Information about cookies.
We think it’s important to protect your privacy and be open about how we use your data. This information is to keep you informed and to help you enjoy our website.
A cookie is simply a tiny text file containing pieces of data, stored when you visit a website. It’s designed to help websites remember what you did in the past. This can include whether you clicked on particular links or pages or read pages on the site as long as the cookie is valid.
2.1. Necessary Cookies
These are essential cookies that let you to move around the website and use its features depending on the device you’re using (language, screen performances, OS…). Without them, the quality of your navigation could not be ensured. These cookies don’t collect any information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you’ve been on the internet.
2.2. Performance Cookies
These collect information about how you use a website, for instance, which pages you go to most often, and if you get error messages. They don’t collect information that identifies you; all the information is anonymous. It is used only to improve how the website works and how we can provide you with more relevant content.
2.3. Third-party Cookies
A third-party cookie is set by someone else. Sometimes targeting cookies are linked to other sites, such as Facebook.
• Due to third-party applications integrated into our website:
• We may include on our site / application, computer applications from third parties, which allow you to share content from our site with other people or to inform these other people your inquiry or your opinion regarding a content of our website / application. Such is the case of the buttons “Share”, “Like”, from social networks such as Facebook “Twitter” LinkedIn “,” Viadeo “etc.
• Social network providing such application button may identify you through this button, even if you do not use this button when you visit our site. Indeed, this type of application button can allow the social network in question to follow your navigation on our site, just because your account of the social network in question was enabled on your terminal (open session) during your visit to our site. We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect information about your visits to our website and associated with the personal data they have. We invite you to review the privacy policies of privacy of these social networks to be aware of the purpose of use, including advertising, navigation information they can collect through these application buttons. These protection policies should enable you to exercise your choices with these social networks, including by setting your accounts to use each of these networks.
You can exercise your disagreement by changing the configuration of your browser.