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We use both session and persistent cookies, but most of our cookies are session-based or expire when you log out of our service. Some locally stored cookies we use for specific features do not expire but can be deleted by you.
Below is an overview of the types of Cookies we and third parties may use to collect Personal Information.
Disabling or rejecting cookies will limit the functionality and convenience of our service. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive cookies and allow you to reject them. You can also delete cookies already on your computer, and set most web browsers to prevent new cookies from being set. However, if you delete cookies and/or prevent new ones, you will have to reenter preferences and settings every time you visit our Site, and some services and functionality may not work.
To learn more about how to control and/or delete your cookies, visit www.aboutcookies.org.
More information about how Docus sets third-party cookies is contained in our Privacy Statement.