Cookies are usually small files, given ID tags that are used to store information on web browsers. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website, and can be accessed either by your web server or devices.
Arcadier websites and services employ cookies and other similar tracking technologies in order to provide you with a personalised experience. This allows us to deliver the most relevant content tailored to you, or to help us direct you to the appropriate page of our Website.
We also use tracking pixels, which is a graphic with a 1x1 pixel dimension which loads when you visit us. This is used in our marketing communications to determine campaign engagement. These cookies can be set up by us or by third parties that we partner with in our marketing campaigns.
Some parts of the Arcadier website are functional without cookies. Most web browsers are set to accept cookies by default. You are able to delete cookies through your browser’s cookie manager, please refer to your browser’s guide to learn more. Please do note that by deleting your cookies, your browser session will be reset, disabling auto-login. This may adversely affect the functionality of any website or service we provide to you.
What are the types of cookies and similar tracking technology Arcadier uses?
Functional cookies are necessary to help our Website and Service to work as intended, including, but are not limited to:
To determine if you have logged in and active session.
To determine your preferred language.
To determine how you use the website.
Arcadier uses third-party cookies and similar tracking technologies to help us understand how you engage with our Website and Service and thus help us improve your experience. You can delete these cookies through your browser settings or through the links listed below
These third-party cookies are placed by third-party advertising platforms or networks to collect information about your visits to and actions on certain pages of our Website so that they can deliver ads for relevant products and services to you later, such as when you are on certain third-party sites. These cookies also track ad performance.