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Privacy policy

What is a cookie and what is it used for?

A cookie is a text file that may be stored, subject to your choices, in a dedicated space on the hard disk of your terminal (computer, tablet, etc.) when you consult an online service using your browser. It is transmitted by the server of a website to your browser.

Each cookie is assigned an anonymous identifier. The cookie file allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is stored for the duration of validity or recording of the cookie concerned. A cookie cannot be traced back to a physical person.

What types of cookies are placed on the site?


The site's cookies

Here is the list of cookies and their role:

SessionID: your session ID on the server. It does not contain any personal information.

Cookie_agreed : memorizes the acceptance of cookies so that the warning message about cookies is no longer displayed.


Google Analytics cookies

These cookies make it possible to establish statistics of frequentation of the site and to detect problems of navigation in order to follow and improve the quality of our services.

Social network sharing cookies

Some pages contain buttons or modules from third-party social networks that allow you to use the features of these networks and in particular to share content with other people.
When you visit a web page that has one of these buttons or modules, your browser may send information to the social network, which may then associate that view with your profile.


Social network cookies, which we do not control, may then be deposited in your browser by these networks. We invite you to consult the confidentiality policies of each of these social network sites, in order to learn about the purposes of use of navigation information:


Exercise your choices according to your browser :

You can at any time set your browser to express and modify your wishes regarding cookies and in particular refuse certain cookies.


For Chrome : 
1.choose the menu Edit > Preferences on the option "Personal data 
3. heading "Cookies


For Microsoft Internet Explorer : 
1.choose the menu "Tools" then "Internet Options" on the "Privacy" tab
3) Select the desired level with the cursor


For Mozilla Firefox : 
1.choose the "Tools" menu > "Options" 
2. click on the "Privacy" option
3. click on the "Cookies" section


For Safari : 
1. choose the menu " Edit " > " Preferences " 2. on the option "Personal data 
3) "Cookies" section

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