Are you looking for information on the cookies that we use on our website and how to manage them? You are invited to read through our Cookies policy.
A. What is a cookie?
A cookie (a type of site connection marker) is a text file that may be recorded onto your device (such as a computer, tablet or smartphone) during your visit to a website or when you click on a site ad. It is transmitted to your browser via the website being viewed. An anonymous identifier is allocated to each cookie so that the website being viewed can identify your device and carry out various actions including gathering information that relates to the browsing you do on the websites, and providing personalised services to you.
B. What types of cookies are transmitted on this site?
|Category of cookie||Description of purpose|
These cookies are needed for the site to function. It means that you are able to make use of certain of its functionalities such as:
Please note: If you refuse these cookies you will not be able to use the site normally.
|Cookies for targeted advertising||
|Audience measurement cookies||
Cookies may be placed by our site to draw up anonymous statistics on the volume of visits and how you use the site in order to improve its ergonomics and the content of our services.
In order to do this, our site uses Google Analytics. This tool generates reports on the site’s usage statistics. The audience measurement cookies used by this tool have a random identifier and they store anonymous information.
|Cookies for sharing on social networks||
Our site may contain icons linked to social networks (such as Facebook or Twitter) so that you can share the site’s contents on social networks or give your opinion (for example ‘Like’, ‘Share’, ‘Tweet’ etc.).
If you are connected to a social network while you browse our site then your browser will set up a
connection between the network and the site.
C. How can these cookies be managed?
You can modify your choices where cookies are concerned at any time using the methods set out below.
1. Configuring my browser
You may configure your browser as follows:
- To have the browser accept cookies or else to have the browser to systematically block them depending on the site transmitting them;
- To have the browser ask for your acceptance prior to any cookie being deposited.
Please note: If functional cookies are blocked by your browser you will not be able to use the site normally.
Each browser’s configuration is different. Instructions for how to configure the principal browsers are given below:
|Google Chrome||Internet Explorer|
If you do not use any of the browsers on this list then please go straight to your browser’s Help Menu for instructions on how to configure the browser.
2. Accessing an industry-wide cookie management platform
You may wish to visit the Youronlinechoices website that is provided by the digital advertising trade which has come together as part of the European Digital Advertising Alliance the EDAA. In France it is managed by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France.
The site acts as a cookie management platform shared by hundreds of industry representatives and is a way for you to accept or refuse either all cookies, or cookies on a case by case basis.
Youronlinechoices can be accessed via this link: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/
3. Managing Adobe Flash Player cookies
Adobe Flash Player is software that enables dynamic content to be created and viewed. It uses Flash technology that is similar to cookies to remember parameters, preferences and usage of this content. Given that your device is likely to use the Flash language to view created content, you should go straight to the site to manage Flash cookies: http://www.adobe.com/
Please note! You will not be able to manage the Flash technology via your browser.
4. Managing Google Analytics cookies
To prevent cookies being placed on your browser for audience measurement purposes, you will need to download and install the opt-out plug-in that can be accessed from this link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en-GB
D. Where can I find out more about cookies?
Go to the dedicated page on cookies on the CNIL website (the French National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties - Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés) via this link: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/