Article 1 – Preamble
Article 2 – Cookies
What is a cookie " ?
A “cookie” or “tracer” (hereinafter “Cookies”) is a small electronic file saved on the hard drive of the user’s terminal (computer, smartphone, etc.) by a website that he visits. A cookie is saved through the user's Internet browser software. It is thus recorded in order to store various information and technical data which can then be read during a new consultation of the same website.
A cookie can only be read by its issuer, which it allows, during its period of validity, to recognize the terminal concerned each time this terminal accesses the site of the said issuer. Cookies do not identify the user and in no way risk damaging the user's terminal.
There are different types of cookies whose uses and content may vary. Short-lived cookies contain information that is used during the user's browsing session. They are automatically cleared when the user closes his Internet browsing software. Persistent cookies serve to store information that is used for each visit. This data allows the sites to recognize the user and to adapt accordingly to their previous choices and/or preferences. These cookies have a duration that can vary from a few minutes to several months. By browsing this site, the publisher and/or third-party companies may place one or more cookies on the hard drive of the user's terminal in order to collect information on site traffic such as the pages consulted. This information allows the publisher to improve the operation, navigation, interactivity and more generally the use of the site and its services.
Article 3 – Consent
User consent is required for the use of some cookies. When first connecting to the site, the user has the option of accepting or opposing the recording of cookies on his terminal by means of an informative banner offered by the site or by configuring his navigation software. Internet.
Continued navigation on another page of the site or the selection of an element of the site (in particular image, text, link, etc.) materializes the acceptance of the user to the deposit of the cookies targeted on his terminal.
This user consent is considered valid for a maximum of 13 (thirteen) months. At the end of this period, the site will again request the user's authorization to save cookies on the hard drive of their terminal.
Article 4 – Cookies used by the site
The site editor draws the user's attention to the fact that the following cookies are used when browsing the site:
4.1. Internal cookies necessary for the operation of the site
– “Tarteaucitron” cookie: Allows the management and saving of choices in terms of cookie consent.
4.2. Audience measurement cookies
– Cookie “Google Analytics”: Allows to measure the audience of the site.
Article 5 – Purposes of the cookies used
– Internal cookies necessary for the operation of the site: They allow the site to function optimally. The user can oppose and delete them by using the informative banner offered by the site or by configuring their Internet browsing software, being informed that this may have consequences on the use of the site.
– Audience measurement cookies: They make it possible to establish statistics and volumes of visits and use of the various elements making up the site (pages and content visited, routes), to improve the interest and ergonomics of the services offered, to adapt the presentation of the site to the display preferences of the user's terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during his visits to the site, depending on the hardware and software viewing or reading that the terminal has.
It is brought to the attention of the user that he can oppose the registration of cookies on his terminal. If the user decides to deactivate cookies, he can continue browsing the site. However, any malfunction of the site caused by this manipulation could not be considered as being due to the publisher of the site.
6.1. Informative banner settings
By clicking on the "Configure" button present on the informative banner offered by the site, the user has the option of accepting or refusing cookies from one or more of the services listed for him using the " Allow” and “Disallow”.
6.2. Navigation software settings
The user can block and delete cookies at any time by his Internet browser software, he can also configure his Internet browser software so as to be informed when a cookie is installed on his terminal, and indicate whether certain cookies must be systematically refused.
The configuration steps vary from one Internet browser software to another. They are described in the help menu of each Internet browser software and allow you to know how the user can modify his wishes in terms of cookies. For information, the user can find at the following addresses the steps to follow in order to configure his Internet browsing software to oppose the registration of cookies:
– For Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr
– For Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/enable-disable-cookies-preferences
– For Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/fr-fr/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
– For Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/ph21411?locale=fr_FR
– For Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html
6.3. “Adobe Flash” settings
The "Adobe Flash" software component is configured by default to authorize the recording of information allowing the user to be traced, and the configuration of the user's choices in terms of cookies is carried out via an interface different from that provided by Internet browser software. It is recommended to change these settings by connecting to the settings manager accessible at the following address:
Article 8 – Information on cookies
For a better understanding and control of cookies, users are invited to consult the CNIL website (Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés) at the following address: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies -the-tools-to-master-them