PrivacyRules Cookies Policy - Effective June 26, 2018.
Cookies are small text files sent by a website and stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. PrivacyRules uses such files to recognise its users once logged in and to understand their use of PrivacyRules’ website and our digital platforms (the "Website").
Types of Cookies
There are many types of cookies that can be classified on the basis of their source, functions, and lifetime that can be used in our Website.
The most typical cookies are stored on the Website. Some are stored by a website different from this Website. PrivacyRules does not control the collection or further use of data gained through these cookies.
We use two categories of cookies:
- Strictly necessary cookies are cookies that are necessary to guarantee the technical operation of a website. These cookies enable users to navigate and use the website.
- Performance cookies are cookies that collect data on a website’s performance (e.g. number of visitors, time spent on the website and error messages).
Cookies may be temporary, when their lifetime finishes with the end of the users' browsing, or permanent when they remain on your device until you or your browser delete them.
Cookies used on our Website are:
- Google Analytics:
- Cookies that collect information about users. These cookies help to make reports and analysis for Website improvement. They collect anonymous information such as the number of visitors, how they reached our Website, and which pages they viewed.
- To opt-out from these cookies and their tracking activity, follow this page https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
- More information on Google's cookies is available here https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookies-user-id
- Alternate Bio Cookie - origin
- This cookie permits the personalization of the website content on the bases of the user's details and history.
- Cookies Banner - useCookies
- This cookie is an indicator of whether a user has consented to our Cookies’ Policy via the Cookies Banner.
- RubyLaw Analytics
- This cookie may indicate the URLs visited on the site by the end user, as well as the pages and titles of the pages visited. They also track visitors using 1st party cookies, set on the domain of a website.
In case you want to cancel cookies that are already on your computer, please refer to the instructions for your file management software to locate the file or directory that stores cookies. They are accessible through different types of browsers. Search in your cookie folders for 'PrivacyRules' to find our cookies and the Google Analytics cookie if you wish to delete them. You may find more information on how to block or delete cookies at AboutCookies.org.
Some third-party cookies may be set through services appearing on our pages. Such cookies are not in our control but are under the control of that specific operator.
As referenced above, not all cookies are set by PrivacyRules because some cookies may be set through third-party services appearing on our pages. Third-party cookies belong to third-party website domains that are different to the one shown in the address bar. You may find contents from third-party domains also on our website or vice-versa. These third-party sites may also set cookies on your device through our website.
Please remember such cookies are not in our control but are under the control of that specific operator.
Some advertising networks may ask for your consent to send you customized communications. This does not affect the installation of cookies but only the use of certain data by the advertisers affiliated with that network. Not all third parties are part of such networks, so you may continue to receive the cookies of the non-affiliated parties. If you need more information on third-party advertising-related cookies and how to opt-out of them, please visit the following websites:
- http://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2#!/ (English only)
- http://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1#!/ (English only)
What to do with cookies
There are many browsers that describe how to stop receiving cookies, how to ask to be notified about new cookies and how to enable cookies. Every internet browser contains this possibility. You can usually find these procedures on a specific browser by clicking the “help” button in the browser's menu or by visiting www.allaboutcookies.org
Remember that without cookies you may not be able to take full advantage of all our Website features.