track users when they visit our websites, including PrintJob.com and
all subdomains, successor URLs, mobile or localized versions and
related domains/sub-domains and/or any PJ System. It explains what
these technologies are and why we use them, as well as your rights
to control our use of them.
What are cookies?
Cookies are bits of code that websites and mobile apps store on
browsers to track users. They are not programs. They are simple
’text files’ which you can read using ‘Notepad’ or similar on your
computer. Typically, they contain two pieces of information: a site
name and unique user ID.
to list, but for example, to allow Users to stay ‘logged in’, or for
the page to ‘remember me’, or to keep track of how recently
customers accessed systems.
a User presses back on the checkout process and then forward again.
The PJ Systems will prefill all the fields again, with the users
previously entered data.
How can i review the cookies that PrintJob use?
You can see a list of cookies that PrintJob and other sites store by
clicking on the ‘Tools’ menu in your internet browser.
How can I control or refuse them?
You have the right to decide whether to accept or reject cookies.
Sometimes websites will store cookies even without asking your
permission, because permission may be implied elsewhere or is
implicit in the website.
and allocate permissions, exclude websites and delete cookies, and
prevent further cookies being placed.
Please note that if you delete or refuse PrintJob cookies the PJ
System may not work as it is intended and some functionality and
areas may be restricted.
This and other PrintJob Documents are continually updated. If you
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