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Cookie policy

1.- Introduction

At Aritmos (Informática del Segre, S.L.) we use cookies with the aim of giving better service and providing you with a better browsing experience.

We would like to tell you clearly and precisely about the cookies that we use, so you can read below what a cookie is, what it is for, what types of cookies we use, what their purposes are and how you can change your settings to admit or refuse them as you wish.

2.- What is a cookie and what is it for?

A "cookie" is a small file which is stored in the user’s computer, tablet, smartphone or any other device with information on browsing.

As a whole, the "cookies" from all our users help us to improve the quality of our web, enabling us to monitor which pages are useful, which are not and which could be improved.

Cookies are essential to how the internet works, contributing innumerable advantages in the provision of interactive services, assisting your browsing and the usability of our web.

Cookies cannot damage your system in any way. On the contrary, active cookies help us to identify and correct errors.

3.- What types of cookies do we use?

a.- According to who manages them

Own cookies: These are sent to your equipment from our own systems or domains from which we provide the services that you ask us for.

Third party cookies: These are sent to your equipment from a system or domain not managed by ourselves, but by another collaborating entity. For example, those used by the social media, or with external content, such as Google Maps.

b.- According to how long they remain activated

Session cookies: These are temporary cookies which stay in the cookies file of your browser until you leave the webpage, which means that none remain registered on your computer’s hard drive. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyse trends in the traffic on the web. In the long run, this enables us to provide a better experience and improve contents and ease of use.

Persistent cookies: These are stored on the hard drive and our web reads them every time you make a new visit. A permanent web has a set expiry date. The cookie will cease to function after that date. We use these cookies, generally, to assist in purchase and registration services.

c.- According to their purpose

Technical cookies: These cookies are necessary for browsing and to ensure that our webpage functions well. For example, they enable us to control traffic and data communication, entry to sections with restricted access, deal with the purchase process for an order, use security elements, store contents so as to be able to transmit videos or share contents through the social media, etc.

Personalisation cookies: These allow you to access the service with some predefined characteristics drawn from a series of criteria, for example language, the type of browser that you are using to access the service, the regional configuration from which you access the service, etc.

Analysis cookies: These enable us to quantify the number of users and thus take measurements for a statistical analysis of how users make use of the services provided. To do this they analyse your browsing on our webpage in order to improve our offer of products and services.

Advertising cookies: These enable management of advertising spaces that may be included in our webpage in the most effective way possible.

Behavioural advertising cookies: These cookies store information on the behaviour of users obtained through continued observation. As a result, we can be aware of your internet browsing habits and show you ads related with your browsing profile.

4.- The purpose of each of the cookies used

Now we set out a list of the cookies used in our web and their purposes.

a.- List of cookies used in the domain
  • _ga - This is a cookie from Google Analytics which uses an anonymous identifier to distinguish anonymous users. This cookie analyses the interactions of users in order to optimise the services offered. They last for two years.
  • _gid - This is a cookie from Google Analytics which is used to distinguish users. It lasts for 24 hours.
  • ARRAffinity - As the portal is housed on the Windows Azure platform, the ARRAffinity cookie is used to control the balance of load and ensure that all the user’s petitions are addressed to the same server in any browsing session.
  • ARRAffinitySameSite - As the portal is housed on the Windows Azure platform, the ARRAffinity cookie is used to control the balance of load and ensure that all the user’s petitions are addressed to the same server in any browsing session.
  • ssi–lastInteraction - Site Search 360 stores the date of the user’s last secure session when visiting the site. HTTP for 1 day.
  • ssi–sessionId - Site Search 360 helps us to be more efficient in offering you a secure connection, reusing one that the user has used before. HTTP for 1 year.

This list will be updated as soon as possible when there are changes in the website services offered.

However, occasionally during the updating it can happen that the list may not include some particular cookie, although it will always refer to cookies with purposes identical to those listed.

5.- How can you allow or disable your cookies?

You can allow, block or remove the cookies installed in your system by adjusting the options settings of your Internet browser.

If you do not allow the installation of cookies in your browser it is possible that you may not be able to access come of the services and therefore your experience on our web may be less satisfactory.

The following links give you all the information you need to allow or disable your cookies with each browser: