1. Cookie disclaimer

Websites use techniques deemed useful and judicious to enhance the user experience on the website and to improve the website’s potential interest for each visitor. Cookies are one of the most commonly-used techniques. They may be used by website owners or by third parties, such as advertisers, who communicate via the websites that you visit.

Cookies are small text files stored by websites on users’ computers. The information contained within cookies may also be used to track browsing across various websites which use the same cookie.

Cookies are classified by duration and by source.

We believe that it is essential to provide you with information on the cookies used on our website, as well as on their end uses. There are three objectives: to guarantee the protection of your privacy, to enhance the user experience on our website, and to develop our website. The following information will allow you to learn more about the cookies used on our website and their end purposes.

2. Our use of cookies

We use cookies to collect statistics on the number of visitors to our website, and to record information on your preferences when browsing websites. We use cookies to improve your experience when navigating through our website.

3. The different cookies and their functions

We use different types of cookies, each with its own purpose.
Below, you’ll find a list of the most common cookies, and a description of their end use.

3.1. Session cookies

A session cookie is stored temporarily in your computer’s memory when you’re navigating through a website. They won’t be stored on your computer for a long period, and they will disappear as soon as you close your web browser.

3.2. Permanent cookies

These cookies are installed by the website itself (same domain as appearing in the browser’s URL bar) and can only be read by that website. These cookies are generally used to store information, such as your preferences, which will be used when you next visit the website.

3.3 Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are installed by a domain which is different to the domain appearing in the browser’s URL bar, i.e. by another organisation other than the website’s owner.

For example, cookies used to collect internet statistics may be third-party cookies.

Third-party cookies enable more in-depth surveys on the user’s browsing habits to be generated, they are considered to be the most sensitive in terms of integrity. This is why most web browsers allow you to edit your settings so that you can refuse them.

4. Cookie management

4.1. Cookie viewing

As cookies are simple text files, they may be opened with most text publishing programmes, or text processing programmes. You can open a cookie by clicking on it. The following list explains how to view cookies in various browsers. If you’re using a different browser, consult your browser’s information on cookies. If you’re using a smartphone, refer to its user manual for more information.

4.2. Deactivating/activating and deleting cookies

To limit or block cookies, you’ll need to access your browser settings.

If you choose not to allow a website to install a cookie on your computer, you browser may be configured to alert you before a cook is installed. Your browser may also be configured to block all cookies, or only third-party cookies. In the same way, you can delete any cookie that has already been installed on your computer. Please note that you’ll need to edit the settings for each browser and each computer that you use individually.

It’s also worth noting that if you do not accept cookies, we won’t be able to guarantee the correct functioning of our website. Some of the site’s features may become inaccessible, and you risk no longer being able to access certain websites.

Each browser uses different procedures for editing settings. If necessary, consult the help feature on your browser in order to define the appropriate settings.

To deactivate cookies on your smartphone, refer to its user manual for further information.

5. Unexpected/other cookies

Given the way that the internet and websites work, we don’t always have information on the cookies installed by third parties on our website. This particular applies when our website contains integrated elements, particularly texts, documents, images or short films stored on a third-party website but which are distributed on or via our website.

So, please feel free to contact us if you encounter a cookie of this type on our website which has not been included in the list above. You can also directly contact the relevant third-party website to get more information on the cookies installed, their end uses and their durations, as well as to learn more about guarantees relating to your privacy.

6. Contact

This Disclaimer may be amended periodically, in line with amendments made to our website or to regulations pertaining to cookies. We are authorised to amend the content of this Disclaimer and the cookies listed at any time, and without providing prior notice. You can consult this web page to read the latest version.

If you have any questions or feedback for us, please get in touch.

June 2021

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