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Session cookies are memorised and are only valid temporarily, so they do not save any information on your computer permanently. Such cookies allow user login information to be stored.
The main objective of browser cookies is to avoid offering you recommendations unrelated to your interests / and offer you targeted and personalised commercial suggestions. Their usefulness is based on the temporary monitoring of Internet browsing. The User has the option to delete such cookies before browsing other pages of the Website.
Statistic cookies reveal the following information:
- The date and time of the User's last visit to our Website.
- Access to the content the User chose on their last visit to our Website.
To gather statistics about the use of our Website, we use statistical tools with a scope limited to the functions described in the above paragraph and in order to find out the level of recurrence of our visitors and the content that is most popular. We can thus focus our efforts on improving the most visited areas and help the user to find what they are looking for more easily. The Website can use the information on your visit to make assessments and statistical calculations on anonymous data as well as ensure continuity of the service or make Website improvements. This information shall not be used for any other purpose.
The website may also install third-party cookies to manage and improve their services.
An example of such use: Google Analytics, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+, HitStats, Pinterest, DoubleClick, ShinyStat, Skype, Linkedin, Flickr
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Users can set up their browser to accept or reject all cookies by default or receive an on-screen notification when receiving each cookie and decide there and then whether to allow it access to their hard drive. To that end, we suggest referring to the help section of your browser to find out how to change your current set up. You can also use tools that block tracking cookies
For Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to "Tools", select "Internet Options" and then "Privacy".
In the case of Firefox, for Mac users, go to "Preferences", select "Privacy" and then "Show Cookies".
For Windows users, go to "Tools", select "Options", then "Privacy" and finally "Use custom settings" for history.
If you use Safari, go to "Preferences", then select "Privacy".
In the case of Google Chrome, go to "Tools", select "Options" (Preferences in the case of Mac users), then "Advanced" and finally "Content Settings" under the "Privacy section" and tick on "Cookies" in the "Content Settings" dialog box.