Consentry. Simple, GDPR-compliant cookie consent management.

Our cookie policy.

Revised: 8th April, 2020.

Introduction.

We are committed to complete transparency when it comes to using cookies to customise your experience. If you have any questions or concerns about our policy, please contact us at hello@consentry.org.

When you visit our website [https://consentry.org] ("Site") and use our services, you trust us with your personal information. We take your privacy very seriously. In this cookie notice, we describe our cookie policy. We seek to explain to you in the clearest way possible what cookies are, and how we use them.

Please read this cookie policy carefully as it will help you make informed decisions about sharing your personal information with us.

Copyright (©) 2020, Consentry. But feel free to use any or all of this policy for your own purposes.

Table of contents.

  1. What are your cookie preferences and how can you change them?
  2. What are cookies?
  3. How does Consentry use cookies?
  4. How does Consentry's cookie usage enable third parties to profile you?
  5. Will rejecting cookies impact your ability to use the site?
  6. Are there any cookies that I can't reject on this website?
  7. How can I delete cookies I've received, or prevent my browser from accepting them?
  8. License.

What are my cookie preferences and how can I change them?

You can view or update your cookie settings for this site at any time by opening the Consentry cookie consent manager by clicking here.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that contain information about browsing activity. They are not inherently good or bad. Different sites use cookies in different ways, and it is up to you to determine which ways are acceptable. In turn, those sites must honour your decision.

Cookies are useful for remembering your preferences or personalizing your experience on a website based on your past activity. They're also useful for profiling and advertising to you.

Whenever you visit a website, the website can send one or more cookies to the device you’re using to access the website. Your device automatically stores the cookie in a file that’s located within your web browser. Only the site that gave you a cookie is able to access that cookie. For example, if consentry.org gives you a cookie, only consentry.org will be able to read the contents of that cookie.

Some browsers allow websites to send you cookies from other sites. These are called third-party cookies, and they allow companies to track you on sites that are not their own, given that that site has set that third-party cookie. One example of third-party cookie usage is social media sites setting cookies in your browser when you visit any page that has a "like button", even if that page is not on the social media site, and even if you do not click that button.

The majority of browsers have announced that they will be eliminating third-party cookies in future. You can find out if your browser allows third-party cookies here.

How does Consentry use cookies?

The Consentry website uses cookies for two primary purposes:

  1. Analytics.

    These help us improve our website by collecting and reporting information on how you use it.
  2. Email Marketing.

    These help our marketing team understand how you use our website so that they can determine the effectiveness of our email campaigns.
  3. Performance Monitoring.

    These count visitors to our website, and where they come from so that we can measure and improve our site’s performance.

Consentry makes a cookie consent manager that other sites can use to allow their users to set their cookie preferences. The Consentry cookie consent manager uses cookies to remember your cookie preferences for the website using it. Because it is hosted on the website using it, these cookies are set by that website. We as Consentry can not read the prefences that you have submitted on any site other than here on consentry.org.

How does Consentry's cookie usage enable third parties to profile you?

We do not use third-party cookies for any reason. Only we can use the cookie data that we set on consentry.org.

Will rejecting cookies impact your ability to use the site?

Absolutely not. You can reject all non-essential cookies from Consentry and you'll still be able to use consentry.org. Rejecting cookies simply impacts our ability to understand our customers and improve the user experience of this site.

Are there any cookies that I can't reject on this website?

The only cookies that are essential, and required for functionality on this website are the cookies that we set to remember your cookie preferences. If we did not set these cookies, the Consentry cookie consent manager would pop up on every single page you viewed.

How can I delete cookies I've received, or prevent my browser from accepting them?

License.

Copyright (©) 2020, Consentry. But feel free to use any or all of this policy for your own purposes.

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this policy (the "Policy"), to deal in the Policy without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Policy, and to permit persons to whom the Policy is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Policy.

THE POLICY IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE POLICY.

Copyright 2020. Consentry Limited, a non-profit company based in Dalston, London, UK.