Cookies policy

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When you browse the website, cookies are placed on your device.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files or tracers that may be deposited, read and stored when you visit our site, on your fixed or mobile device (computer, tablet, smartphone). It has a unique identifier assigned to your device and allows the Site to remember your actions and preferences (such as location, language you use, font size you prefer and other display preferences) for a specified legal period. This means that you do not need to provide certain information each time you access the Site or when you move from page to page. Cookies can also help us personalise your browsing experience. These cookies allow us to get to know you better, to personalise your user experience, to provide you with offers and products that match your interests and to make it easier for you to navigate the site.

The different types of cookies

There are two main categories of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies

Session cookies allow the Site to track your navigation from one page to another so that you are not asked for the same information previously provided to the Site. Cookies allow you to move through many pages of the Site quickly and easily without having to sign in on each new page of the Site that you visit. These cookies remain on your device until you close your browser, at which point they automatically disappear.

Persistent cookies help the Site remember your information and settings when you visit in the future. This results in faster and more convenient access for you.

On your first visit, the Site is presented in default mode. During your visit, you select your preferences, which are kept in memory for your next visit to the Site through the use of Persistent Cookies.

I. The cookies issued by our Website:

The cookies we issue are used for the purposes described below, subject to your choices resulting from the settings you have personalized in the CMP.

1. Essential Cookies:

These cookies are essential to the proper functioning and navigation of the Site. Without them, you would not be able to navigate the Site or use certain of its functions. As these cookies are essential, they cannot be deactivated. These cookies do not store any personal data. This is why their status appears as “Always active”.

These operational cookies contain, for example, authentication cookies.

2. Functionality Cookies:

These cookies allow you to set your preferences for viewing the Site. They allow the site to remember your choices, including your user name and preferred language or region. These cookies also allow you to avoid having to set your choices each time you log on and to see messages intended for a user’s first connection.

These cookies may also be used to provide you with personalised services and content.

3. Audience Measurement Cookies:

These cookies allow us to analyse the navigation of our Site, to make statistics and also to improve your user experience. The analyses are carried out on anonymised aggregate data.

For example, performance cookies show us which pages are visited most frequently, allow us to better understand the overall usage patterns of the Site and anticipate difficulties you may encounter while browsing. These cookies allow us to improve the Site.

II. Setting up your web browser

You can choose to disable these cookies at any time. Your browser can also be set to alert you to cookies that are being placed on your computer and to ask you to accept them or not. You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse them systematically.


Go to the Tools tab of the browser and select the Options menu. In the window that appears, choose Privacy and click on Show Cookies.

Google Chrome

Click on the Tools menu icon. Select Options. Click the Advanced Options tab and navigate to the Privacy section. Click the Show Cookies button.

Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, then Internet Options. On the General tab, under Browsing History, click Settings. Click the Show Files button.


In your browser, choose Edit > Preferences. Click on Security. Click on Show Cookies.

Updated on: 17/06/2022