Cookie management

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that websites put on your computer's hard drive during your first visit.

The cookie contains a unique code to recognize your browser during your visit to the website ("session cookie") or during future repeated visits ("permanent cookie"). Cookies can be placed by the server of the website you visit or by partners with whom this website collaborates. The server of a website can only read the cookies it has placed itself; it does not have access to any other information on your computer or mobile device. Cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device in your browser directory. The content of a cookie typically consists of the name of the server that placed the cookie, an expiration date, and a unique encrypted code.

Important: cookies are completely harmless. They do not erase any data from your computer, alter any files or programs, and can not contain any viruses.

What do cookies do?

Thanks to a cookie, our website can recognize you while preserving your anonymity. The website reads your preferences and automatically adapts to your wishes. But this information is in no way related to your name or identity. Thus, for example, these cookies allow you to surf directly in your language, avoid that each time you have to complete your connection data. Clearly, they make the use of the website much faster and enjoyable.

Cookies can help you to be more efficient. Have you ever placed an item in a shopping cart on an online store and returned a few days later and noticed that your item is still there? This is an example of the work of cookies.

Cookies may also be used to make the content of a website or advertisement on this site more relevant to the visitor and to adapt the website to the personal tastes and needs of the visitor.

What are the types of cookies used?

We use different types of cookies on this website.

Essential cookies

These cookies are required to allow the visit of our website and the use of certain parts of it.

Performance cookies

We use performance cookies to collect information about visitors' use of our website in order to improve its content, to better adapt it to visitors' wishes and to increase its usability. For analyzes of the use of our website, we also use Google Analytics (info) and Hotjar (info), which also use cookies to do this..

Commercial cookies

This website uses cookies which, depending on the pages you visit, keep up to date the products or services that may interest you. Thanks to these cookies and the means of the advertising networks of Google (Google AdWords, Google Analytics, the network of Google Display and DoubleClick) and of Facebook (Facebook, Instagram), we are able to present you with advertisements for products and services, which flow from your interests on other websites that are part of these ad networks. This technique is called remarketing. These cookies do not contain any personal data.

How to refuse or remove cookies?

In the settings of your browser, you have the option to refuse the installation of cookies. You can delete cookies already installed on your computer or on your mobile device at any time. See how to enable, disable or delete cookies.

If you wish to refuse these commercial cookies (among others Google, Criteo or Facebook), you can do it using the following website : http://www.youronlinechoices.com/

If you do not want to receive advertising based on your browsing habits and remarketing cookies, such as those of Google, you can change the settings of the Google Ads Preferences Manager. Google also recommends the installation of the browser deactivation module of Google Analytics (Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on).

To find out more about cookies, or how to manage / delete them, visit www.aboutcookies.org.

Modifications

We reserve the right to unilaterally change the cookie policy. The changes will be communicated on this website. If, after the adaptation, you continue to use this website, the adapted policy regarding cookies will apply.

See also our page on the principes relating to the collection of personal data.