Use of “cookies” or “tracers

In application of the ePrivacy directive, Internet users must be informed and give their consent before certain cookies or tracers are deposited and read.

A cookie is a file that records information about your computer’s browsing on the Site, and in particular facilitates your visits to the Site. You can delete cookies installed on your computer at any time, refuse to accept new cookies and receive a warning before a new cookie is installed by configuring your browser.

Our site may contain cookies issued by third parties (in particular, cookies that may be installed by social network sharing links). The issue and use of these cookies are subject to the policies of these third parties. We invite you to consult their websites for further information.

The terms “cookies” and “tracers” cover, for example:

  • http cookies;
  • Flash” cookies;
  • The result of calculating a unique fingerprint of the terminal in the case of “fingerprinting”;
  • Web bugs;
  • Any other identifier generated by a software program or operating system, or any set of data used to calculate a unique terminal fingerprint.

They may be deposited and/or read, for example, when a website or mobile application is consulted, or when software is installed or used, regardless of the type of terminal used.

All cookies whose sole purpose is not to enable or facilitate communication by electronic means, or which are not strictly necessary for the provision of an online communication service at the express request of the user, require the prior consent of the Internet user.

How do I configure my browser?

You can deactivate cookies at any time. Your browser can also be set to notify you when cookies are placed on your computer and to ask you to accept them or not. You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis, or systematically refuse them once and for all.