GDRP, Privacy & Cookies

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a piece of information that a website transfers to an appropriate file of the browser on your computer’s hard disk so that the website can remember who you are. Cookies can help a website to arrange its content to match your preferred interests more quickly – most major websites use cookies.

 • Note that Cookies alone cannot be used to identify you

A cookie will typically contain the name of the domain from which the cookie has come; the “lifetime” of the cookie; and an identification indicator, usually a unique random number.

Three types of cookies are used on many websites including ours:

Session Cookies are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave our site, when they are deleted automatically. They allow you to carry information across pages of the site and avoid having to re-enter information.

Persistent Cookies, remain in the cookie file of your browser for much longer – though how long will depend on the lifetime of the specific cookie and you can often specify their lifetime from within your browser.

They are used to:

 • Help us recognise you as a unique visitor by using a unique number when you return to the website. Note: you cannot be identified personally when you return to our website.
 • Allow us to tailor content or advertisements to match your preferred interests or to avoid showing you the same adverts repeatedly.
 • Compile anonymous statistics that allow us to understand how users use our site and to help us improve the structure of our website. We cannot identify you personally in this way

Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings, usually via a drop down menu. See the help files of your browser for information on how to do this. Also to find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit

For instance, you may delete or block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site may not work if you block all of them in the first place. A good compromise is to allow cookies for each session only and arrange for them to always be automatically deleted when leaving a site.

Metrum Acoustics DOES NOT share non-personally identifiable information with third parties to enhance our marketing and deliver relevant content to our users.


To better understand how a provider uses and stores the data shared with them, check their privacy policies directly:

Metrum Acoustics works with three payment gateways, namely STRIPE, AMAZON and PAYPAL.

Amazon Pay:



What data is collected

Information shared with a payment provider to process payments includes:

  • Name
  • Email
  • Address
  • Phone
  • City/State/Zip
  • Unique payment identifier
  • Payment provider identifier


To take advantage of the real-time shipping rates, fulfill orders and track shipments, certain information about you and your customer (as it relates to shipping), shopping carts, orders, and the configuration of your site will be passed to the respective mailing service.

Right To Erasure

Sometimes a customer wants to remove their digital footprint from the Internet. Maybe they were the victim of identity theft, suffered online harassment, or just want reduce their online presence. Whatever the reason, store owners who collect data from EU residents can expect to receive “Right to Erasure” requests under the GDPR.

As with Right of Access requests, the data a person can expect to be erased includes the obvious — name, address, phone number — and the less obvious, like tracking numbers and VAT IDs.