1) Cookie use

In response to the requirements of the « French Data Protection » act and the General Data Protection Regulation, be informed of the installation of cookies during your navigation on our website.

The use of cookies makes it possible to collect website browsing statistics, to offer you services adapted to your interests, to offer you social media features and to fight fraud.

This section allows you to understand how cookies work and how use current tools to set them up.

2) What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a small file containing information about your browsing on a website which is stored on the hard drive of your digital device or in your browser memory.

It is transmitted by the website server to your browser and concerns in particular the visited pages, the advertisements you have clicked on, the browser you use, or your IP address.

Only the sender of a cookie can read or modify the information contained in said cookie.

3) Why cookie use ?

Cookies improve the comfort of browsing a website and are essential to access certain secure areas.
Il existe différentes catégories de cookies, selon leurs finalités.

Technical cookies

Cookies are essential for a proper functioning of the website. Their removal can lead to browsing difficulties as well as the impossibility of accessing some parts of the website.

They allow the use of main features of the website, such as access to private and personal spaces through personal identifiers (session identifier cookie), implement security measures (for example, when you are asked to reconnect after a long time) or remember the display preferences of your terminal (language, display settings) and take them into account during your next visits.

Cookies for audience measurement and statistics

These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website.

They make it possible to establish statistics to carry out studies in order to improve their content: measurement of the number of visits, the most visited pages, the activity of visitors on the website or their frequency of return.
They also allow the analysis of Internet users' brothing in order to improve the service or detect malfunctions.

Social networks cookies

A website may contain links to Facebook and other similar social networks, which allow you to share content on the website with others.
The presence of share buttons means that cookies can be installed on your device.
Collected information will influence the content of advertising pages on these social networks according to your interests.

Advertising cookies

These cookies allow a website to offer targeted advertising.
They collect information about the browsing history on the website pages, in order to offer personalized content, adapted to your interests.

4) How to manage cookies ?

There are several possibilities to manage cookies, while knowing that any settings may change the navigation on the website and the conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of cookies.

Most browsers are set by default to accept cookies, which are the essence of how the internet works.
But they also allow you to choose or reject all cookies.
It is possible to completely set cookies in your browser. To do this, each browser has its specific features:


- if you use Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer, click the « Tools » button and then click « Internet Options ».
On the Privacy tab, under Cookies, move the cursor to block all cookies, then click OK.

- if you use Firefox
Go to the « Tools » menu in the browser and select « Options » menu.
Click on the « privacy and security » tab to set up the cookies and click OK.

- if you use Safari
In your brother, choose « Edit » menu and select « Preferences ».
Click on « Confidentiality ».
Set up the cookie block and click OK.

- if you use Google Chrome
Click the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.
Choose « Settings ».
In the « Privacy and Security » section, click « Site settings » and then « Cookies and Site Data ».
Set up the cookie block and click OK.


More information on cookies is available on the CNIL website, at this address : www.cnil.fr/en/home