- Technical cookies: these allow the user to navigate through the website or application and use the various options or services there.
- Statistical analysis cookies: these allow the monitoring and analysis of user behavior on websites, in order to make improvements to the service and functionality for users.
- Advertising cookies: these allow the effective management of advertising spaces which are included in the Web page or application from which the service is provided.
- Third Party Cookies: no information is passed to third parties
Why are we informing you about cookies?
All websites are obligated by law to inform users about which browser cookies are left or accessed on the user’s equipment. The executive order requires that the website obtain consent from the user when storing browser cookies on the user’s IT equipment. You have given this consent by using our website.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, smartphone or other device when you access the internet. Each cookie contains various data such as, for example, the name of the server and a numeric identifier. Cookies can remain in the system for the duration of a session (until you close the browser used for web browsing) or for long periods and may contain a unique identifier.
Why are Cookies used?
Some cookies are used to perform information authentication monitoring of sessions and storing of specific information about users who log on to a web page. These cookies, called technical cookies, are often useful, make the interaction between you and the website faster and easier for example when making purchases online or when you authenticate to a reserved access areas or when a website automatically recognizes the language usually used.
A particular type of cookie, called analytics, are then used to gather information such as the number of visitors and how they visit a website, and then draw general statistics about the service and its use. Cookie profiling may instead be used to track and profile users while browsing, study their habits of consultation on the Web or consumption (what they buy, what they read, etc.) Also in order to send targeted advertising (Behavioural Advertising).
Third party cookies are set by a different organisation to the owner of the website you are visiting and are embedded in the elements present in other pages such as banners, images and videos.
Options to navigate without cookie
If you have accepted browser cookies from arcese.com it is always possible to remove them again in the settings for your internet browser. The third-party cookies are not generally necessary to navigate, so you can block them through specific functions of your browser. The “Do Not Track” option is present in the majority of newer browsers.
Web sites designed to comply with this option, when activated, should automatically stop collecting some of your browsing data. As mentioned, however, not all websites are set up to comply with this option (discretionary). You can activate the “private browsing” mode. Using this feature you can navigate without providing navigation data to the browser. The private browsing feature does not guarantee, however, the anonymity on the Internet, because it serves only to maintain the navigation data in the browser, whereas your browsing data will continue to be available to the operators of Web sites and providers of connectivity. If you wish to delete cookies directly, there are special functions in all browsers. But remember that every time you connect to the internet, you download new cookie, so the delete operation should be performed periodically. Some browsers offer automated systems for periodic deletion of cookies.
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