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A cookie is a piece of information deposited on your hard drive by the server of the website you are visiting. It contains several pieces of information:
This information is sometimes stored on your computer in a simple text file which a server can access to read and register information. Definition of the Cnil (National Commission on Informatics and Liberty)
The cookies we generate allow us to record the number of terminals accessing one of our services, to establish attendance statistics, to adapt our content or offers to match your interest, to prevent the user from having to re-enter personal data which has already been provided etc.
By clicking on the “OK” button on the banner displayed on our pages or by continuing to navigate them, you accept the installation of these Cookies on your Terminal. Complete rejection of Cookies can prevent you from taking full advantage of the features of the services we offer.
Listed below are our core services cookies:
• Audience measurement cookies are destined to establish volumetrics and statistics for attendance of our websites, with different headings, as well as the use of the proposed services on each of them.
• Geo-tracking is proposed on some of our websites in order to allow you to obtain “local” information adapted to your geographical location.
• Sharing buttons via social networks require cookies in order to track the navigation of their users.
• Identification cookies are used in the framework of the creation of and/or connection to your personal space on any of our websites as well as your contribution on participatory spaces. It allows you to access your account and/or reserved space through your IDs.
How do you delete unwanted cookies?
Consult the links on the sites below depending on your browser to find out how to proceed:
• Windows Phone
Rejecting cookies will result in the inability to take full advantage of all of our services such as geo-tracking, for example.
More information at: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/