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Cookie policy

A cookie is a tiny text file stored on your device when you visit a website.

A cookie stores various information such as login details or user preferences. Websites use these data to personalize their content according to the pages you have visited. They can also use them to save your password so that you don’t have to re-enter it every time you consult our websites.

A cookie can be classified according to its lifespan and the domain to which it belongs. If classified by lifespan, it can be:

  • a session cookie, deleted as soon as the user closes the browser
  • a persistent cookie, kept on the computer or on the user’s device during a specific period

If classified by domain, it may be:

  • first party cookies, defined by the web server of the visited pages and sharing the same domain
  • Third party cookies, stored in a different domain than the visited page. This may happen when the web page refers to a JavaScript file outside of its domain.

Except session cookies, which we only store for the length of your session, we will ask for your consent to use cookies on your first visit to our website. We may assume that you agree to this by checking the box “ACCEPT ALL” (or equivalent) or continue to surf on our website despite the display of our cookie policy. If you agree, we will record an approval cookie on your device. This will allow us to memorize your choice and avoid asking again during future visits.

If you no longer want your cookies to be used, you can configure and control them from your browser’s settings. For example, you can delete them from your browser’s history after you leave the website. You will be asked again whether or not you accept the use of cookies on your next visit to our website.

The activation of these cookies is not strictly necessary for the smooth running of the website, but it can greatly improve navigation.