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Cookies allow a site or services to know if your computer
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can then be used to help understand how the site or service
is being used, help you navigate between pages efficiently,
help remember your preferences, and generally improve your
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What types of cookies does Kiley,
Kiley, and Kiley PLLC use?
There are generally four categories of cookies: “Strictly
Necessary,” “Performance,” “Functionality,”
and “Targeting.” Kiley,
Kiley, and Kiley PLLC routinely uses all four
categories of cookies on the Service. You can find out more
about each cookie category below.
• Strictly Necessary Cookies. These cookies are essential,
as they enable you to move around the Service and use its
features, such as accessing logged in or secure areas.
• Performance Cookies. These cookies collect information
about how you have used the Service, for example, information
related to the unique username you have provided, so that
less strain is placed on our backend infrastructure. These
cookies may also be used to allow us to know that you have
logged in so that we can serve you fresher content than a
aggregate Service usage and experiment with new features and
changes on the Service. The information collected is used
to improve how the Service works.
• Functionality Cookies. These cookies allow us to
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how you’ve customized the Service in other ways, such
as customizing the toolbars we offer in the right column of
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• Targeting Cookies. Kiley, Kiley, and
Kiley PLLC, our advertising partners or other third
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How long will cookies stay on my device?
The length of time a cookie will stay on your computer or
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Third-party cookies may be placed on your device by someone
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other parts of our Service may not work properly. You can
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