Cookies used by Pacer Websites
Date: 3 May 2012
The following cookies are in use on our domains www.pacer.co.uk and www.pacer-usa.com :
Pacer .ASPXAUTH, ASP.Net_SessionId
These are standard session cookies placed by Microsoft.Net and used by the server platform to link the current user
to any session on the website. A session is created when a visitor arrives on the website and .Net based functionality
occurs that requires the website to link it to a user. This means that if this cookie is disabled, the functionality of the
website may be diminished. The stored cookie does not contain personal information, and any data is encrypted.
A little more (technical) info can be found here:
Pacer _pacer*, e.g. _pacer600.451
These cookies are used to track the downloading of PDF datasheets. No personal information is stored with the
cookies and they are anonymous in nature.
Google Analytics _utma, _utmb, _utmz, _utmv
These analytical cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use this website. The information is used to
compile reports and to help improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the
number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.
addthis.com Uid, uvc, uit, psc
These third party cookies are used by addthis.com on those of our webpages which allow social sharing functions.
eg our news pages allow you to share them with others via social media such as Facebook or Twitter.
In some cases, this may involve you receiving a cookie from an NAI-approved advertising partner.
addthis.com is very widely used on websites - please visit the links below for a lot more information on
how their cookies operate and how you can edit your preferences:
Twitter k, guest_id
These third party cookies are used by Twitter to communicate data from Twitter feeds and are anonymous in nature.
Cookies used by Pacer E-newsletters
Pacer uses Newsweaver to send email newsletters about products and technologies, to prospects and customers who we believe will be interested in the newsletter content.
Newsweaver tracks email opens using an invisible 1x1 pixel unique image that is placed in each email sent by our system i.e. not a cookie. Newsweaver also uses temporary session cookies in microsites, which are necessary for the operation of the system.