What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a text file that can be saved in a dedicated area of ​​the hard drive of your terminal * when you consult an online service using your browser software. A cookie file allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is registered during the period of validity or registration of said cookie.

* the terminal refers to the hardware equipment (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) that you use to view or view a site, an application, advertising content, etc.

Which cookies do we use?

Analytical cookies

These cookies allow us to know the use and performance of our site, to establish statistics, volumes of use and use of the various elements of our site (content visited, routes) allowing us to improve the interest and the ergonomics of our site (the pages or the sections most often consulted, the articles most read, …).

These are the following cookies: Google Analytics

The data generated by these browsing analysis cookies concern your use of the site: sites visited, frequency, number and repetition of visits, browsing time, searches made, browser used, operator providing the service, location linked to the address IP. They are generally transmitted and stored by Google on servers located in the United States. If you have chosen to anonymize your IP address on this site, your IP address will however be transmitted by Google, but truncated in the member countries of the European Union or in the other signatory states of the agreement establishing the European Economic Area . In exceptional cases only, your IP address will be transmitted entirely to a Google server in the United States, then truncated there. Google will not cross your Google Analytics IP address with other data held by Google. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the site, compile reports on website activity and internet usage: measurement and analysis of user browsing and behavior, development of anonymous navigation profiles, improvements based on usage data analysis.

For more information, see Google’s privacy policy.
In addition to blocking these cookies in the browser, you can disable Google Analytics during navigation with a module provided by Google.

How to refuse the use of cookies

Most browsers allow you to manage your favorite cookies. You can set your browser to refuse or delete some cookies. Generally, you can also manage similar technologies in the same way, using your favorite browsers.

The following links show you how to set cookies according to browsers:

If you use the Internet Explorer browser:

If you use the Firefox browser:

If you’re using the Google Chrome browser:

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