Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile device from websites that you visit.  Cookies store information that allows a website to recognize that you have used the site before.

How we use cookies
WattsApp uses cookies (or Local Shared Objects or “flash cookies,” or similar technologies) to recognize you when you return to our services and remember your preferences and settings, enabling you to sign in, providing interest-based information during your visit, combating fraud, analyzing our performance, and ensuring your privacy and security when you use secure areas of our sites, or e-commerce areas. We may also collect your Internet Protocol (IP) address or device identifier for monitoring and improving the effectiveness of our services and improving security on our services.

Google Analytics
WattsApp uses Google Analytics to obtain statistics on how our websites are being used, to help us improve our online services.  For example, we use cookies to count the number of unique visitors to a web page or service and to gather data that helps with load balancing to ensure that our websites remain up and running at all times.

This service may also collect information regarding the use of other apps, websites, and online resources. You can learn about Google’s practices by going to, and opt out of them by downloading the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on, available at

Controlling cookies
Internet browsers typically let you control which cookies you accept, refuse, or delete.  For more information, see  To learn how to manage “flash cookies” or Local Shared Objects using Adobe Flash technologies, see the Flash Player help page at

Pixel tags
Pixel tags are tiny graphic images or other web programming code that tell us what parts of our website customers have visited or to measure the effectiveness of searches customers perform on our website. Pixel tags and similar technologies may be used for a number of purposes, including, without limitation, to count visitors, to monitor how users navigate the sites, to count how many emails that were sent were actually opened, to count how many particular links were actually viewed. Pixel tags also enable us to send email messages in a format customers can read.

Embedded Scripts
An embedded script is programming code that is designed to collect information about your interactions with our services, such as the links you click on. The code is temporarily downloaded onto your device from our server or a third-party service provider, is active only while you are connected to a website, and is deactivated or deleted thereafter.

Click Through URLs
In some of our email messages we use a "click-through URL" linked to content on our services. When a customer clicks one of these URLs, they pass through our web server before arriving at the destination webpage. We track this click-through data to help us determine interest in particular topics and measure the effectiveness of our customer communications.

First-Party Cookies
If you visit one of our websites, the site will set some or all of the following “first-party” cookies and similar technologies that we commonly use.  We will update this list from time to time, but it illustrates the primary purposes for which we typically use cookies and similar technologies.

Source and Type
Webflow Ecommerce
Functionality Cookies
The store portion of our service is hosted on Webflow Ecommerce, which is an online e-commerce platform. We use the wf-csrf, wf-csrf.sig, wf-order-id, wf-order-id.sig cookies in order for our shopping basket and checkout to function, so we can sell our products.

Google Analytics (hosted at
Performance Cookies
This tool, used by many website operators, helps us improve the performance of our sites by understanding how users engage with the sites.  Cookies collect website usage data without personally identifying the users to Google.  The cookies are _ga (user ID set by default to expire in 2 years), analytics.js, _gid (page id), and _gat (short-term cookie controlling the data request rate).

Third party cookies on our websites
If you visit one of our websites, the site may also set some of the following third-party cookies and similar technologies.  We will update this list from time to time, but it illustrates the primary purposes for which third-party cookies and similar technologies are typically used on our websites.

Source and Type
Performance and Functionality Cookies
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