Cookies and interest-based advertising

This notice supplements our privacy policy and provides information about how we use cookies and similar technologies and how you can manage them.

1. Use of cookies and similar technologies

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer or other device by websites that you visit. Cookies are widely used in order to make websites and other applications work, or work more efficiently, and help them remember certain information and recognize your internet browser. Cookies may last until you close your browser (“session” cookies) or over repeat visits (“persistent” cookies).

We use cookies and similar technologies to:

If you access any of our services subject to a subscription agreement or other contract between us and your organization, cookies and similar technologies will be used as necessary for the performance of that contract and for our legitimate business operations related to providing the service.

2. Types of cookies

We use the following types of cookies:

Details about the cookies set by our websites and by third parties, including service providers acting on our behalf, are listed directly on the site or in the cookie control tool made available on the site.

3. Third Party Cookies

The table below provides an overview of the performance, targeting, third party, and, social media domains your browser may contact as a result of a visit to our site, and our intended purpose for inclusion. Please note that the cookies and other technologies may change over time.

Domain(s) Lexis Purpose Privacy and Cookie Policy Links To enable the display of website content through different screen sizes. Allows customers to interact with us via Twitter platforms. To collect web analytics to help LexisNexis to understand how visitors use our site, to improve user experience, and optimise online marketing campaigns. Provide customers with ways to interact with us via Facebook platforms. Measure and optimise the effectiveness of online marketing campaigns. Monitor the effectiveness of LinkedIn advertising campaigns. Allows customers to interact via Facebook platforms. Measure the effectiveness of various advertising campaigns. We use a "Share on LinkedIn" function on our website and track users to see when that function is used and what content is most popular with our target audiences. We use the Bing tracking code to determine whether users found our website through Bing Ads, and to allow us to optimize the performance of our Bing advertising campaign. To allow website features to operate. To enable WebEx online meeting features. Monitoring how users interact with our site in order to improve customer experiences.

4. How to manage cookies and interest-based advertising

You can manage the use of certain types of cookies, including targeting cookies used for personalized advertising, also known as interest-based advertising (IBA), by amending your cookies settings in the cookie control tool made available on the site. You also may be able to block or delete cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser privacy preferences menu.

You can also opt out of IBA by turning off targeting cookies used for IBA via the consumer choice tools created under self-regulation programs in many countries, such as the US-based YourAdChoices, the Canada-based AdChoices or the EU-based Your Online Choices. We adhere to the Digital Advertising Alliance Self-Regulatory Principles for Interest-Based Advertising.

Certain content and features in our services depend on cookies to function. For example, authentication cookies are used to identify and recognize registered users and to enable them to gain access to requested content or features. If you choose to block cookies, you cannot sign in or use certain content or features. If you choose to delete cookies, any settings and preferences dependent on those cookies will be lost.

5. Use of web beacons and other technologies

Some of our websites, applications and electronic communications contain electronic tags known as web beacons, gifs or pixel tags, unique identifiers and similar technologies that help deliver cookies, measure online activity, provide more relevant advertising, or analyze the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns or other operations.

We may also use technologies from third-party data security providers to maintain online security and protect our websites and other services against fraud and abuse.

Last updated: 11 October 2023