1. Your consent
2. What are cookies?
Cookies are a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a your web browser on your device (Computer, phone, tablet or other device).
Cookies are often used to speed up websites, save login details so you don’t have to re-enter them each time you visit and are commonly used to save shopping baskets for later.
|Essential / Strictly Necessary||We use these cookies to help you log in, navigate and use our websites and Services, to protect your security and to help you access shopping baskets and place orders and to provide our customer services to you. Without these cookies we cannot deliver our Services to you. These cookies do not gather any information about you that could be used for marketing or advertising purposes. Preventing or stopping these cookies from loading means we cannot guarantee our websites and Services will work and perform normally during your visit.|
|Performance||We use ‘Performance’ cookies to collect information about how you use our website for example, which pages you visit, whether you receive any errors, how quickly the page loaded for you, etc. These cookies do not gather any information that could identify you and instead only collect anonymous data to help us improve our website and develop our products and Services, understand what interested our users and measure how effective our content is through anonymous statistics and data about how our website and Services are used. Preventing or stopping these cookies from loading means we cannot guarantee our websites and Services will work and perform normally during your visit.|
|Functional||We use functional cookies to remember your preferences and settings when you visit.|
5. How can I disable cookies?
You can choose to block cookies being downloaded to your web browser by disabling cookies in your web browser settings. We recommend checking your web browser help settings. Please note that disabling cookies will affect your ability to use your Ecenica services and Ecenica’s websites.
You can also use an opt-out service like the Network Advertising Initiative’s (NAI) Opt-Out Tool. This tool allows you to opt out from the use of information about your online activities for online behavioural advertising by NAI member companies.
Your phone or table may also have a setting, such as ‘Limit Ad Tracking’ (on iOS) or ‘Opt out of Interest-Based Ads’ (Android) which you can use to limit the information about your use of apps for purpose of serving adverts targeted to your interests.
6. Hungry for more?
You can learn more about cookies here: http://www.allaboutcookies.org