1. What is a cookie?
A cookie or tracer is a small file installed on your terminal when you use or consult a website, an application or an online service.
Generally, cookies are used to remember the user's choices on the website, such as language of use, to analyze traffic on a website or mobile application, to be used for marketing or advertising purposes or to be shared on social networks.
Cookies therefore play an important role in the proper use of a website, mobile application or online services.
2. The cookies we use
As part of the operation of the Site, we use necessary cookies that allow the Site to function optimally.
We also use analytical or audience cookies through the service provided by the company Google.
This company acts on our behalf.
The cookies placed by Google allow us to collect and process your navigation data, which allows us to measure the audience of the Site and to establish aggregate statistics.
We measure the content viewed in order to evaluate and improve the ergonomics of the Site and may segment the Site's audience in order to evaluate the effectiveness of editorial choices, without this ever leading to the targeting of a single person.
We do not track your browsing outside the Site and do not share your data with third parties.
The navigational data we collect through cookies is your IP address and terminal identifier. Your IP address does not provide us with any information other than your city, and your IP address is removed or anonymized after geolocation is completed.
3. Duration of validity of cookies
Cookies and tracers have a maximum life span of thirteen months from the moment they are deposited in your terminal.
4. How is your data protected?
You can view the security measures implemented by the company Google that processes your data on our behalf.
5. How to manage cookies?
You can oppose at any time to the deposit of cookies in your terminal:
- thanks to the parameter setting of your choices via the information banner relating to the cookies accessible at the time of your first navigation
- by setting your choices by clicking on the tab cookies available at the bottom of the pages of the Site
- via the cookie manager or via the Google Analytics deactivation module accessible on the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
For more information on this module, click here.
6. More information
More information on cookies is available on the CNIL website by clicking on the following link: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-et-autres-traceurs
While waiting for the new recommendations of the CNIL on cookies, delayed because of the health emergency we are going through, you can consult its deliberation of the CNIL of July 4, 2019 on cookies and other trackers by clicking here.
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