How cookies are used on the website

While you browse our website,, files called cookies are placed on your computer, mobile or tablet.

A) What are cookies used for?

A cookie is a file stored by your browser software on the hard disk of your device (PC, tablet, smartphone) when you visit a website. A cookie enables the sender to identify the device on which it has been stored, throughout the validity or storage period of the cookie.

B) What cookies are used on

Three types of cookies are used on :

  • Cookies that are necessary for the site to work properly, mainly:
    • Session cookies, which are strictly necessary for technical identification purposes. These cookies are only kept for the duration of your use of the website.
  • “Analytics” cookies, for collecting information on site traffic (e.g. the pages most visited, popular searches, etc.).
  • Cookies managed by third parties, which are subject to the management policies of these parties. We inform you of the purpose of cookies of which we are aware, and of how you can make choices regarding them.

C) How to reject/delete cookies:

As a user, you can decide at any time whether or not to accept cookies being stored on your device (PC, tablet, or smartphone).

If, in your browser software (e.g. Microsoft Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.), you have allowed cookies to be stored on your device, the cookies from the pages and content you consult will be saved on it temporarily, in a dedicated space.

If you do not allow cookies to be stored on your device, or if you delete those that have been stored there, you may be unable to use some of the features of our website.

Note: Most browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can decide to block them, or ask your browser to warn you when a site attempts to implement a cookie on your device.

To change the way your browser manages cookies, you need to change the settings in the Confidentiality tab.

When it comes to managing cookies and your choices, each browser is configured differently. This is described in your browser's help menu, which will tell you how to go about changing your cookie preferences:

To find out more about cookies, you can visit the website of the French Data Protection Authority CNIL