Cookie's policy

As you view the website, cookies are stored on your computer. This section is designed to give you a better understanding of how cookies work and how you can use the tools at your disposal to configure them.


What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that the server (website) you are visiting stores on your hard drive or in the memory of your browser, and which allows your computer to store various items of technical data enabling overall control of public access to the website (number of visits, viewing frequency of an advertising banner, linking to other websites, etc.) or the personalisation of the pages that will be displayed next time you interact with this website (your personal account, your browsing pathway, etc.).

Website cookies

These cookies are stored by our website on your computer, tablet or mobile phone for the purpose of browsing our website.

Personal data collected automatically

As you browse this website, your computer interacts with a server that provides all the requested resources by automatically saving each operation in a specific file in which your computer is identified by its IP address.

Your browser automatically sends us certain standard data.

In addition to your IP address, these data include the type of browser you are using, its features, your operating system and the identity of the third-party site (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) from which you may be linking, as well as the date and time you accessed the website.

This automatic collection of data allows us to monitor the general activity of the website, identify any errors, and ensure that the website has the appropriate hardware resources.

These data, and especially your IP address, do not allow us to identify you by name unless we specifically ask your service provider to do so, which is possible only in the context of legal proceedings.

In common with many commercial websites, we collect data automatically every time you visit this website (pages, links and documents viewed, number of bytes transferred, etc.).

These personal data help to make your browsing experience easier by avoiding the need for you to enter the same information every time you visit, and by personalising its content in accordance with the preferences or interests you may express.

In the same way, and for the same purposes, this website also issues cookies.

We may use cookies to record your user ID (digital identity) to facilitate your information searches and your visits to our website, as well as to retain other data relevant to the operation of your online session.Some of these cookies, and especially those generated by your navigation around the website, are automatically deleted at the end of your session.

They are retained within the deadlines set by the CNIL (the French data protection agency) for data used to market products and services to existing and prospective customers.

Others are aggregated and used anonymously to help us improve your browsing experience and identify the interests of Internet users as a community.
You are free to accept or refuse these cookies. All you need to do is change some of your browser settings to refuse cookies or be notified if a cookie is saved to your computer.

You can also delete cookies stored on your computer to permanently erase all the data they contain.

Third-party cookies

Social media

These are cookies from third-party companies. The only third-party cookies downloaded by browsing our website are those of social media.

These social media use cookies to check whether you are connected to their services. This enables smoother use of their share buttons.

Audience measurement

We use Google Analytics to gather data about how you use our website to:

  • Help us measure and research the effectiveness of our interactive online content
  • To track website analytical data and how users use the website
  • To improve website services

Google Anaylicts collecte les informations sur :

  • Les pages que vous visitez et combien de temps vous passez sur ces pages
  • La manière dont vous êtes arrivé sur le site (site référent, réseaux sociaux, moteur de recherche...)
  • Google Analytics collects data on:

The pages you visit and how many times you view those pages

The route by which you arrived at the website (referring website, social networks, search engine, etc.)

The links clicked during your visit

We do not gather personal data, such as your name or address

We do not permit Google Analytics to use or share these data

You can adjust the appropriate setting to ensure that your data is not sent to the Google Analytics service

Manage your preferences

You can manage your cookies in a number of different ways.

You can also set your browser to notify you when cookies are stored on your computer and ask you whether you want to accept them or not.

You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse all of them systematically.

Please remember that adjusting the settings may modify your experience on our website.

Each browser has different settings. You will find them described in the help menu of your browser, which will explain how you can change your preferences for cookies.

For any other browser not listed above, please refer to the many cookie management help websites available on the Internet.


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