Cookies remember information like items added in the shopping basket, browsing activity, etc.
The cookies Ometria drops are non-essential and so require consent before being dropped.
Ometria only drops first-party cookies on your site.
What do Ometria’s cookies do during a website visit?
The cookie Ometria drops is used to store the session information about the user - these include multiple unique identifiers:
- the user’s unique identifier (either their email or the campaign ID)
- information about the dimensions of their device, the encoding and the current URL.
The data stored within the Ometria cookies is encoded with a customised base64 algorithm.
However, unless the visitor also understands how to decode our custom base64 algorithm, the information won’t make much sense.
Does Ometria share cookies?
We don’t directly share the information we store in cookies on your site with anyone else; all of the information from cookies goes directly to our tracking endpoint.