Updated July 15, 2019
What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is placed onto your device and that is managed by your browser. Cookies were designed for websites to remember information (such as items in a shopping cart) and enable our sites or services to function. For example, cookies enable us to identify your device and enable you to easily share content on our sites/platforms.
The Types of Cookies We Use
Our sites/platforms may use the following types of cookies:
- Strictly Necessary Cookies – These cookies are essential to enable you to browse our website, engage with our platform and use all available features of our sites/platforms.
- Performance Cookies – these cookies collect information about how you use our sites/platform. For instance, these cookies track the page you first engaged with our virtual legal assistant. This data may be used to help optimize our sites/platforms. These cookies do not collect information that identifies you; all information is aggregated and anonymous.
- Functionality Cookies – these cookies allow our sites/platform to remember choice you make while chatting, such as geographic location. The information collected by these cookies will not personally identify you.
How You Can Manage Cookies
You can set your browser to warn you about attempts to place cookies on your computer or limit the type of cookies you allow. However, if you limit the ability of our sites and services to set cookies, you may limit your overall user experience, since it will no longer be personalized to you. It may also stop you from saving customized settings.
Do Not Track
Various browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari, currently offer a “do not track” or “DNT” option that relies on a technology that sends a signal to websites a user visits about that user’s browser DNT preferences. Our Law Firm and our affiliates cannot guarantee that we / they will respond to such signals because a common industry standard for DNT has not been adopted.