When you visit our websites, information about your browsing may be saved in small files called “cookies” that are saved to your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) in line with the choices you have made concerning these cookies, choices that you may change at any time. The following information will help you to understand better how cookies work, and how to use the existing tools to configure them.
2. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file containing information, which is saved to the hard disk of your terminal (e.g., computer, tablet or cellphone) when you visit a website using your browser. It is transmitted by the website server to your browser. The cookie enables its sender to identify the terminal on which it is saved, for the period of validity or conservation of the cookie concerned. Only the sender of a cookie is able to read or edit the information it contains.
We use 2 categories of cookies, the purposes of which are described below. Certain technical cookies (session cookies in particular) are vital to the correct operation of the website. Deleting them may cause browsing difficulties along with the impossibility of subscribing online to our offers.
4. Technical cookies
These cookies enable you to visit the site and use its basic functions. They must be activated since they are needed for the websites to operate normally. These cookies are sent and deposited exclusively by our Group.
They make it possible to access the reserved and personal spaces of our site by means of personal logins (session ID cookie); to put in place security measures (for example, when requesting login details to be re-entered in order to access contents or a service after a certain period of inactivity); or to enable or facilitate communication for supplying a service electronically, as expressly requested by the web user.
Deleting the cookies may cause browsing difficulties along with the impossibility of subscribing online to our offers. We therefore advise you against deleting them.
5. Audience measurement cookies – producing statistics
These cookies collect information on how visitors use a website. For example, the number of hits, the most-visited pages, etc. They allow us to understand how our sites are used and how they perform; to measure the efficiency of our online promotional campaigns; and to draw up statistics enabling us to make our sites more interesting and user-friendly. The collected data are never passed on to third parties or used for any other purposes.
The cookies come from Google Analytics. These cookies do not enable us to identify you as a person.
• Google Analytics
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6. How are cookies managed?
7. If you have shared usage of your terminal with other people
If your terminal is used by several people, and when the same terminal has several browsers installed, we cannot ensure with certainty that the services and advertisements that are meant for your terminal correspond to your particular use of this terminal and not that of another user.
8. Through your browser’s configuration
For Internet Explorer™
9. Through the opt-out links for analytical cookies
You can obtain more information about the audience measurement cookies and, in particular, how to deactivate them, by following the links below:
For cookies deposited by Google Analytics:
10. Through the opt-out links for YouTube cookies
You can deactivate YouTube cookies by following this link:
11. More information about cookies
You can find out more information about cookies on the site of the CNIL, at this address (in French):
http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/. Or at