Our Cookies Policy.

Thanks for visiting Juris’ Cookies Policy! This policy explains our use of cookies and other technologies we use to understand, improve, and protect Juris.


You should also read our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy, and Copyright & DMCA Policy. By using the services offered by Juris, you’re acknowledging that you have read, understood, and agreed to this Cookies Policy, as well as the Terms of Service, Privacy Policy, and Copyright & DMCA Policy.


We may change this policy


We want to be able to improve any flaws or fill any holes in this policy in the future, so we reserve the right to change this policy whenever. At the bottom of this agreement, we’ll post when the latest version was instituted, and will link to past versions of the agreement dating back to the very first one.


What are cookies?


Most major websites today use cookies, from Google to Bank of America to the United States Postal Service. When you visit one of those websites, the website sends your device small text files that are stored on your device. These files allow the website to recognize you when you revisit the site and to remember certain information about you. This could include which pages you’ve visited, buttons you’ve clicked, and information you entered into the website.


Cookies can exist for varying periods of time. Session cookies are cookies that are erased when you close your browser. Persistent cookies are cookies that are saved to your device’s hard drive and remain on your device for a certain period of time.


What are pixel tags and device identifiers?


On top of cookies, many websites, including ours, use pixel tags and device identifiers. Pixel tags (which are also called clear GIFs, web beacons, or pixels) are small pieces of code or tiny images that are embedded on websites and in emails. They allow websites to learn information about how users interact with websites and emails. Device identifiers are unique labels that can be used to identify a mobile device. Device identifiers may be used to track, analyze, and improve the performance of the website and advertisements delivered.


Why we use cookies, pixel tags, and device identifiers.


We use cookies, pixel tags, and device identifiers to collect information about how people use our website and interact with our emails. This information is helpful for our users and for us in a few different ways:


It allows our website to recognize you as a repeat visitor so you don’t have to repeatedly re-enter the same information.

It allows us to keep the website running smoothly. With this information, we can monitor traffic on our website so that we can manage its efficiency by diagnosing problems and fixing them.

It allows us to analyze how users are using our website so we can determine strengths and weaknesses of the website, and improve it accordingly.

It allows you to interact with social media services connected to our website.


How our cookies work.


When you visit Juris or get an email from Juris, our web server sends some combination of cookies, pixel tags, and device identifiers to your device. These allow us to recognize your device and associate the information you give us with that device. Some of the cookies, pixel tags, and device identifiers used by our services are sent by us, and some are sent by trusted partners who are delivering services on our behalf. Here are the types of cookies we send:


Strictly necessary cookies: These are cookies that are required for the operation of our website. They include cookies that are necessary for us to comply with legal obligations.

Identifier cookies: These are cookies used to recognize you when you return to our website. This enables us to personalize our content for you, greet you by name, and remember your preferences (for example, your choice of language or region).

Tracking cookies: These are cookies that record your visit to our website, the pages you have visited, and the links you have followed. They also record time spent on our website, and the websites visited just before and just after our website. We will use this information to make our website more relevant to your interests.

Analytical cookies: These allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors to our website. They allow us to see how visitors move around our website, as well as dates and times they visit. This helps us to improve the way our website works, for example, by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily.

We may also use the information collected from cookies and other technologies to service our ads on social media platform and for other marketing purposes.


You can opt-out of certain cookies


Your browser may give you the ability to control cookies and to opt-out of those that are not strictly necessary. If you opt-out, you may continue to browse our website but certain functionality may not be available due to technological constraints, as some features of our website rely on cookies to operate correctly.



If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us.

This Cookies Policy was last updated on October 12, 2018.