A cookie is a small data file that is placed on the user's local machine that visits the website. Cookies are used by developers to give users a better experience when browsing on its website.

Most browsers allow you to reduce the number of cookies that websites installs on the machine, by changing the appropriate settings. If these settings are not adjusted to refuse the use of cookies, ARV will install these cookies as soon as the visitor enters into different pages.

Types of cookies used by ARV

Session cookies

This type of cookie is used to improve the user experience within the website. They are used to keep track of user input, such as whether or not it was logged. This type of cookie is deleted when the user closes the browser.

Persistent cookies

These cookies are stored in one of the subfolders of the browser until the user manually deletes them or the validity period expires.


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Third party
(Google Analytics)

Used to collect information about how users interact with the website. The information is used to understand what are the most visited and most useful sections of the website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, to learn more visit:


First party

Used to store if the user has provided or not to agree to the cookie policy.