Last update: march 2022
In accordance with Article 82 of the French Law “Loi Informatique et Libertés” dated January 6, 1978, as amended, adopted pursuant to the provisions of the European Directive 2002/58/EC on the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector, your consent as User must be collected before any action to store information or access information stored in your terminal equipment.
Pursuant to the provisions of Articles 4(11) and 7 of the GDPR relating to the conditions applicable to consent, the CNIL published the Deliberation No. 2020-091 of September 17, 2020 adopting guidelines relating to the application of Article 82 of the Act of January 6, 1978 as amended to read and write operations on a user's terminal (in particular to "cookies and other tracers") as well as Deliberation No. 2020-092 of September 17, 2020 adopting a recommendation proposing practical methods of compliance in the event of recourse to "cookies and other tracking devices", presenting, in particular, examples and best practices to the collecting of consent and to the implementing of tracking that are not subject to the latter.
A cookie is a data file created by the server of the website, saved to the hard disk of your device (computer, smartphone, etc.) by the browser.
The cookie contains a unique code that recognizes your browser when you visit the website from now and in the future.
The main purpose of a cookie is therefore simply to allow the website server to adapt the content of the internet pages to your personal preferences, in order to personalize your visit to this website.
Cookies may be placed by the website’s server or by partners that the website may collaborate with.
The website server can only read the cookies that it has placed itself.
It cannot access any other information on your computer or on your mobile device.
Cookies generally facilitate interaction and enhance browsing speed.
The website may therefore use several types of cookies:
These cookies are classified according to several types: necessary cookies used for technical purposes, audience measurement cookies, advertising cookies, sharing cookies on social networks, etc.
Cookies are used for different purposes:
However this website uses an anonymous audience measurement solution which does not require cookies.
A unique and anonymous identifier (ID) is assigned to you from your IP address and your user-agent for 13 months.
This identifier is then transmitted to our service provider (Google) carrying out the audience measurements (who therefore never has access to your IP or user-agent).
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
There are no third party cookies placed on our website by third parties when you use their services.
The Company collects the following personal data :
Your ID is kept by the Company for a maximum of thirteen (13) months.
For more information about cookies you can consult the CNIL website : https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-et-autres-traceurs https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser