Visitors have the option to manage certain types of cookies and can do so by choosing which cookies they opt-in to by using the slider/radio buttons in the Privacy Preference Center.
You have the option to not accept all cookies, and you can change your mind at any time by adjusting your browser settings (see the “How to Control Cookies” section below). Visitors from all locations can choose to block or limit cookies, and can delete them from their device at any time. Keep in mind that if you choose not to accept or delete our cookies, some parts of our Services may take longer to load or may not work correctly.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that we may place on your computer or mobile device when you visit our website. They allow us to recognize your browser when you return to our website. Cookies can store your preferences and other information, but they cannot access information on your hard drive or read cookies created by other websites.Regenerate response
Cookies set by the website owner (in this case, archisoup) are called “first-party cookies.” Cookies set by entities other than the website owner are called “third-party cookies.” Third-party cookies allow us to offer additional features or functionality through our website, such as advertising, social media features, and analytics.
The Cookies We Use
Cookies also enable us to gather usage statistics of our website, which in turn helps us improve and personalize our content and other offerings.
The specific types of first-party and third-party cookies we use on our website and their specific purposes are described below.
A cookie is a small data file that a website may ask your browser to store on your device when you visit it, this is to remember things like your language preference or login information. These cookies are set by us and are referred to as first-party cookies.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are required for the operation of our Website. They include, for example, cookies that enable you to log in securely to areas of the Website or for the search functionality to work.
These cookies are used for website functionality, such as recognizing you when you return to our website. They allow us to tailor our content to your preferences, such as your preferred language or region, but are not essential to the website’s performance.
These cookies allow us to track the number of visits and sources of traffic to our site, so we can evaluate and improve its performance. They help us understand which pages are more and less popular and how visitors navigate the site. The information collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous. If you don’t allow these cookies, we won’t know when you’ve visited our site.
Targeting and Advertising Cookies
These cookies are used to personalize the advertising on our website to make it more relevant to you. They prevent ads from reappearing and ensure that the ads are displayed correctly. Some third-party cookies may track users across multiple websites and deliver ads that align with your interests.
How to Control Cookies
Visitors can manage certain types of cookies by using the slider/radio buttons in the Privacy Preference Center or by clicking the “Manage Cookie Preferences” button.
As previously mentioned, you don’t have to accept all cookies. For cookies other than Strictly Necessary cookies, you can withdraw consent for individual cookies, groups of cookies, or entire categories at any time. However, withdrawing consent may prevent you from using certain features on our website.
You can do this by using the appropriate opt-out slider/radio button in the website cookie banner, the cookie table, the Privacy Preference Center, or by adjusting the settings on your browser to block or limit cookies.
Please follow the links below to helpful information for the most popular browsers:
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In addition, you can exercise advertising cookie choices by visiting:
In addition to cookies, we also use other technologies to recognize and track visitors on our website. A web beacon (also known as a “tracking pixel” or “clear GIF”) is a small, transparent image (usually a one-pixel tag) that is delivered through a web browser or HTML email, often in combination with a cookie.
Web beacons allow us to, for example, monitor how users navigate between pages on our website, track access to our communications, understand if users have reached our website from an online advertisement on a third-party website, measure how ads have been viewed, and improve site performance.
These cookies include analytical/performance cookies or targeting cookies. These companies may use information about your visits to this and other websites to show you relevant advertisements for goods and services that may interest you. They may also use technology to measure the effectiveness of advertisements.
Changes to this Policy