Last updated April 9, 2021
The Website is managed by Arvelle Therapeutics UK, with registered office at
33 Cavendish Square,
W1G 0PW London,
Arvelle has appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO), who can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on personal data processing, see the specific Website Privacy notice
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that the websites visited by the user send to and store on your computer or mobile device, before being sent back to the same websites at the next visit. Precisely thanks to the cookies, the website remembers the actions and preferences of the user (such as, for example, login data, the chosen language, font size, other display settings, etc.) so that they do not need to be entered again when the user visits the website again or browses from one page to another on it. The cookies are therefore used for IT authentications, session monitoring and the saving of information regarding the activities of users accessing a website. They may also contain a unique identifier code that can keep track of the user’s browsing within the website for statistical purposes. When browsing a website, the user can also receive cookies from different web servers or websites to that being visited (“third party cookies”) on their computer or mobile device. Some operations could not be carried out without using cookies, which in some cases are therefore technically necessary for the website’s actual function.
There are various types of cookies, depending on their characteristics and functions, and they can stay on the user’s computer or mobile device for different lengths of time: session cookies, which are automatically deleted when the browser is closed; and persistent cookies, which remain on the user’s device until a pre-established deadline.
2. Cookies used on the Website.
In particular, the Website uses:
In detail, the following cookies are on the Website;
|Cookie name||Purpose||Cookie type||Duration||Source and origin of cookies||Information recorded||Cases where it is used||Subjects with access to the information stored in the cookies|
|Data collection for statistical purposes||Analytics cookie||2 years||Google Analytics||Access to the Website and relative timing.||Whole Website||Google Ireland Ltd
For information on Google Analytics cookies see: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
For information on Google’s privacy management see: https://policies.google.com/privacy
The semantic coding of cookies (“Cookie name”) is that adopted by the cookie providers (“Source and origin of cookies”).
3. Categories of recipients of personal data
For the purposes indicated above (in the table referred to in paragraph 2), your personal data may be communicated:
Your data may also be transmitted in accordance with the law to tax authorities, police forces and judicial and administrative authorities, for the assessment and prosecution of crimes, prevention and protection from threats to public security, to allow the Data Controller to ascertain, exercise or defend a right in court, as well as for other reasons related to the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.
4. How to enable or disable cookies
You can authorize, block or delete (all or part) of the cookies using the specific functions of your browser: if the technical cookies are disabled, the Website may not be usable or certain services or functions of the Website may not be available or may not function correctly and/or you may be forced to alter or manually enter certain information or preferences each time you visit the Website (the installation of technical cookies is a necessary requirement for the proper functioning of the Website).
For details on how to set preferences on cookie use through your browser, refer to the relevant instructions.
Below are links to cookie instructions for the main browsers:
You can choose which categories of cookies to authorize by selecting them through our.
We inform you that:
In addition to this procedure, you can block or delete (in whole or in part) cookies through the specific functions of your browser (in this regard, see above). Please note that Google Analytic cookies can be disabled via the browser.
The choices you make in relation to the Website’s cookies will in turn be recorded in a specific technical cookie, having the characteristics shown in the appropriate cookie table. This cookie may, however, in some circumstances do not work properly: in such cases, we recommend that you delete unwanted cookies and inhibit their use also through the functionality of your browser.
Your preferences regarding cookies will be reset if you use different devices or browsers to access the Website or if you delete cookies from your device.
5. Transfer of personal data outside the UK or the EU/EEA
Your personal data may be transferred in countries outside the United Kingdom (UK) or the European Union (EU) / European Economic Area (EEA) that nevertheless offer an adequate level of data protection, as established by specific decisions of the European Commission (https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/international-dimension-data-protection/adequacy-decisions_en) or other competent authority.
The transfer of your personal data to countries outside the UK or the EU / EEA that do not ensure adequate levels of protection will be performed only after conclusion between the Data Controller and the recipient of the data of specific agreements, containing safeguard clauses and appropriate safeguards for the protection of your personal data which are so-called “standard model clauses”, also approved by the European Commission or other competent authority.
6. Data Rights of the data subject
As data subject, you have the right to:
In addition, as data subject, you also have the right to object, this means to
To exercise these rights, you may contact the Controller at any time, by writing to Arvelle, physical address
33 Cavendish Square,
W1G 0PW London,
or by writing to the Data Protection Officer at email@example.com
If You believe that your personal data has been processed unlawfully, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority (the UK Information Commissioner’s Office). For more information, please consult the website of the UK data protection authority: https://ico.org.uk/make-a-complaint/.
The complaint can also be made to a data protection authority other than that of the UK, if said data protection authority is that of the EU Member State in which You have your habitual place of residence or of the place where the alleged breach took place.
8. Additional information
More information and details about the various types of cookies, how they work and their characteristics is available from the free access website, independent of Arvelle, www.AllAboutCookies.org.
For information about how Arvelle processes personal data through the Website, see the specific Privacy notice.
9. Changes to this notice
P-UK-CE-2100039 September 2021