Cookie policy

Use of Cookies

Accessing this Website may involve the use of cookies. Cookies are small amounts of information stored in the browser used by each User — across the various devices they may use to browse — so that the server remembers certain information that will later and only be read by the server that implemented it. Cookies facilitate navigation, make it more user-friendly, and do not harm the browsing device.

Cookies are automatic procedures for collecting information regarding the preferences determined by the User during their visit to the Website in order to recognize them as a User, and to personalize their experience and use of the Website. They may also, for example, help identify and resolve errors.

The information collected through cookies may include the date and time of visits to the Website, the pages viewed, the time spent on the Website, and the sites visited just before and after it. However, no cookie allows it to contact the User’s phone number or any other personal contact means. No cookie can extract information from the User’s hard drive or steal personal information. The only way that the User’s private information becomes part of the Cookie file is if the user personally gives that information to the server.

Cookies that can identify a person are considered personal data. Therefore, the previously described Privacy Policy will apply to them. In this sense, the use of these cookies will require the User’s consent. This consent will be communicated, based on an authentic choice, offered through an affirmative and positive decision, prior to the initial processing, removable and documented.

Own Cookies

These are cookies that are sent to the User’s computer or device and managed exclusively by Arkaiko for the better functioning of the Website. The information collected is used to improve the quality of the Website and its Content and the User’s experience. These cookies allow recognizing the User as a recurring visitor to the Website and adapt the content to offer contents that fit their preferences.

Third-party Cookies

These are cookies used and managed by external entities that provide Arkaiko with services requested by the same to improve the Website and the user experience when browsing the Website. The main objectives for which third-party cookies are used are to obtain access statistics and analyze navigation information, that is, how the User interacts with the Website.

The information obtained refers, for example, to the number of pages visited, the language, the location of the IP address from which the User accesses, the number of Users who access, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the length of the visit, the browser they use, the operator or type of device from which the visit is made. This information is used to improve the Website, and detect new needs to offer Users Content and/or a service of optimal quality. In any case, the information is collected anonymously and trend reports of the Website are created without identifying individual users.

You can find more information about cookies, information about privacy, or consult the description of the type of cookies used, their main features, expiration period, etc., at the following link(s):

Google Analytics: https://developers.google.com/analytics/

The entity(ies) responsible for providing cookies may transfer this information to third parties, as long as it is required by law or is a third party that processes this information for these entities.

Disable, Reject and Delete Cookies

The User can disable, reject, and delete cookies — totally or partially — installed on their device through the configuration of their browser (among which are, for example, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Explorer). In this regard, the procedures for rejecting and deleting cookies may differ from one internet browser to another. Consequently, the User should go to the instructions provided by the internet browser they are using. In the event that the use of cookies is rejected — totally or partially — you can still use the Website, although the use of some of its features may be limited.