; (6) tell you about other locations where you may order prescription products; (7) remind you about your clinic appointment; (8) provide you with information pertaining to your clinic appointment; and/or provide medication therapy management services to you.

5. Individuals Involved in Your Care or Payment for Your Care.We may disclose your PHI to a family member or friend who is involved in your medical care or payment for your care, provided you agree to this disclosure or we give you an opportunity to object to the disclosure. If you are unavailable or are unable to object, we will use our best judgment to decide whether this disclosure is in your best interest.

6. As Required by Law.We will disclose your PHI when required to do so by federal, state, or local law.

7. To Avert a Serious Threat to Health or Safety.We may use and disclose your PHI when necessary to prevent a serious threat to your health and safety or the health and safety of the public or another person. We may disclose your PHI for public health activities, such as those aimed at preventing or controlling disease, preventing injury, reporting reactions to medications or problems with products, recalling products, and reporting the abuse or neglect of children, elders and dependent adults. Any disclosure, however, would only be to someone able to help prevent the threat.

8.For Health Oversight Activities.We may disclose PHI to a health oversight agency for activities authorized by law. These oversight activities, which are necessary for the government to monitor the health care system, include audits, investigations, inspections and licensure.

9. For Lawsuits and Disputes.If you are involved in a lawsuit or dispute, we may disclose your PHI in response to a court or administrative order. We may also disclose your PHI in response to a subpoena, discovery request or other lawful process by someone else involved in the dispute, but only if efforts have been made to tell you about the request (which may include written notice) or to obtain an order protecting the information requested.

10. For Specialized Government Functions.We may disclose your PHI: (1) if you are a member of the armed forces, as required by military command authorities; (2) if you are an inmate or in custody, to a correctional institution or law enforcement official; (3) in response to a request from law enforcement, under certain conditions; (4) for national security reasons authorized by law; (5) to authorized federal officials to protect the President, other authorized persons or foreign heads of state

11. For Workers Compensation.We may disclose your PHI for workers compensation or similar programs.

12. For Organ and Tissue Donation.We may also disclose your PHI to organ procurement or similar organizations for purposes of donation or transplant.

13. For Coroners and Funeral Directors.Upon your death, we may release your PHI to a funeral home director, coroner, or medical examiner, consistent with applicable law to enable them to carry out their duties.

14. For Personal Representatives.We may disclose your PHI to a person legally authorized to act on your behalf, such as a parent, legal guardian, administrator or executor of your estate, or other individual authorized under applicable law.

15. For Marketing.With your authorization, we may use or disclose your PHI to our third-party agents, representatives, service providers and/or contractors to offer targeted marketing communications to you.

16. For Sale of PHI.We may not disclose your PHI to any other person in exchange for direct or indirect remuneration unless such disclosure is made to another covered entity for purposes of treatment or payment, or as otherwise authorized or required by state or federal law. In such instances, the remuneration we can receive for such disclosures may not exceed our reasonable costs for preparing or transmitting the PHI.

17. For Business Associates.We may share your PHI with certain business associates that perform services for us. We may disclose your PHI to a business associate so that the business associate can perform the job we have asked it to do and bill you or your third-party payer for services rendered. Federal law requires us to enter into business associate contracts to safeguard your PHI as required by law and Walmart and Sams Club.

18. For Research Purposes.We may share your PHI for research purposes where the only remuneration received by the covered entity or business associate is a reasonable cost-based fee to cover the cost to prepare and transmit the PHI for such purposes.

19. For Proof of Immunization:We may disclose immunization records to a school about a child who is a student or prospective student of the school, as required by state or other law, if authorized by the parent/guardian, emancipated minor or other individual as applicable.

20. Incidental Disclosures at the Pharmacy Drive-Thru Window.In some store or club locations we offer a drive-thru pharmacy window. A conversation with the pharmacy might be overheard by someone in or near the pharmacy. If you would like additional privacy, we suggest you conduct any pharmacy transactions within the store or club

21. Limitations on Uses and Disclosures of Your Health Information. Except as described in this Notice, we will not use or disclose your PHI without your authorization. If you do give us authorization to use or disclose your PHI, you may cancel your authorization in writing at any time. If you cancel your authorization, this will stop any further use or disclosure for the purposes covered by your authorization, except where we have already acted on your permission. We must also follow any state law that is stricter than federal HIPAA regulations. In the event of a security breach involving your PHI, a notice will be provided to you. Information about these laws is available onor upon request at your local store or club.

1.You may request restrictions on the use or disclosure of your PHI for treatment, payment or health care operations, or when using or disclosing your PHI to someone who is involved in your care or the payment for your care, like a family member or friend. We are not required to agree to your request. If we agree, we will comply with your request except in certain emergency situations or as required by law.

2.You may request restrictions on certain disclosure of your PHI to your health plan for purposes of carrying out payment or health care operations regarding services paid for in full (out of pocket).

3.You may inspect and receive a paper or electronic copy of your medical records, if readily producible. Usually, this includes prescription and billing records. We may charge you for the costs of responding to your request. We may deny your request, in which case, you may request the denial be reviewed.

4.You may request we amend your PHI if it is incorrect or incomplete. You must provide a reason that supports your request. We may deny your request if the PHI is accurate and complete, or is not part of the PHI kept by or for Walmart or Sams Club. If we deny your request, you have the right to submit a statement of disagreement regarding any item in your record you believe is incomplete or incorrect. Your request will become part of your medical record. We will attach it to your records and include it when we make a disclosure of the item or statement you believe to be incomplete or incorrect.

5.You may request an accounting of disclosures of your PHI. This is a list of the disclosures made of your health information, other than for treatment, payment or health care operations, and other exceptions allowed by law. Your request must specify a time period, which may not be longer than six years and may not include dates before April 14, 2003.

6.You may request we contact you in a certain way or at a certain location. For example, you may request we contact you only at work or at a different residence or post office box. Your written request must state how or where you wish to be contacted. We will grant reasonable requests. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, contact the Walmart or Sams Club location that provided your services to get the appropriate form, or submit a written request to HIPAA Compliance, Walmart Inc., 702 SW 8th Street, Mailstop 0230, Bentonville, AR. 72716-0230. A paper copy of this Notice may be obtained from your Walmart, Sams Club, or Neighborhood Market upon request, or online at

We reserve the right to change this Notice. We reserve the right to make the revised or changed Notice effective for PHI we already have about you and any information we receive in the future. We will post a copy of the current Notice. If we change our Notice, you may obtain a copy of the revised Notice by visiting our website at upon request.

If you have questions about this Notice, contact HIPAA Compliance, Walmart Inc., 702 SW 8th St, Mailstop 0230, Bentonville, AR. 72716-0230 or phone (800) WAL-MART. If you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a written complaint, and there will be no retaliation, with the Health & Wellness HIPAA Compliance Officer at the above address, or with the Secretary of the Dept. of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights.

1. Be fully informed in advance about care/service to be provided, including the disciplines that furnish care and the frequency of visits, as well as any modifications to the plan of care;

2. Participate in the development and periodic revision of the plan of care;

3. Refuse care or treatment after the consequences of refusing care or treatment are fully presented;

4. Be informed, both orally and in writing, in advance of care being provided, of the charges, including payment for care/service expected from third parties and any charges for which the client/patient will be responsible;

5. Have ones property and person treated with respect, consideration and recognition of client/patient dignity and individuality;

6. Be able to identify visiting personnel members through proper identification;

7. Be free from mistreatment, neglect, or verbal, mental, sexual and physical abuse, including injuries of unknown source, and misappropriation of client/patient property;

8. Voice grievances/complaints regarding treatment or care, lack of respect of property or recommend changes in policy, personnel or care/service without restraint, interference, coercion, discrimination or reprisal;

9. Have grievances/complaints regarding treatment or care that is (or fails to be) furnished or lack of respect of property investigated;

10. Choose a health care provider, including choosing an attending physician;

11. Confidentiality and privacy of all information contained in the client/patient record and of Protected Health Information;

12. Be advised on agencys policies and procedures regarding the disclosure of clinical records;

13. Receive appropriate care without discrimination in accordance with physician or provider orders;

14. Be informed of any financial benefits when referred to an organization;

15. Be fully informed of ones responsibilities;

16. Receive information about the scope of services the organization will provide and specific limitations on those services.

1. To provide complete and accurate information concerning your present health, medication, allergies, etc., when appropriate to your care/service;

2. To be involved, as needed and as able, in developing, carrying out and modifying your home care service plan, such as properly cleaning and storing your equipment and supplies;

3. To properly clean and maintain equipment and supplies;

4. To contact us with any questions or problems concerning your equipment, supplies or service;

5. To notify your attending physician or provider when you feel ill;

6. To notify us prior to changing your place of residence or your telephone number;

7. To notify us when encountering any problem with equipment or service;

8. To notify us if your physician or other provider modifies or ceases your prescription;

9. To notify us of denial and/or restriction of our privacy policy.

III. Customer ConcernsYou May Contact Us at (800) WAL-MART. Within five days of receiving a complaint you will be contacted by telephone, email, fax or letter that we have received your complaint. Within 14 calendar days we will provide a written notification of the results of your inquiry and the resolution. You may call (800) WAL-MART if you have a concern regarding fraud and abuse or any treatment or services provided by our organization or you may contact Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) at (919)785-1214 or (855) 937-2242 if your complaint is not resolved. You can also call the Office of Inspector General at1-(800) 447-8477.

IV. Medicare DMEPOS Supplier StandardsThe products and/or services provided to you by Walmart Inc. are subject to the supplier standards contained in the Federal regulations shown at 42 Code of Federal Regulations Section 424.57(c). These standards concern business professional and operational matters (e.g. honoring warranties and hours of operation). The full text of these standards can be obtained at request we will furnish you a written copy of the standards.

V. Warranty InformationEvery product sold or rented by our company carries a one-year manufacturers warranty. We will notify all Medicare beneficiaries of the warranty coverage, honor all warranties under applicable law, repair or replace, free of charge, Medicare-covered equipment under warranty. In addition, an owners manual with warranty information will be provided to beneficiaries for all durable medical equipment when this manual is available.

Walmart makes a variety of financial products and services available to its customers.The Walmart Privacy PolicyandWalmart Financial Services Privacy Noticedescribe how we collect, use, disclose, and protect your information related to check cashing services, which we provide directly. All other financial products and services that we offer are provided by our financial services suppliers. Information collected by Walmart for these services is covered by theWalmart Privacy Policy. Information collected by our financial services providers is covered by their own privacy policies, which are available at these links:

Credit Cards offered throughSynchrony Bank

Money Transfers, Money Orders, and Express Bill Pay offered throughMoneyGram

Walmart 2 Walmart Money Transfers offered throughRIA

Money Card offered throughGreen Dot

Reloadable Prepaid Visa Cards and RushCard Live Reloadable Prepaid Cards offered by Green Dot, netSpend Visa Prepaid Debit Card offered bynetSpend, and theMy Vanilla Reloadable Prepaid Cardoffered by Bancorp

Bill Payment offered throughCheckFreePay

Bluebird by American ExpressandAmerican Express Serve

Payroll Card offered by Money Network

This Privacy Notice applies to Mobile Device Retail Installment Sale Agreements for mobile phones and devices initiated by Walmart on behalf of carriers such as AT&T and Verizon. The Privacy Notice is provided to customers at the time of sale, and is made available on this page for future reference. For additional information regarding the collection, use, disclosure and protection of your information in the course of your sales transaction, please refer to theWalmart Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Notice applies to Mobile Device Retail Installment Sale Agreements for mobile phones and devices initiated by Sams Club on behalf of carriers such as AT&T and Verizon. The Privacy Notice is provided to members at the time of sale, and is made available on this page for future reference. For additional information regarding the collection, use, disclosure and protection of your information in the course of your sales transaction, please refer to theSams Club Privacy Policy

Sams Club Installment Privacy Notice

Walmart uses electronic product code (EPC) labels in its U.S. stores and in select international markets to make sure the products you want are available when you need them. An EPC label is a lot like a bar code. It contains information about a product and assigns a unique number to each item, allowing retailers to distinguish one item from another.

We use EPC to help improve our inventory in our stores. We want to make sure the right products are on the shelves when you need them, and this technology gives us an accurate count of what is in stock in a matter of seconds. For example, in our apparel department, we use EPC to ensure we have the right styles, sizes and colors on the shelves when you want them.

Because we can manage our inventory more efficiently, EPC helps Walmart maintain our price advantage and fulfill our mission to help people save money so they can live better.

EPC is the next generation of bar codes and works through the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) a technology that has been around since the 1940s. If you have a remote keyless entry device for your car or a toll way tag, youre already using RFID.

EPC labels used in retail are passive, which means they dont emit any signal on their own. The labels contain nothing more than a unique number to identify the merchandise. We use special readers that prompt the label to send its electronic product code back to the reader. Additionally, we dont have to see the labels in order to read them as we do with bar codes. This means we can count thousands of items in seconds and know which products are out of stock.

The EPC label is typically part of the product packaging or on the price tag. Its easy to find products that use this technology. Just look for the EPC symbol.

Walmart is committed to protecting your privacy. EPC labels do not contain, collect or link to any personal information. We do not track labels after merchandise is purchased and leaves the store. After purchasing a product, you can discard the EPC label simply by removing the packaging or tag, or you can destroy the label by cutting it in half.

Walmart is a charter member ofEPCglobal, an organization that champions the highest standards for the use of EPC. We have asked our suppliers to clearly display the EPCglobal symbol on every item that contains an EPC label.

If you have questions, pleasecontact us.

Walmart uses how you browse and shop to show you ads that are more relevant to you. For more information on how we use and share information, please see ourPrivacy Policy.

Some websites where we advertise belong to ad networks that use your web browsing history to choose which ads to display on their network websites; these ads include advertising for Walmart. Walmart only advertises with networks that are members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI). Other websites where you see our ads, such as Facebook, may use interest preferences that you have chosen on those sites, as well as registration and other information about you, to choose which ads to display to you.

To opt out of interest-based advertising from Walmart, use the following mechanisms

Opt out using Network Advertising Initiative (NAI).

To opt out of interest-based advertising on our websites or on other websites that are part of NAI networks, clickhere

. You can choose to opt out of specific or

To opt out as broadly as possible from interest-based advertising, use the Choose All Companies feature. This will stop all interest based advertising from currently participating NAI companies.

Visit the NAIs website to learn more about options related to interest-based advertising

Opt out through website specific mechanisms

. Some websites, such as Facebook, offer their own opt out methods. Please refer to the website that you are visiting for additional information. Commonly used methods include clicking on the Ad Choices icon (please see

) or changing your preferences for advertising after you have logged into the website.

Some internet browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome) offer their own opt-outs for interest-based advertising. The ad networks and ad service providers we participate with may not recognize these opt-outs. To help ensure you do not receive Walmart interest-based advertising, follow the instructions above under (1) and (2).

Mobile devices offer their own opt-outs for interest-based advertising. Please refer to your device settings and instructions for additional information.

If you choose to opt out of interest-based advertising, you will continue to see ads on our websites and other sites, but they will not be based on how you browse or shop at Walmart.

To successfully opt out, you must have cookies enabled in your web browser (see your browsers instructions for information on cookies and how to enable them).

Opting out only applies to your current web browser on your current computer. If you use multiple computers or multiple web browsers, you must opt out on each one.

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