What are cookies?
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They track your interactions with a website to make it work more efficiently for future sessions.
Cookies have many different uses. For example, they can store information to help you enter a site without having to log in. They can also help a website remember your preferred settings so it reloads them on your next visit.
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Facebook Conversions API
We use the Facebook Conversions API to measure the impact of our advertising, report on website conversions and improve ad targeting through custom audiences. Encrypted online shop data is sent directly to Facebook via the Facebook for Woocommerce plugin. We use Google Tag Manager to send encrypted personally-identifiable data from our website to a Google Cloud server before being sent to Facebook. User-ID string and IP address are sent unencrypted. You can reject the use of the Facebook Conversions API by clicking ‘Manage cookies’ and disabling ‘Targeting cookies’.