Cookie policy

1. Use of cookies

Archer BV processes personal data collected via its website that are collected when using the website, such as IP address, browser type, the number of times you visited the website and the pages you visited. This personal data has been obtained with the help of cookies. Archer BV uses this data for statistical and performance purposes.

2. What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file that is installed in the browser of your computer or mobile device by a website's server when you consult a website. The use of cookies makes it possible to recognize visitors’ browsers, with the aim of remembering information about you. It usually contains the name of the server that placed the cookie as well as a unique code which makes it possible for your browser to be recognized when you visit the website. It allows us to retain certain settings, such as your language choice, to make your visit to the website faster and easier. Cookies can also be used to make the content or advertisement on a website more relevant for the visitor and can be adapted to his personal taste and needs. Certain cookies can be placed by a third party, for example Google Analytics for measuring the use of the website. If you do not want a website to place cookies on your computer, you can change the settings of your browser. This is explained further in the next section.

3. Types of cookies

3.1 How long are cookies stored?

Temporary cookies

Temporary cookies are only temporarily stored in your browser or application. As soon as you close and leave your browser or application, those cookies will be deleted.

Permanent cookies

Permanent cookies remain on your computer or mobile device, even if you close the browser or the application. Permanent cookies make it possible to recognize you during subsequent visits to the website or application. Permanent cookies remain on your device until their end date is reached, until a new cookie is installed, or until you delete them in your settings of your browser, application, or mobile device.

3.2 Who places and manages cookies?

First-party cookies

First-party cookies are cookies that Archer BV manages and that are specific to the visited or used online service.

Third party cookies

Third party cookies are cookies that are managed and placed by a third party. This happens during your visit or use of the website. Third party cookies ensure that certain information is sent to third parties by your visit to the website.

3.3 Why cookies?

Necessary cookies

Necessary or essential cookies are cookies that are necessary for the operation of the website. It is therefore advised not to disable these cookies.

Functional cookies

These are cookies that ensure that the website functions properly. Examples of this are cookies for:

  • remembering your login details

  • ensuring the security of your login details

  • ensuring the uniformity of the layout of the website

Performance and analysis cookies

Based on these cookies, information is collected about the way visitors use our website. This is done with the intention to improve the content of our websites, to further adapt it to the wishes of the visitors and to increase the usability of our websites, for example google analytics.

Social media cookies

The website can implement so-called embedded elements of other third parties, such as Youtube, Twitter and Facebook. These are used to integrate social media into the website via plug-ins.

Other cookies

These are cookies that do not belong to one of the above categories of cookies. For example, cookies that can be used to make web analyzes themselves to optimize the website. In addition to the above-mentioned performance and analysis cookies, other web analysis cookies can be used. These will probably have to be disabled because identifiable personal data may be processed here. This is not the case with the mentioned performance analysis cookies.

4. The Forex Dictionary uses different types of cookies.

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  • Type: first party

  • Function: essential cookie

  • Lifetime: session



  • Type: third party

  • Function: analytical and functional cookies

  • Lifetime: varies between then end of the session to 2 years after the session

  • Privacy:


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