1. What are cookies?
We use the word “cookies” to refer to the cookie modules and the similar technologies via which information can be automatically collected. The word “cookie” refers to technologies based on the principle of storing and accessing information concerning the device (e.g. PC, laptop, tablet, mobile phone) used by a visitor of a website. The cookie files are the text files that comprise small amounts of information consisting of letters and numbers, which will be stored on a user’s device.
Cookies are installed at the request issued by a webserver to a browser (e.g.: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome) and are entirely “passive” (they do not include software, malware or spyware and cannot access the information on the user’s hard drive).
Cookies contain information connecting a user of a website to a webserver. If a user accesses that website again, the webserver will read the previously stored information and will recognize that user upon the following visit.
Cookies are mainly used to help the user navigate the website efficiently, to carry out certain functions and to allow the website to remember the user’s actions or preferences over time (and then to use that information for various purposes such as analyses, statistics or online advertising).
2. Who can place cookies through the Site
The cookies set by the Site owner (Artexim, in our case) are named “first-party” cookies. Cookies set by parties other than the website owner are “third-party” type of cookies.
Cookies are used to provide users of the Site with a better navigation experience and with services adjusted to the needs and interest of each specific user, namely for:
- improving the use of this Site, including by identifying any errors occurring during the visit/use thereof by the users;
- supplying Artexim, as owner, with anonymous statistics as regards how this Site is used.
Based on the feedback sent through the cookies in connection with how this Site is used, Artexim is able to take measures in order for this Site to be more efficient and more accessible for users.
The specific types of first-party and third-party cookies used via our Site and the purposes they achieve are described below.
3. What types of cookies are used through this Site
We use two categories of Cookies: (1) necessary Cookies for technical purposes, in the absence of which the functionality of the website would be low, and (2) optional Cookies.
3.1. Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of our Site and for using certain features, such as accessing secured areas and identifying any access on our website that potentially poses a security risk. These cookies do not store personal data.
Moreover, we use these cookies to remember your options as regards cookie setting on our website. You can block or delete these types of cookies, by changing the browser settings, as described in “How can I control the cookies?” section.
3.2. Optional first-party and third-party cookies
The optional cookies are listed in the table in the final part of this document.
4. How can you control the cookies?
The Cookies strictly necessary for technical purposes ensure the functionality of the Site. You can configure or change the settings of your browser in order to accept or reject the strictly necessary cookies. If you choose to reject these strictly necessary cookies on the Site, you are still able to use the Site, but your access to certain Site functionalities and areas may be restricted. Since each browser is different in terms of how you can reject the cookies from the browser control settings, you should visit the Help menu of your browser for more information.
We will not use optional cookies without your prior consent. When you access the Site for the first time, a banner will appear on the Site, which will ask for your consent in order for the optional cookies to be used. If you consent, we will set a cookie on your device and the banner will stay minimised in the bottom right part of the screen and you can change the settings any time you wish.
The setting is also valid for third parties’ cookie modules and they can be turned off from the same general setting of optional cookies if you do not wish them to be active during your navigation sessions on our website.
5. Additional details and contact
If you have any queries as regards our use of the cookies or of other technologies, please send an e-mail to [email protected]
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|cookielawinfo-checkbox-non-necessary||1st party||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin and is used to store the user’s consent for “non-essential” Cookies category||390 days|
|__atuvc||3rd party||This cookie is set by Addthis to ensure that the user is able to view the updated count if they share a page and return to it before the cache cookie is updated.||390 days|
|__atuvs||3rd party||This cookie is set by Addthis to ensure that the user is able to view the updated count if they share a page and return to it before the cache cookie is updated||390 days|
|__atssc||3rd party||This cookie describes whether there is a specific cookie or localStorage is responsible for sharing, collecting or storing personal data.||2 years|
|browser_id||3rd party||Unique identifier for the web browser used by Google||390 days|
|PHPSESSID||1st party||PHPSESSID is a native cookie for PHP and allows the website to store a series of serialised data. At Action level, it is used to establish a user’s session and to send the status data via a temporary cookie, generically referred to as Session Cookie.||Session Cookie|
|_fbp||3rd party||The cookie is set by Facebook to deliver advertisements when Facebook or another digital platform powered by Facebook advertising is visited after this website.||390 days|
|_ga||3rd party||The cookie is set by Google Analytics and used to calculate the visitors, sessions, data related to campaigns, and to take into account the use of the website for the generated analysis reports. The cookie stores the information anonymously and allots a randomly generated number to identify the unique visitors.||390 days|
|_gid||3rd party||The cookie is set by Google Analytics and used to store information as regards how the visitor uses the website and helps create the analysis reports concerning how the website is used. The data are collected, including the number of visitors, the sources from where the website was reached and the visited web pages, in anonymous format.||390 days|
|_gat_gtag_UA_5735833_34||3rd party||The cookie is set by Google Analytics and used to store information as regards how the visitor uses the website and helps create the analysis reports concerning how the website is used. The data are collected, including the number of visitors, the sources from where the website was reached and the visited web pages, in anonymous format.||390 days|
|GPS||3rd party||The cookie is set by YouTube and logs a unique ID in order to track users depending on their geographical area.||390 days|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||3rd party||The cookie is set by YouTube and logs information related to the YouTube videos embedded on the website.||390 days|
|CONSENT||1st party||Cookie for consenting to the Cookie Banner and information||390 days|
|test_cookie||3rd party||This cookie is set by doubleclick.net. Its purpose is to determine whether the visitor’s browser supports cookies.||390 days|
|IDE||3rd party||Cookie used by Google DoubleClick that stores information concerning how visitors are using the website and any other type of advertising prior to the visit. These data are used to present the users with advertisements relevant for their profile.||390 days|
|fr||3rd party||Cookie set by Facebook to deliver relevant advertisements to visitors, to measure and improve their efficiency. The cookie also tracks the user’s online behaviour on websites that contain Facebook Pixel or Facebook Social Plugin.||390 days|
|uvc||3rd party||Cookie set by addthis.com to determine the use of the addthis.com services.||390 days|
|loc||3rd party||Cookie set by addthis.com to determine where the users of the addthis.com services are located||390 days|
|na_id||3rd party||Allows users to share the page via social networks.||1 year|
|uid||3rd party||Allows users to share the page via social networks.||1 year|
|ouid||3rd party||Allows users to share the page via social networks.||1 year|
|ssc||3rd party||Allows users to share the page via social networks.||1 year|
|mus||3rd party||Allows users to share the page via social networks.||1 year|
|na_tc||3rd party||Allows users to share the page via social networks.||1 year|
|YSC||3rd party||The cookie is set by YouTube and logs information related to the YouTube videos embedded on the website.||Session Cookie|
|ajs_anonymous_id||3rd party||This cookie stores the anonymous user ID used by Segmet.io, used to anonymously identify visitors in order to measure the update of information and the potential conversion into registered users.||1 year|
|google%3B17%2Cfacebook%3B4%2Cmessenger%3B4||3rd party||This cookie stores the anonymous user ID used by Segmet.io, used to anonymously identify visitors in order to measure the update of information and the potential conversion into registered users.||1 year|