When you visit our website, information about your device’s navigation may be stored in files called “Cookies”, subject to the choices you have made and which you can change at any time.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are installed on your computer or device when you visit our websites.
Purpose of cookies
– Remember your navigation preferences such as language, font size, page layout or preferred colours. All this to allow you to browse our site faster and easier.
– Collect analytical information to, for example, count the number of visitors to our websites and identify which pages of our websites you visit most often. We use the analytical data we collect for marketing and resource planning purposes.
– Determine whether our visitors can easily adapt to changes we can make to our websites.
Information collected through cookies
Cookies help us collect information about how you use our website, but we do not store any personally identifiable information in our cookie data about you. We only record a unique session ID that will help us find a user profile and preferences the next time you visit.
Types of cookies
– Session cookies: Cookies of this type are temporarily stored on your computer or device during a browsing session. They are deleted from your computer or device at the end of the browsing session.
– Permanent cookies: Cookies of this type remain on your computer longer. Permanent cookies help us to recognize you when we need to know who you are for more than one browsing session.
Most browsers have options in their menus that allow you to manage your cookies by adjusting or configuring your cookie settings. Generally, the browser offers you the possibility:
– to display your cookies;
– to allow cookies;
– to disable all cookies, or only specific cookies;
– to disable all cookies when you close your browser;
– to block cookies;
– to be informed when you receive a cookie.
Please note that if you choose to block our cookies, most of the features of this site will be disabled (including registration, the ability to post a comment and any other interaction) and your browsing may also be affected. If you configure your browser options to delete all cookies, your browser preferences will be deleted when you close your browser.
Configuration of the navigation software
The User may configure his browser software in such a way that Cookies are stored in the terminal or, on the contrary, that they are rejected, either systematically or according to their originator. The User may also configure his browser software in such a way that the acceptance or rejection of Cookies is offered to him from time to time, before a Cookie is likely to be saved in his terminal.
For the management of Cookies and User choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the browser’s help menu, which will allow you to find out how to change your cookie preferences :
For Internet Explorer™ :
For Opera™ :
Additional information on cookies
To learn more about cookies, we invite you to visit the CNIL page: