A cookie (or computer cookie) is a small information that our website send and that is stored on your browser, so that Pangeanic’s website can consult your previous activity as a user.
Cookies used on Pangeanic’s website
These are session cookies, which ensure that users who write comments on our knowledge section or blog are human and not automated applications which may leave automated comments (spam). This is the way we fight against spammers and noise in the Internet. You are safe to express your opinion about any of our articles about language and translation or about our translation company’s news, but we want to keep the site free of spamming robots.
Google Analytics stores cookies that produce statistics about the traffic and volume of visits on our site. By using our website you allow Google to treat this information for statistical purposes.
Therefore, any rights being exercised in this respect should be done communicating directly with Google. This company stores cookies on servers located in the United States and is committed to not share it with third parties, except in cases in which it is necessary for the operation of the system or when the law requires them to do so. Google says it does not save your IP address.
Google Inc. adheres to the Safe Harbor agreement, which guarantees that all data will be treated with a level of protection according to European regulations.
How can you set your cookies?
To browse and continue using Pangeanic’s website, you give your consent to the use of our cookies. Also, as a user, you have the possibility of exercising your right to block them, delete and reject the cookies. The browser also may include the possibility of specifying concretely what cookies have to be accepted and which not.
Specifically, the user can usually accept any of the following options: reject cookies from certain domains he does not feel comfortable with; reject cookies from third parties (see below); accept cookies as non-persistent (this means they will be deleted upon closing the browser); allow the server to create cookies for a different domain. Moreover, some browsers can also let users view and delete cookies individually.