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Understanding Cookies

Cookies, small files managed by your browser and placed on your device, were created to help websites remember information and enable the proper functioning of our sites or services. Cookies play a crucial role in identifying your device, facilitating content sharing, and aiding in the delivery of relevant advertisements.


How We Utilize Cookies

Cookies and additional tracking technologies, such as browser cookies, pixels, beacons, mobile application identifiers, and Adobe Flash technology, may be employed by us or our third-party service providers. These tools assist in identifying you across various sites and services, enhancing your user experience, bolstering security, gauging the usage and effectiveness of our services, and facilitating advertising. Your continued use of our sites or services implies your consent to the utilization of cookies and similar technologies for the purposes outlined in this policy.


Cookie Application

Cookies are applied on our sites and services, including applications. When these sites are accessed via any browser, cookies from us are received. Additionally, we may deploy cookies to your browser when you visit non-Judigo Legal sites hosting our plugins.


Types of Cookies We Employ

We utilize two main types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. Persistent cookies identify you as a user and remain in your browser after signing in, providing recognition upon your return. Session cookies, on the other hand, last only for the duration of the session, typically the current visit to a site or a browser session. We also employ Google Analytics Display Advertising, incorporating the Demographics and Interest Reporting feature for online advertising, ad sales, and content development. Additionally, Adobe Flash, with cookie-like functionality, may be used to store information on your device in a file outside your browser.


Utilizing Cookies for Advertising

The combination of cookies with ad technology, including web beacons, pixels, and anonymous ad network tags, enhances the effective delivery of relevant ads. These tools also facilitate aggregated auditing, research, and reporting for advertisers. Invisible tags (pixels) on our websites aid in understanding and improving our service, displaying ads, and tracking when content has been presented to you. It’s important to note that, due to the inclusion of advertisements on our pages, your web browser may directly request ads and web beacons from ad network servers, allowing these networks to view, edit, or set their own cookies as if you had visited their site.


You Can Manage Cookies

Take control of your cookie preferences by configuring your browser to alert you to any attempts to place cookies on your computer or by restricting the types of cookies permitted. Keep in mind that limiting our sites and services from setting cookies might affect your overall user experience, removing personalization, and preventing the saving of customized settings like login information. Be aware that companies delivering advertisements on our sites may also use cookies or other technologies, governed by their own policies. For targeted advertising opt-outs on your browser and device settings, access the “Manage Preferences” or “Your Privacy Choices” link in the website footer related to your opt-out request. Alternatively, exercise your targeted advertising opt-out right by enabling an opt-out preference signal within your device or internet browser’s security or privacy settings (if available). Our website will respect these signals and adhere to your preferences, unless exceptions apply. Opting out of Google Analytics for Display Advertising and customizing Google’s Display Network ads is possible through Google’s Ad Settings. Utilize the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on to opt-out of Google Analytics. Note that not all browsers support the removal of Adobe Flash “cookies” (also known as “locally stored objects” or “LSOs”). Manage or block Adobe Flash cookies/LSOs through the Adobe website. If you wish to avoid being targeted by specific third-party advertising companies online, visit the Network Advertising Initiative, Adobe, and/or Digital Advertising Alliance.


For a comprehensive understanding of cookies, including viewing, managing, and deleting them, explore www.allaboutcookies.org or www.aboutcookies.org.