Indeed, cookies or plotters are small text files stored on the user's terminal enabling web developers to retain user data in order to facilitate navigation and to allow certain functionalities.
Thus, the site is likely to access information stored in your electronic communications terminal equipment and to enter information therein.
The tracers used by the site fall into different categories:
"session identifiers" cookies, for the duration of a session, or persistent tracers limited to a few hours in certain cases;
User authentication cookies;
Social networking cookies generated by social networking buttons in case they collect personal data without the consent of the persons concerned;
Analysis and performance cookies.
All of these cookies fall into two categories:
Cookies strictly necessary, which do not require your prior consent;
Other cookies subject to your prior consent.
These cookies obey the following rules:
1 - Cookies exempted from prior consent
We use these cookies in particular to facilitate and facilitate navigation on the site, in particular by memorizing your browsing preferences defined during your session, providing the services you request expressly, carrying out anonymous statistics of visits, etc.
These cookies can not be technically disabled from the site. You can however oppose the use of these plotters, exclusively by setting your browser. This setting depends on the browser you are using, but it is usually simple to do: you can either activate a private navigation function or only prohibit or restrict cookies.
Please note that tracers may have been saved on your device before setting up your browser: in this case, delete your browsing history, always using the settings of your browser.
2 - Tracers subject to your prior consent
The site uses tracers under our control and others under the control of third parties, which are subject to your prior consent.
You can oppose the use of these plotters by setting your browser. The use of tracers is governed by Article 32 II of Law No 78-17 of 6 January 1978, transposing Article 5.3 of Directive 2002/58 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002, as amended By Directive 2009/136 / EC.
To learn more about cookies and plotters, we invite you to consult the CNIL website: www.cnil.fr.
3 - Disabling cookies
As explained herein, you may choose to disable cookies, including changing your browser settings to block certain types of cookies.