Cookie Policy


Like most websites, this website uses cookies.

Otherwise known as a type of tracking software, a cookie is a small, unique, text file that is sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive. Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit

What Happens if I Block Cookies?

If you choose to withhold consent to Dytapro’ s use of Cookies, or subsequently block Cookies that you previously consented to, some aspects of the Dytapro website may not work properly and you may not be able to access all or part of our website.

Cookies we use

Cookies we currently use are explained below.

Facebook Pixel

This Cookie is placed by Facebook. It helps us to understand our audience on Facebook. In particular it helps us to see how our users move between devices when accessing the website and Facebook, to ensure that our Facebook advertising is seen by our users most likely to be interested in such advertising. For further information about the Facebook Pixel please see:


This Cookie helps is to identify our contacts from an email address when someone clicks on an email we have sent them. We can then follow that contact and personalise what information we might send them.


Stripe are a payment processing service that process all credit card payments made via the website. Stripe uses a cookie to remember who you are and to enable Dytapro to process payments without storing any credit card information on our own servers. More information is available at

LinkedIn tracking

The LinkedIn tracking cookie helps us understand more about our website visitors. The cookie uses the LinkedIn Insight Tag to track conversions, retarget website visitors, and unlock additional insights about
members interacting with our advertisements, allowing us to more readily measure the impact of our advertisements.

Twitter tracking

The Dytapro website facilitates Twitter social sharing. If you have an account with Twitter, you will have
a cookie set on your browser providing a unique ID. This will also record if you are signed in to Twitter
or not.

If you visit a page that uses Twitter social sharing, this cookie can be used by the social sharing
buttons to identify your account. If you interact with a Twitter share button, will record log
data such as your Twitter account ID, IP address, browser type, and the website you were on. This is
another cookie which helps us understand out users better.


We use reCAPTCHA solution for preventing spam requests on our public contact forms. ReCAPTCHA collects personal information from users to make this determination of whether they’re human and not a bot. The reCAPTCHA algorithm will check to see if there’s a Google cookie placed on the computer being used. Then, an additional reCAPTCHA-specific cookie will be added to the user’s browser, and a complete snapshot of the user’s browser window at that moment in time will be captured, pixel by pixel.

Some of the browser and user information collected at this time includes:
• All cookies placed by Google over the last 6 months,
• How many mouse clicks you’ve made on that screen (or touches if on a touch device),
• The CSS information for that page,
• The date,
• The language your browser is set to,
• Any plug-ins you have installed on the browser, and
• All Javascript objects


We embed videos from our official Vimeo channel. This may set cookies on your computer once you click on the Vimeo video player, but Vimeo will not store personally-identifiable cookie information for playbacks of embedded videos using the privacy-enhanced mode. We use Vimeo to host some of our video content, as a convenience for our visitors, so they can view video content on their computer and mobile devices. Read more at:


Google set a number of cookies on any page that includes a Youtube video. While we have no control over the cookies set by Google, they appear to include a mixture of pieces of information to measure the number and behaviour of Youtube users, including information that links your visits to our website with your Google account if you are signed in to one. Information about your use of our website, including your IP address, may be transmitted to Google and stored on servers in the United States.

This cookie does not identify you personally unless you are logged into Google, in which case it is linked to your Google account. No sensitive data is collected unless you log in to your google account, in that case your choices are linked with your account, for example if you click “like” on a video. For more information, read the general Google Privacy policy.

Your Consent

We hope you found this short explanation helpful. By continuing to use our website you will be deemed to accept our use of cookies as set out above.