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Information on the use of cookies

This Cookie Policy describes how they are used on our site and how you can enable or disable them.

Under no circumstances will we collect personal data about you if you have not given your prior consent.

What is a cookie

A Cookie is a text file placed on your computer when you visit a site. Their main purpose is to collect information relating to your browsing and allow personalized services to be sent to you. 

Being particularly concerned about our customers, our site is designed to best meet your expectations. For this, we use cookies in order for example to identify you, memorize your consultations, personalize the offers that we offer you and the advertisements that you view on our site or elsewhere.

We would like to remind you that cookies store data anonymously and do not cause any damage to your device.

The different types of cookies

We identify four types of cookies, their purpose and the consequence of their deactivation:

Types of cookies

The necessary cookies

Performance cookies

Social network cookies

Advertising cookies

Purpose of the Cookie

These cookies are necessary for the operation of the site and cannot be deactivated in our systems. They are triggered in response to actions taken by you that amount to a request for services, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in or filling out forms.

These cookies collect data relating to the use of our website, allowing us to produce site traffic statistics and thus make changes to it in order to improve your online experience.

When you click on social media buttons,  you are redirected to our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube pages, and cookies may be placed when viewing these pages. The use of these cookies is defined by the cookies and personal data policies Facebook, Twitter and YouTube which we invite you to consult.

These third-party cookies are caused by the use of Google services on our site such as YouTube video players. They allow you to offer you personalized and relevant advertisements on these sites based on your areas of interest. These data always remain anonymous.

Consequence of deactivation 

You can configure your browser to block or alert you to these cookies, but some parts of the site will not be able to function afterwards. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.

Without this information, we don't have the information we need to identify what content you like the most or what needs to be improved.  We are no longer able to improve the quality of your visit.

Not activating these cookies could limit your browsing on these various social network pages, but not on our site.

If you deactivate these cookies, you will continue to receive these advertisements but they will be less useful because not adapted to your centers of interest.

more information about cookies

More information by consulting the CNIL website:

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