Updated on July 21, 2023
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers downloaded onto your computer when you access certain websites. Cookies allow a website to recognize a user's device and help to navigate the site efficiently, remembering your preferences, and generally improving your browsing experience.
Cookies we use
Google Analytics 4
Our site uses Google Analytics 4, a web analytics solution provided by Google, to help us understand how you interact with our site. The information collected by these cookies includes: IP address, browser type and version, time zone, browser plug-in types and versions, operating system, and platform, as well as details about your visit, including the referrer URL, path through our site, duration of visit, pages viewed, and interactions with the site.
Google Analytics 4 has been configured in accordance with applicable regulations, particularly the EU General Data Protection Regulation, so that the data collected is anonymized and does not allow for personal identification.
The Nonli analytics tag operates on a subdomain of the client's main domain. This allows us to use a secure, strict first-party cookie that does not require consent. This cookie has the key "nli" and its value is a UUID that corresponds to a unique anonymous user ID. The cookie is used to analyze traffic and helps us eliminate traffic generated by robots. The tag and cookie do not allow for the distinct path of a single user to be isolated.
All data collected through this tag is anonymized and not consolidated with other domains. No personal data is collected through this tag.
A dedicated link is available (example: https://nonli.com/cookie/consent) to allow the user to disable tracking if desired. The "nli_consent" cookie is used to indicate whether the user wants to disable tracking.
We are committed to not using our clients' data for our own purposes.
Input filtering is performed to retrieve only the contents of "nli" and "nli_consent" cookies.
nli: used to store a unique identifier
nli_consent: if this cookie is present, it means that the user has opted out of tracking, and when it is present, the user's tracking is completely disabled.
How to manage cookies
We reserve the right to modify this Cookie Management Policy at any time. All modifications will be posted on this page.
If you have any questions about our Cookie Management Policy, you can contact us at:
contact @ nonli.com