A cookie is a small text file which is transferred on to your computer, smartphone or tablet via your web browser. Cookies may be temporary (or “session”) cookies, which are only in use while you visit a website and are deleted when you close your browser, or permanent cookies, which stay on your device’s permanent storage after you leave a website until you delete them manually or your browser deletes them after a period of time.
Future Justice cookies – Futurejustice.org uses both session and permanent cookies to enable us to improve your use of our website when you visit, such as allowing you to login to your account, enabling swift and easy purchase of products from our store or enabling you to comment on our blog.
Third party cookies – In addition we also allow certain third parties (such as Google and other platforms) to use analytical and temporary tracking cookies on our website to compile aggregate information about the areas of our website that are visited most frequently and to track our own advertising. This information is used to enhance the content of our website and make your use of the website easier. We regard these cookies as minimally intrusive in terms of privacy.
Most web browser settings are set for you to accept both our own cookies and third party cookies. However, you are able to adjust those settings to manage which cookies you accept or reject. You may also use these settings to manually delete all cookies currently stored on your computer at any point. Doing so however will likely limit the functionality of our’s and a large proportion of the world’s websites as cookies are a standard part of most modern websites. We recommend that, for the highest functionality of our website, you accept both our own cookies and third party cookies, however if you wish to reject our own cookies you can configure your browser to do so.