LexisNexis Privacy Statement
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What categories of cookie does Reed manage?
Reed categorises cookies based on their core function and the kind of personal data the cookie stores (see the table below for more specific information).
|Personal data classification||Cookie classification||Type of data / information collected and processed||Data retention period|
Any information about an individual that may be deemed personal but is already available in the public domain or with consent may be published in the public domain.
Infinity. The information is classified as already in the public domain.
Web Browser Session Data
Unique / session identifier
Up to 6 months retention from last login / request.
Includes all "Public Data" and "Web Browser Session Data" data plus…
Customer / prospect account number.
Third Party Tracking & Analytics
Third party dependent but may include web browser session data and marketing data. Information is collected by third parties in line with their analytics and tracking policies.
Third party dependent. Information is retained by the third party in accordance with third party analytics and tracking policies.
Includes "Marketing Data" plus…
Customer account / relationship record.
7 Year retention from last payment
Includes "Financial Data" plus…
Health, religion or racial.
Where possible, 7 Year retention from last payment. Certain information may be kept indefinitely or otherwise in relation to UK statutory law. For example, information relating to a last will and testament, pension information or a legal contract.
Third party analytics
www.appnexus.com www.adnxs.com, www.adnxs.net
Adobe Omniture / 207.net
Dun & Bradstreet
www.google-analytics.com www.google.com , www.google.in www.googleapis.com
International Bar Association
www.roitesting.com (part of Unica, now part of IBM Enterprise marketing)
www.unica.com (now part of IBM Enterprise marketing)
The Network Advertising Initiative industry opt-out: www.networkadvertising.org
The Consumer Choice Page: www.aboutads.info
The IAB UK's industry opt-out (U.K Only): www.youronlinechoices.com
Please note: Clicking the links above will redirect you to the appropriate website.