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Below, you will find an overview of the cookies used on our website:
These cookies are necessary for our website to function and to allow the functions you request to work. For example, they let you navigate between the different parts of our website.
We use these cookies to simplify how our website functions and to ensure that you receive a more personalized browsing experience. For this reason, these cookies store some of your preferences which make it more enjoyable to browse our website.
Arte works together with third parties in order to be able to offer certain content or functions, such as YouTube videos, Facebook links, etc. Using third-party services can enhance visits to our website. These third parties can place cookies on our website to record certain data, for example to analyse the clicking behaviour of visitors.
This website uses Google Analytics. Cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website, with the intention of improving the content, tailoring it more to the needs of visitors and making it easier to use our website. For instance, there is a cookie which records the number of unique visitors, and another which monitors which are the most popular pages.