A cookie is a text file that is stored by the browser when accessing certain web pages. Cookies are used to optimise the user’s navigation (e.g. allowing you to store your favourite navigation settings, such as the language to use). Cookies are then used as a tool to provide browsers with a better user experience.
You can configure your browser to accept or reject cookies (by default it is usually set to accept cookies), or delete the ones that are already stored on your device. Below is a list of the main browsers and the path to the section where you can manage cookies:
There are two types:
There is also a distinction between first-party and third-party cookies: first-party cookies are those owned and for the exclusive use of the owner of the website (for activities that fall under both categories, technical and non-technical cookies), while third-party cookies are the ones used by third parties to collect information about users anonymously. They can use this information to profile users based on their activity on the Peter’s Pence website and on other sites you have visited.
The Peter’s Pence website uses only technical, first-party and third-party cookies as specified below.Types of cookies
Essential and functionality cookies. Property of Peter’s Pence and third parties
Cookies are essential for the proper use and browsing of the website. For this reason they cannot be disabled, but are not used for marketing purposes nor trace the user unambiguously during browsing. These cookies are saved during the browsing session and are not eliminated on closing the browser with which browsing was performed.
Technical cookies owned by Peter’s Pence
Third-party analysis cookies
Analysis cookies, in particular those of Google Analytics used on the Peter’s Pence website, are used for statistical analysis of the way users browse a website. The data is used in aggregate form and allow us to improve the website, using metrics such as: number of page views, time spent on pages, browser types and devices used.Ownership and types of cookies
Non-technical cookies managed as technical cookies. Owned by Google