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What are Cookies?
Cookies are small amounts of information that we may store on your local computer or mobile device when you visit the site. When you visit the site again, the cookies allow us to recognize your browser. Cookies may store your preferences and other information but cannot read data off your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites.
Cookies set by a website owner (in this case, NJCPA) are called “first-party cookies.” Cookies set by parties other than the website owner are called “third-party cookies.” Third-party cookies enable us to provide third-party features or functionality through the site (e.g., advertising, social media functions and analytics).
Essential and Non-essential Cookies
Essential cookies perform activities that are strictly necessary to help our site function or help with the transmission of a communication. Non-essential cookies perform activities that are not strictly necessary to help site functionality and include functionality/personalization cookies, performance and analytics cookies, and advertising and targeting cookies.
Cookies Used by the NJCPA
- Strictly Necessary Cookies. These essential cookies perform activities that are strictly necessary to help our site function, or help with the transmission of a communication, and do not store personal data. Essential cookies help identify you when you sign in, automatically fill in an online form, enable you to navigate around our site and use its features or provide you with services you have requested. If you block these cookies, it may affect the functionality and use of our site during your visit.
- Web Beacons. In addition to cookies, we use other technologies to recognize and track visitors to the site. A web beacon (also known as a “tracking pixel” or “clear GIF”) is a clear graphic image (typically a one-pixel tag) that is delivered through a web browser or HTML email, typically in conjunction with a cookie. Web beacons allows us certain functionality, for example, monitoring how users move from one page within our website to another, to track access to our communications, to understand whether users have come to our website from an online advertisement displayed on a third-party website, to measure how ads have been viewed and to improve site performance.
- Do Not Track. We do not respond to web browser “do not track” signals. As such, your navigation of our site may be tracked as part of the gathering of quantitative user information described above. If you arrive at our site by way of a link from a third-party site that does respond to “do not track” requests, the recognition of any “do not track” request you have initiated will end as soon as you reach our site.
How to Control Cookies
You can delete cookies on your computer at any time by checking the delete cookies option in your browser of choice. Please note that after you delete your cookies, you may be asked to login again on many websites where you may have stored a login cookie.