We use both technically necessary (for the functioning and security of the Services) and non-technically necessary cookies and similar technologies. 


Cookies are small data files sent from a server to your web browser. They are stored in your browser’s cache and allow a website or a third party to recognize your browser. There are three primary types of cookies:

  • Session cookies are specific to a particular visit and carry information as you view different pages so you don’t have to re-enter information every time you change pages or attempt to checkout. Session cookies expire and delete themselves automatically in a short period of time like after you leave the Site or when you close your web browser.

  • Persistent cookies remember certain information about your preferences for viewing the site, and allow JunkJournalFactory to recognize you each time you return. Persistent cookies are stored on your browser cache or mobile device until you choose to delete them, and otherwise typically delete themselves at expiration.

  • Third-party cookies are placed by someone other than JunkJournalFactory, and may gather browsing activity across multiple websites and across multiple sessions. They are usually a type of persistent cookie and are stored until you delete them or they expire based on the time period set in each third-party cookie.

  • Cookies store data about your use, but they are helpful because they allow us to help function and customize your experience. 





In addition to cookies, there are other similar technologies used by JunkJournalFactory and elsewhere on the web or in mobile ecosystems.


Web beacons: These are tiny graphics (sometimes called “clear GIFs” or “web pixels”) with a unique identifier that are used to understand browsing activity. In contrast to cookies, which are stored on a user's computer hard drive, web beacons are rendered invisibly on web pages when you open a page.


Social widgets: These are buttons or icons provided by third-party social media providers that allow you to interact with those social media services when you view a web page or a mobile app screen. These social widgets may collect browsing data, which may be received by the third party that provided the widget, and are controlled by the third parties.


UTM codes: These are strings that can appear in a URL (the “Uniform Resource Locator,” which is typically the http or https address entered to go to a web page) when a user moves from one web page or website to another, where the string can represent information about browsing, such as which advertisement, page, or publisher sent the user to the receiving website.


Application SDKs: These are mobile application third-party software development kits that are embedded in the Apps (and are used in many mobile applications). These app SDKs permit the collection of information about the app itself, activity in the app, and the device the application is running on.


Local Storage Objects: These are sets of data that can be stored on your browser by a site or app. They can be used to maintain preferences, a history of usage, or even the state or settings of a site or an app.


Internet of Things identifiers: Like mobile identifiers, internet-connected devices such as voice activated assistants or smart TVs may send identifiers and other data analogous to web browsers or mobile SDKs.





ProPR for services and trades through the uses Cookie Technologies to recognize your logged-in state on, to understand what purchases members and visitors are interested in, to make sites function for you, and to help your browsing experience and use of the Site and Services feel more customized. 

The Site employs Google Analytics to help understand how is used by its community. For some of the advertising features listed below, like retargeting, data from Google Analytics may be combined with JunkJournalFactory’s first-party data and third-party cookies (like Google’s advertising cookies) as permitted by Google’s and ProPR for services and trades's, through the, respective policies. 





ProPR for services and trades partners with third-party service providers that may use various Cookie Technologies to permit us and them to learn about which ads you see and click when you visit and affiliated sites or to show you ads on and off These may include things such as:


Frequency capping, which limits the number of times a user’s browser or mobile device displays the same ad;


Attribution tracking, which estimates which advertising or marketing source brought someone to, or determines which marketing source led to actions like a visit or a purchase;


Remarketing and retargeting, which shows relevant ads to an audience based on prior shopping and browsing patterns on;


Audience targeting, which refers to targeting advertisements to a large audience based on the audience’s known or inferred demographics; and


Cross-device recognition, which recognizes actions across multiple devices or browsers.

Some third-party service providers may provide information like demographics, cross-device information, or interest categories from a combination of sources that, while not identifying you personally, permit us to provide you with more relevant and useful advertising. In some cases, this information may have non-marketing performance analytics uses as well.

These technologies allow a partner to recognize your computer, mobile device or network device (like an IoT device such as a voice-activated assistant or smart TV), each time you visit or other websites and mobile applications based on data like a cookie, your IP address, or device ID, but do not allow access to other personal information from However, these technologies may allow us or a third party to recognize you, either from a single device or across devices, over time. These third parties are required to follow applicable laws, self-regulatory programs, and’s data protection rules where applicable. ProPR for services and trades through the does not have control over these third parties, who each have their own privacy policies and privacy practices. For audience targeting, ProPR for services and trades through the may share hashed identifiers that represent an email address or name with partners Google and/or Facebook so they can provide with audiences interested in specific types of products and services. Google and/or Facebook will only provide this information, and can only identify you, based on their separate policies and agreements with their users. 





Certain Cookie Technologies are employed to make the Site function for its intended purpose, and are provided based on contractual necessity based on your agreement with ProPR for services and trades through the to perform the services you have requested. These include the functions strictly necessary to the service noted above.

By choosing to use our Services after having been notified of our use of Cookie Technologies in the ways described in this Policy, and, in applicable jurisdictions, through notice and unambiguous acknowledgement of your consent, you agree to such use. 




In order to provide you with the best experience of our site, and for the site to work properly, this site stores a small amount of information (cookies) on your computer. By using you agree to the use of cookies. By blocking cookies, you can still browse the site, but some of its functionality will not be available to you. In order to better understand the use of cookies within the website, below you can read what cookies we collect and how we process them and for what purposes we use them.


This document applies to the use of cookies used on the website. By using, you are deemed to agree to the data collection and processing described in this document and to the storage and access of cookies on your device.


The website uses the so-called cookies - a set of data generated by a web server and stored by a web browser on a user's disk in the form of a small text file. Files are created when the browser loads the visited network destination on the user's device, which then sends the data to the browser and creates a text file (cookie). Cookies are used to create a session and a better user experience with the full functionality of the application used and are by their nature temporary (so-called session cookies that are stored only during visits to the website) or permanent (remain stored on the user's computer after the visit).



If you do not agree to their use, you can easily delete (or prevent) cookies on your computer or mobile device using the settings of the browser you are using. For more information on managing cookies, visit the pages of the browser you are using or Since the purpose of cookies is to improve the user experience on the website, please note that by preventing or deleting cookies, you may disable the functioning of some features or cause them to work and look different in your browser.





ProPR for services and trades reserves the right to change the content of this document at any time. We suggest that you periodically read the latest version of this document on our website to find out if the terms have changed.


ProPR for services and trades will be happy to consider your comments and suggestions regarding this document, as well as inquiries about your rights as a user of the website. You can send your inquiries through



For Google Analytics Advertising Features, you can opt-out through Google Ads Settings, Ad Settings for mobile apps, or any other available means. Google also provides a Google Analytics opt-out plug-in for the web.



Third-Party Tools

Various third parties provide browser plug-ins and apps that can help provide you information on and limit or block third-party cookies, web beacons, and some Javascript-based technologies. JunkJournalFactory cannot vouch for the efficacy of a particular third-party product, but popular products that provide these privacy enhancements include Ghostery and AdBlock Plus.

Both Google and Facebook provide tools to control use of advertising on their respective platforms, including advertising on and with JunkJournalFactory. More information can be found in your account settings on the respective platforms, including in Google’s Privacy Center and in Facebook’s Ad Settings.