PACI Privacy and Cookie Policy

This Privacy and Cookie Policy explain how PACI processes information about you both directly and indirectly. Please read this Privacy and Cookie Policy in conjunction with the terms & conditions of the particular service or services you are using.

"Personal Data" is any data that identifies you. You agree that the Personal Data which you supply to us will be true, complete and accurate in all respects and you agree to notify us immediately of any changes to that.

PACI will use your Personal Data which you provide to us together with other information we collect for providing the PACI services to you.

We may use your Personal Data to personalize your visits to our websites and recommend services to you. We may also use the information to help us develop our offers and the layout of our websites to ensure that our services are as useful and enjoyable as possible.


A cookie is a small, unique text file that is saved on your hard disk by a website. The cookie is used by the web site to identify your computer whenever you visit that website. Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. Cookies can only be read by a web server from the same domain that saved the cookie on your computer. PACI may use cookies and Web beacons (also known as 'pixel tags') to help you save time, track your usage patterns and provide you with a more personalised service on our web site. The main purpose of a cookie is to tell the Web server that you have returned to a specific Web page. For example, if you personalise Web pages, or register for products or services, a cookie helps our Web page server to recall your specific information. When you next visit the PACI web site, the information you previously provided can be retrieved, so you can easily use the website features that you previously chose. Even if you use more than one computer on a regular basis, we can link cookies together so you will still receive a personalized online experience. PACI can also personalize the information you see based on what we already know about you, so that you spend less time looking for things.