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First party cookies
Our website will set some cookies that are essential for the website to operate correctly and others that helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website and also allows us to improve our site. These cookies are called first-party cookies as they are set by us
We use the following cookies:
The table below sets out more information about the individual cookies we may use across our Service and the purposes for which they are used.
|Cookie Title/Cookie Name||Purpose||Duration|
|_cookie_consent||Cookie Banner for cookie acceptance||2 years|
|_log_in, _sign_up||Technical cookies to track the session of a user||Is deleted automatically when the browser session ends|
|_ga (Google Analytics)||Analytical cookies that enable us to monitor traffic on our Website and to track which category of visitors you are.||2 years|
|Facebook Pixel||Targeting cookie used for remarketing and statistics||180 days|
Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default. However, you can remove or reject cookies in your browser’s settings. Please be aware that such action could affect the availability and functionality of the Artegian Service.
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In addition to cookies, we may use web beacons, pixel tags, and other tracking technologies on the Site to help customize the Site and improve your experience. A “web beacon” or “pixel tag” is tiny object or image embedded in a web page or email. They are used to track the number of users who have visited particular pages and viewed emails, and acquire other statistical data. They collect only a limited set of data, such as a cookie number, time and date of page or email view, and a description of the page or email on which they reside. Web beacons and pixel tags cannot be declined. However, you can limit their use by controlling the cookies that interact with them.