Categories of Cookies and Information We Collect
We have cookies set up to protect us from fraudulent actors making payments through our Sites.
Website performance cookies allow us to make our Sites easier and more pleasant to use. For example, they may enable us to:
- Determine how often and where you see our “breaking news” alerts or promotions.
- Save you time when filling out a form by populating it with information you provided in previous visits.
If you are visiting our Sites as a registered user — for example, when you manage your subscriptions for our email lists — we may place cookies in your browser that allow our Sites to recognize that you are logged in.
We may use analytics tools that place cookies in order to give us a better understanding of how people engage with our Sites. That in turn allows us to gauge the current performance of website features, and to develop better content. Analytics cookies can provide us with information such as:
- How many individual visitors we have
- How many visitors are new or returning
- How often visitors come to the website
- What content they’ve visited
- How visitors interact with particular pages or content
How to Disable Cookies
To provide you with maximum choice in deciding what data is collected about you, we have designed our website to work perfectly fine without cookies. If you would like to minimize the information about you collected by the ACLU and its third party content hosts, please see the below instructions for blocking and purging cookies. Please note disabling cookies on your browser may impact the operability of other sites you visit.