Last Updated: June 4, 2018
WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a small data file that is placed onto your computer or any other device that you use to access our sites and services, and is generally used for authentication, tracking, and serving relevant ads to you.
Every cookie expires after a certain period of time, but that period varies depending on what the cookie is used for and how your browser is configured.
You can remove or disable cookies through your browser settings.
Please keep in mind that cookies may be required for certain functionalities, and by blocking these cookies, you may limit your access to certain features of our sites and services.
We use cookie on our sites and services to accomplish different purposes. Below is a list of the categories of cookies we use and what they are used for.
- Authentication and Security:
To authenticate your access to our sites and services, prevent unauthorised parties from accessing your account, and help us detect and fight spam, abuse and other activities that violate our Terms of Service.
These cookies store your preferences, so that they can be remembered the next time you use our sites and services, for a more customised experience.
We use third-party advertising partners, including Google, to serve ads on our behalf of our advertisers, which in turn allows us to provide many of our services free of charge.
To help us improve and understand how people use our services. We may use Google Analytics to assist us with this.
WHAT ARE MY PRIVACY OPTIONS?
- To control cookies, you can modify your settings in most web browsers to accept or deny cookies or to request your permission each time a site attempts to set a cookie. Some of our services may not work properly if you disable cookies entirely. For example, you cannot log into Lawyerment Account if you've disabled all cookie use.
- To control interest-based advertising from certain third-party advertising partners, you can learn more about opting out of receiving interest-based ads at optout.aboutads.info and www.networkadvertising.org/choices. If you are on the web, you can also opt out of Google Analytics by installing Google's opt-out browser add-on, and opt out of interest-based Google ads using Google's Ads Settings.