What is a cookie?
When you visit Eezy's websites and services, we may set cookies in your browser that are necessary for the operation of the site and the service. Necessary cookies must always be accepted in order to guarantee the functionality of the website and the service. In addition, we can use e.g. marketing and analytics-based cookies.
When you visit our website and services, you can either allow all cookies or continue to use only those necessary cookies. You can delete the cookie stored on your terminal at any time in the browser settings.
What information do we collect and store?
Cookies collect information that we use e.g. for marketing and statistical purposes, such as tracking visitor traffic.
Cookies allow us to process, for example, the number of users of the website and the service, and other information related to the use of the service. The information obtained can be used to analyze and develop our operations to make you better and more individual. In addition, the information we collect allows us to target marketing that is likely to be of interest to you in the service and outside the service, for example, through retargeting.
Third Party Services We Use:
Google Tag Manager is a service for reading customer browser information. The service collects e.g. the processing and reading of browser data. Learn more from here
We will retain your information for the duration of the session, depending on the retention period of the service associated with it (Google Analytics or Facebook Pixel).
Google Analytics is a website analytics and performance measurement service. The service collects e.g. the following information; unique identifier and where you came to our site, how long you stay on the site, what links you open. Learn more about Google Analytics from here
We retain data received through Google Analytics for 2 years and will not be disclosed to third parties.
Facebook Pixel is a service created on Facebook to target and measure advertising. The service collects e.g. an identified anonymized random identifier. More about Facebook Pixel from here .
We retain information for the duration of the session and Facebook collects information for independent use.
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