Doofinder Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of data stored by a web browser while a user browses a website. When a user visits a website, the server sends cookies to the user's browser, which are then automatically sent back to the server with each subsequent interaction, helping the server remember information about the user.

As cookies are sent automatically and to prevent sharing the information automatically with other sites, Doofinder does not use cookies.

Instead, we store minimal, anonymous information in the browser using browser APIs that don't share information automatically with other sites.

Basically our layers generate an unique, random id used to track interactions with layers in the browser during a 24-hour period. The id can't be used to identify a specific device or user in any way and it's not shared between browsers nor devices or other sites.