Legal Definitions from Termly’s Legal Experts

Plugin

Plugin definition (noun)
1.

A plugin is a piece of software that supplements a browser, site, or platform to add functionality. For example, plugins can be used to block advertisements or to connect a site to a social media account. Common types of plugins include:

  • WordPress plugins
  • Browser plugins
  • Social media plugins

Appears in: Privacy Policies, Cookie Policies, and Terms and Conditions

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