Cookie policy

What are cookies? A cookie is a small text, image or software file that is placed and stored on your computer, smartphone or other Internet-enabled device when you visit our site and services, subject to the choices you have made, which will be used to recognize your device when you log on to our site. These cookies enable us to establish statistics and counts of the number of visitors and use of the various sections and contents of our site and to carry out studies to improve the content. The information concerning your navigation is erased or anonymised:
  • after 90 days when this information is used to send you personalised advertising and content;
  • after 6 months when this information is used to draw up statistics and counts of visits and use of the various sections and contents of our site and services.
When you browse our site, you accept by default to install these cookies on your browser. To refuse them, you can configure the preferences of your browser software (see explanations below). Third-party cookies Our site may contain links to and from partner and other third party sites. If you link to any of these sites, please note that they have their own privacy policies and that our responsibility ends when you leave our site. Please check their privacy policies before submitting your personal data to third party sites. Cookies embedded in third party applications on our Sites or Services We may include a third party computer application in some of the features of our site or services, allowing the sharing of content by users of our site or services, such as the Facebook "Share" or "Like" buttons, or the "Twitter", "LinkedIn", "Viadeo" buttons, etc. The social network providing one of these applications is likely to identify you thanks to its buttons and its own cookies, even if you did not use them when consulting our site or our services, simply because you have an account opened on your terminal with the social network concerned.We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect this information and invite you to consult their privacy policies. If you would like more information about cookies, how they work and how they are used, you can visit www.cnil.fr . Our advice: do not deactivate cookies as this will prevent you from benefiting from the functionalities of certain sites whose service proposal depends on the use of these same cookies. You can change the way cookies are managed by configuring your computer according to your web browser: You use Microsoft Internet Explorer :
  • In Internet Explorer, click on the 'Tools' button and then on 'Internet Options'.
  • On the General tab, under "Browsing History", click on "Settings".
  • Click on the "View files" button.
  • Click on the 'Name' column heading to sort all files alphabetically, then scroll down the list until you see files starting with the prefix 'Cookie'. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie.)
  • Select the relevant cookie(s) and delete them.
  • Close the window containing the list of files, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer. You can find more information about cookies on the Microsoft website at this address: http://www.microsoft.com/info/cookies.htm?RLD=291
You use FireFox :
  • Go to the 'Tools' tab of the browser and select the 'Options' menu.
  • In the window that appears, choose "Privacy" and click on "Show cookies".
  • Locate the affected files, select them and delete them.
You use Google Chrome :
  • Click on the "Tools" menu icon.
  • Select "Options".
  • Click on the 'Advanced Options' tab and go to the 'Privacy' section.
  • Click on the "Show Cookies" button.
  • Locate the affected files, select them and delete them.
  • Click on "Close" to return to your browser.
You are using Safari :
  • In your browser, choose "Edit > Preferences".
  • Click on "Security".
  • Click on "Show cookies".
  • Select the relevant cookies and click on "Delete" or "Delete All".
  • After deleting the cookies, click on "Done".