19th January 2023
Cookies help us keep you and Digital Woof safe, give you a better experience and show you more relevant content.
Think of cookies as stickers – when you visit a site, the site puts a sticker on you so that it knows if you come back and can collect information about your visit. That lets the site show things relevant to you, based on information you’ve entered and stuff you’ve looked at. The length of time stored depends on the cookie, but this is generally between a few minutes and up to two years.
We use these kinds of cookies on digitalwoof.com and the FiDO app:
Cookies to help keep you and Digital Woof safe (you can’t turn these off) Cookies to give you a better experience (you can turn these off) Cookies to help show you more relevant ads (you can turn these off) Most are third-party cookies that belong to another website than digitalwoof.com.
Cookies that help keep you and Digital Woof safe.
Cookies that help keep you and Digital Woof safe Some cookies help us keep you (and us) safe. Because we need them to keep our site secure, you can’t turn them off. For example, we use Cloudflare cookies to protect our site against attacks.
Cookies that give you a better experience.
We use analytics cookies like Google Analytics to see where you spend your time on our website, and work out which bits of Digitalwoof.com are most (and least) effective. This helps us know what’s working, what might be broken and what we should improve.
Cookies to help show you more relevant content.
Other ways to turn off cookies.
You can also turn cookies off in your browser or phone settings.
If you want to do this, try looking in your internet browser’s help menu, or searching for ‘how to block cookies’. Your browser also lets you delete any cookies stored on your device, whenever you wish. You can also usually opt out of advertising cookies directly, via Facebook ads preferences, or Twitter account personalization.