Cookie Policy


PDFStuff Cookie Policy

Last updated: June 11, 2020

When accessing and interacting with our site and services, we may use ‘cookies’ or similar technologies to locally store certain information on your devices, allowing us to personalize our services and content to enhance your experience. Cookies are a standard practice cutting across all industries.

The term “cookie” refers to a small section of information a site assigns to your device during web viewing. They are helpful in offering such benefits like enabling you to efficiently navigate between pages and simplifying the interaction between you and the services in a quicker way.

We may permit third parties to use cookies or other technologies to gather information relating to your online and application usage activities across our services. Such data may include online identifiers hence our recommendation that you carefully review our cookie policy:

Cookie Privacy Policy and Opt-Out
Facebook Analytics
Facebook Custom Audience
Google AdWords
Google Analytics

Facebook Connect

Additional information regarding cookies and your control may be reviewed from the following links:

Several browsers allow you to erase cookies from your computer’s hard drive, block acceptance, and receive a warning before cookies are stored. Blocking or erasing cookies may however limit your access and use of some features of our services. It may also deter proper operation, limiting your online experience.

We may allow third parties to use cookies and other technologies in the collection of your information such as:

Google Analytics: This cookie allows for the tracking and analysis of our services for internal purposes. Further learning on how Google uses such data from our use of Google Analytics Cookies can be achieved by visiting Google Analytics’ opt-out web tool information is available on

As with other sites, we collect certain information automatically, storing it in log files. This information includes IP addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/ exit pages, operating system, and clickstream data.