Cookies charter

The present Cookies Charter governs their use and operation on the MyPentalog.com Website.

 

1. What is a cookie?

1.1. A cookie is a text file placed temporarily in the memory of the User's PC ("session" cookie), or stored permanently on the hard disk ("persistent" cookie), by a Web page server. Cookies cannot execute programs or introduce viruses into the computer. Cookies are attributed in a unique manner and can be read only by a web server of the domain which transmitted them.

1.2. Cookies are attributed in a unique manner, and can be read only by a web server of the domain

which transmitted them.

 

2. How does MyPentalog use cookies?

2.1. MyPentalog uses cookies to personalise and optimise browsing and online time.

 

3. What control does a user have over cookies?

3.1. All Users are free to accept or refuse cookies at any time by modifying the settings of their Web browser. However, if cookies are refused this can impair performance and negatively influence browsing of the website.

 

4. Amendment of the Charter on use of Cookies

4.1. MyPentalog reserves the right to amend its Cookies Charter at any time. MyPentalog shall publish

all substantial amendments on its Website visibly, and they shall be applicable from publication of them.

 

Document updated on May 25th 2018.