A Cookie is a compact piece of information that is stored on your computer. For example, a Cookie supports the recollection of your details. Whilst visiting www.mpc.en this Cookie is created and accessed by our systems. Most browsers accept cookies, although generally it is possible to change the settings of your browser so that it refuses them.
Non-functional cookies that we use:
Google analytics cookie (cookie name: __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz)
Google Analytics is a web analysis service, provided by Google Inc., which measures visitor data. This may include visitor numbers, number of switchers and participants in a promotional action. MPC Industries B.V. cannot see who (which pc) is visiting the website. As a service provider, Google can.
__utma ( 2 years )
__utmb ( 30 minutes )
__utmc ( end of the session )
__utmz ( 6 months )
Twitter (cookie name: _twitter_sess, guest_id, k)
This cookie is only set if you use Twitter and are logged in for this service. It enables you to (re)tweet messages.
_twitter_sess ( end of the session )
guest_id ( 6 months )
k ( 6 months)
Google+ (cookie name: SS, PREF, NID)
This cookie is only set if you use Google+ and are logged in for this service. These cookies enable you to +1 messages.
SS ( month )
PREF ( 6 months )
NID ( 6 months )
Pinterest (cookiename: _pinterest_sess)
This cookie is only set if you use Pinterest and are logged in for this service. These cookies enable you to repin images.
_pinterest_sess (6 months)
Facebook (cookie name: reg_fb_gate, reg_fb_ref, datr,lsd)
These cookies are only set if you use Facebook and are logged in for this service. It enables you to “like” messages.
reg_fb_gate ( end of the session )
reg_fb_ref ( end of the session )
datr ( 6 months )
lsd ( end of the session)
Further explanation of Google Analytics website statistics
This website uses Google Analytics: a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies” (text files that are placed on your computer) to help the website analyse how visitors are using the website. The information on your use of the website generated by the cookie (including your IP address) are sent to Google and saved on servers in the United States. Google uses this information to keep track of how you use the website, to create reports about website activity for website operators and to provide other services concerning website activity and internet use.
By using this website, you give permission for Google to process the information in the manner and for the purposes outlined above.