1. ARC uses ‘cookies’ on the Websites. Cookies are small computer files, which the Websites will store in your internet browser, which enable information to be transmitted to and from your internet browser and the relevant Website. We use cookies to help us learn about how each Website is used, which helps us to improve our site and make them more relevant to you. If you do not wish for ARC to use cookies when you use the Websites please adjust your Internet browser settings to not accept cookies. Your computer’s help file should tell you how to do this but please note that this may affect your ability to use the Websites. By using the Websites, you agree to our use of cookies as described above.
  2. If you don’t disable cookies the Websites will store details about your use of the Websites including, for example, your browser type and IP address.
  3. We will retain this information for up to one year.
  4. We use the information derived from cookies to help us to optimise and improve the Websites.