Use of cookies

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What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file placed on your computer and read when you visit a website or mobile application. A cookie records information about the user's browsing on the website and makes it possible to recognise him/her when he/she returns.

It is mainly used by audience measurement software (in order to correctly count your visit and recognize you when you return to the site), advertising applications in order to present you with the most relevant offers or information and web servers in order to secure your browsing.

Cookies may be necessary for the proper functioning of the site and refuse them may deprive you of certain functionalities.

Description of the cookies used on the site:

Cookies for measuring audience and performance

Audience measurement tools are deployed to obtain information on visitors and their behaviour, in order to improve the functioning of the website.

Session cookies

When you fill out a form, a secure session is created on the server. This session requires a cookie placed on your browser to recognize you.

The cookie "I accept cookies"

When you visit our website, a message will be displayed informing you that your continued browsing is deemed acceptance of cookies. A cookie is created on your computer in order to remember your choice to no longer display this message.

Manage cookies on different browsers:

Your internet browser allows you to accept or refuse cookies and to manage exceptions.

Here are the procedures for different browsers:

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