Cookie Policy

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About this Cookie Policy
This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are and why and how cookies are used on our website.
You should read this Policy to help you to understand what types of cookies are used, the information collected using cookies and how that information is used when you visit www.camirafabrics.com

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your device by the websites you visit using that device.
Cookies are widely used to enable websites to work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to those managing the site.

Why and how do we use cookies?
Cookies are placed on devices that access our site to enable the site to help you, and other users, to use it and to easily navigate it during the current session and also for future sessions.
For example, our site uses cookies that help the site to remember your actions and preferences, so that you don’t need to keep re-entering them when you return to the site or browse it from one page to another.
Like many other sites, our site uses cookies and equivalent technologies for various purposes, including:
  • enable the site to help you, and other users, to use it and to easily navigate it;
  • maintain the availability and functionality of the site and its security to prevent misuse and fraud;
  • identify sources of traffic to the site to monitor how it is being accessed;
  • distinguish your browser session from those of other users and remember your user preferences;
  • preserve your secure session so you can complete tasks and transactions over its duration;
  • preserve any contents you or other uses might place in the shopping cart while you browse;
  • determine when browser sessions end and begin and the number and times of previous sessions;
  • preserve consent preferences and help you and other users to easily give, and withdraw, your consent;
  • determine time zones and retain any culture and language selections for product compliance;
  • provide you and other users with video content at optimal resolution for the bandwidth available;
  • present you and other users with site content that relevant to enhance the browsing experience;
  • analyse use of the site and manage how it is performing and any user feedback to help us to improve it;
  • apply market research to generate audience insights and develop and improve our products and services.

For further details on why and how we use cookies, please refer to Cookies we use below.

Cookie provenance
‘First-party’ cookies are placed by the site domain being visited, the domain in your browser’s address bar.
‘Third-party’ are cookies that are those placed by any other domain, other than the one being visited.
Our site uses first-party and third-party cookies.

Cookie duration and expiry
‘Session’ (‘transient’) cookies remain active only during a single browser session and expire after it ends.
‘Persistent’ (‘permanent’, ‘stored’, ‘tracking’) cookies are set to expire and active until they expire or cleared.
Our site uses cookies of both duration types and the default settings or lower for expiries of third-party cookies.

Cookie consent
We only use cookies with your informed consent.
The site’s consent mechanism, the consent preference centre, makes it as easy for you to withdraw your consent as to provide it.
The consent preference centre enables you to manage consent for categories of cookies used on the website.
For further details on these categories and available consent preferences, Refer to Cookie consent.
You can manage your consent preferences at any time by accessing the site’s consent preference centre.
By continuing to use our site, you consent to our use of cookies as described under the terms of this Cookie Policy and our Terms of Website Use.
If you do not consent to our use of cookies, then you should leave our site and not use it.
If you do not want your browser to accept cookies, you could try changing your browser’s cookie settings.

Changing browser cookie settings
Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies but allow some control over cookies in the browser settings.
Cookies and cached information can often be cleared directly, or scheduled to clear, using browser settings.
Please note that choosing to not accept cookies may adversely affect site functionality and your experience.
To find out how to manage cookies using your own browser, try visiting your browser developer's site.
Commonly used website browsers include: Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari.

Further information
For further information on how to make use of our site, please refer to our Terms of Website Use.
For further information on how we use and protect personal data, please refer to our Group Privacy Policy.
Any questions about this Cookie Policy may be directed to the contact details given in our Terms of Website Use.

For further information on: try visiting:
Microsoft ASP.NET cookies https://support.microsoft.com/
Google Analytics cookies https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
Google's overview of privacy and safeguarding data https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245
 
Google Analytics opt-out http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Google EU user consent policy https://www.google.com/about/company/user-consent-policy
Cookies in general, how to identify and manage them www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org
Changes to the Cookie Policy
We may update this Cookie Policy from time to time.
Please check this Cookie Policy regularly to make sure you are aware of the most up to date version.
This Cookie Policy is revision 2 and was last updated on 29th October 2021.
 
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Cookie consent
The table below explains further the categories of cookies used on our site, their consent dependence and the consequences of not consenting:
Category Explanation Consent dependence and consequences of not consenting
Strictly necessary (Essential) These cookies are essential for you to browse websites and use their features, such as accessing secure areas of the site. These cookies will generally be first-party session cookies. Since the website is dependent on this category of cookies for it to function, the website’s consent preference centre does not offer the option to disallow this category, however you can still block this category by changing your browser settings: refer to Changing browser cookie settings below.
Functional (Preferences) These cookies enable the website to provide enhanced functionality and personalisation. These cookies allow websites to remember choices you have made in the past, such as what language you prefer, what region you select for product compliance, or what your username and password are so that you can automatically log in. They may be first party cookies or third-party cookies set by providers whose services we have added to our pages. Since the website is not dependent on this category of cookies for it to function, the website’s consent preference centre offers the option to disallow this category, however if you do disallow this category, then some or all of these services may not function properly, and you may have to repeat inputting information.
Performance (Statistics, Analytics) These cookies enable the website to count visits and traffic sources, to help measure and improve the performance of the site. They help to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and anonymous. These cookies collect information about how you use a website, like which pages you visited, and which links you clicked on. None of this information can be used to identify you: it is aggregated and anonymised. Their sole purpose is to improve website functions. This includes cookies from third-party analytics services as long as the cookies are for the exclusive use of the owner of the website visited. Since the website is not dependent on this category of cookies for it to function, the website’s consent preference centre offers the option to disallow this category, however if you do disallow this category, then the site will not be able to take into account your use of the site for decisions about how we might improve its performance.
Targeting (Marketing / Tracking) These cookies may be set through our site by advertising partners. They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant adverts on other sites. They do not store directly personal information; however they are based on uniquely identifying the device and browser you use to browse the site. These cookies track online activity to help advertisers deliver more relevant advertising or to limit how many times you see an advert. These cookies can share that information with other organisations or advertisers. These are persistent cookies and almost always of third-party provenance. Since the website is not dependent on this category of cookies for it to function, the website’s consent preference centre offers the option to disallow this category, however if you do disallow this category, the site will not be able to limit the number of times you see an advertisement and limit advertisements that are you unlikely to find relevant to you.
 
Cookies we use
The table below explains further the cookies used on our site, their categories, purposes, duration and provenance:
Category Cookies Purpose Duration Maximum Expiry Provenance Provider Cookie Policy
Strictly necessary selected_culture; detected_culture; user_country; user_country_short_code; FooterColor; tnsApp; tADu; tTDe; tTE; tMQ; tAE; t3D; tADe; tPL; tC; tTDu; isFontsLoaded; LoadMoreOptions; what-input; what-intent; CMSShoppingCart These cookies are used for a variety of necessary functions including to retain culture and language selections for compliance product compliance, and to maintain technical and aesthetic functionality of the website. Session,
Persistent
End of session, One year First-party Unrvld
Strictly necessary OptanonAlertBoxClosed;
OptanonConsent
These cookies are used by OneTrust for enabling management of cookie consent, including to determine whether a visitor to the site should be shown the cookie banner and to record the consent status of a visitor to the site. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy First-party OneTrust
Strictly necessary ASP.NET_SessionId;
CamiraFabrcisFormsAuth;
CMSPreferredCulture;
CMSPreferredUICulture;
CMSCsrfCookie;
CMSCookieLevel
These cookies are used by the site’s Content Management System for a variety of necessary functions including to distinguish unique visitors, retain culture and language selections, provide security and prevent fraud, record cookie consent and preserve the contents of the shopping cart. Session, Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy First-party Kentico
Strictly necessary cf_ob_info; cf_use_ob These cookies are used by Cloudflare's 'Always Online' to maintain availability of the site. It does this by caching static versions of popular pages from the website and deploys them to visitors if it detects server failure. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy Third-party Cloudflare
Functional _ga_<container-id>; YSC; VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE; CONSENT; LOGIN_INFO; HSID; SID; _Secure-3PSIDCC; SSID; APISID; SAPISID; _Secure-1PSID; _Secure-3PSID; _Secure-3PAPISID; _Secure-1PAPISID;
_gat_UA-nnnnnnn-nn
These cookies are used by Google YouTube for a variety of functions, including managing consent, security and fraud detection, monitoring unique visitors and behaviours and for detecting your bandwidth in order to provide you with optimal video resolution. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy Third-party Google
YouTube
Functional BizographicsOptOut This cookie is used by LinkedIn to determine a visitors opt-out status for third-party tracking. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy Third-party LinkedIn
Performance CurrentContact;
CMSLandingPageLoaded
These cookies are used by the site’s Content Management System for a variety of functions, including monitoring unique visitors and behaviours, and limiting landing page activity recording. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy First-party Kentico
Performance _hjid; _hjFirstSeen; _hjSessionRejected; _hjIncludedInPageviewSample; _hjSessionUser_2482185; _hjTLDTest; _hjIncludedInSessionSample; _hjAbsoluteSessionInProgress; _hjSession_2482185 This cookie is used by Hotjar to record unique visitor ID. This enables Hotjar heatmaps, session recording and user feedback popups. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy Third-party HotJar
Performance AnalyticsSyncHistory; lms_analytics; li_sugr; U; li_giant These cookies are used by LinkedIn to directly and indirectly identify its members, country location and conversion tracking. Persistant Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy Third-party LinkedIn
Targeting _stid; _stidv; euconsent-v2; pubconsent-v2; mp_mixpanel; _qca ;_ga;  _gid These cookies are used by ShareThis for a variety of functions, including managing consent, monitoring unique visitors and behaviours, and apply market research to generate audience insights and to develop and improve products. Use of ShareThis allows you to share certain webpages via social media. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy Third-party ShareThis
Targeting test_cookie This cookie is used by Google Doubleclick to measure the visitors’ actions after they click through from an advert and determine if the website visitor's browser supports cookies after a user interacts with an advert. Session End of session Third-party Google Double-click
Targeting UserMatchHistory; li_oatml; lms_ads; li_fat_id; _guid These cookies are used by LinkedIn to identify its members on and off LinkedIn to provide advertising, tracking, retargeting and analytics. Persistent Default, Refer to Provider Cookie Policy Third-party LinkedIn
 

ANTHONY CROALL
Commercial Director
Dated: October 2021