What are cookies?
Cookies and other tracking or similar technologies (collectively, “Cookies”) are small data text files placed on your device to provide our visitors with a personalized experience, measure the effectiveness of promotions, mitigate risks, prevent fraud and compile statistical reports.
What cookies do we use and why?
Some cookies are essential cookies for certain features of our websites to properly operate such as authorizing access to secure areas while other cookies are functional cookies that are used to produce a personalized user experience like remembering your language and time zone preferences or provide you with quality and security effects such as redirecting your browsing to a geographically closer location or detecting authentication abuses.
We also use performance cookies to collect anonymous information about our visitors browsing our websites but theses cookies only gather information for statistical purposes and are not strictly necessary for our websites to operate properly: Google Analytics and other third party analytics providers are used to understand and analyse the effectiveness of promotions and direct marketing campaigns such as the number of pages views after a commercial event or a social network campaign.
Managing your cookies settings
Most browsers automatically accept cookies and let the user choose whether or not to accept cookies through the browser controls.
For further information on how to modify your browser settings or how to block, manage or filter cookies, please visit https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser (available only in French) or the following guides:
- Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
- Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/260971/description-of-cookies
- Firefox: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy/websites/#cookies
- Safari: https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21411
Please note that choosing to set your browser not to accept cookies may, in a few cases, cause some of our websites features to dysfunction or operate in an unattended way.