What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file deposited and stored on the user’s hard disk, subject to choice, by the server of the visited site or by a third party server (analytical Web tool, advertising authority, partners, etc.)

A cookie allows you to recognize the user’s terminal when it comes back to a website. Indeed it is not the user who is recognized but the terminal from which he visits a website.

What is the purpose of cookies issued on our Sites?

Only the issuer of a cookie is likely to read or modify information contained therein.

The cookies we emit on our sites are used to recognize the user’s terminal when it connects to one of our sites in order to:

Optimize the presentation of our Sites to the display preferences of your terminal (display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visits depending on the hardware and software of visualization or playback that includes your Terminal, allow the user to access reserved and personal spaces on our Sites, such as his personal account on the basis of the information he transmitted at the time of creation of his account. The user accesses by this kiss to personalized content or reserved for him. Memorize information about a form that you have filled out on our site (access to your account/and your subscription), if one of our site to a member or private area. Establish statistics and volumes of attendance and use of our Sites, put in place security measures, for example when the user is asked to connect after a certain period of time. To adapt the advertising content of our Sites to the interests of the user which results from the data of its navigation.

What are the cookies issued on our Sites by third parties?

Cookies issued by third parties on our Sites are of different natures. We can distinguish among others:

-Cookies issued by our third-party trading partners that use software technologies commonly known as “Transparent pixel”. These transparent pixels are small graphics with a unique identifier that have the same vocation as cookies, namely to inform the Site about the navigation of the user through encrypted information contained in its terminal. Unlike cookies that are stored on the hard drive of the Internet user’s computers, “Transparent pixels” are invisibly inlaid on the pages of the website and allow the website to be informed of the most popular advertising content by internet users. We do not in any way lions the information collected by “Transparent pixels” to personal data of our Internet users. -Due to third party applications embedded in our Sites, some cookies may be issued by other entities. These features allow the sharing of content by users of our Sites, such as the “share” or “I Like” buttons on Facebook, or the “Twitter”, “Google +” buttons, etc. The social network providing one of these applications is likely to identify you through its buttons and its own cookies, even if you did not use them during your consultation of our Sites, simply because you have an account open on your To the social network concerned. We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect this information and invite you to consult the privacy policies of the latter. Partner Cookie Management:

-Social Network (Facebook): https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/-Social Network (Twitter):Https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170518-utilisation-des-cookies-et-des-technologies-similaires-par-twitter

Your choices about cookies

You have different ways to manage cookies. Any setup that you may undertake will be likely to change your browsing on our sites and on the Internet in general and your conditions of access to certain services of our sites requiring the use of cookies.

You can at any time express and change your wishes for cookies, by the means described below.

1. The choices your browsing software offers

You can set up your navigation software so that cookies are stored in your terminal or, on the contrary, they are rejected, either systematically or according to their transmitter.

You can also set up your browser software so that the acceptance or rejection of cookies is offered to you punctually, before a cookie is likely to be registered in your terminal.

For more information, see “How to exercise your choices according to the browser you use” below.

2. The Agreement on Cookies

The registration of a cookie in a terminal is essentially subordinate to the will of the user of the terminal, which he can express and modify at any time and free of charge through the choices offered to him by his navigation software.

If you have accepted in your navigation software The recording of cookies in your terminal, cookies embedded in the pages and content you have consulted can be stored temporarily in a dedicated space of your terminal. They will be readable only by their transmitter.

3. Cookie rejection

If you refuse to register cookies in your terminal, or if you delete those registered there, you will not be able to benefit from a number of features that are nevertheless necessary to navigate in certain areas of our Sites such would be the case if you were trying to access your account or your subscription that require you to identify yourself. This would also be the case when we, or our service providers, could not recognize, for technical compatibility purposes, the type of browser used by your terminal, its language and display settings, or the country from which your terminal Seems to be connected to the Internet.

Where applicable, we disclaim all responsibility for the consequences of the degraded operation of our services resulting from the inability for us to register or consult the cookies necessary for their operation and that you would have Refused or deleted.

4. How to exercise your choices depending on the browser you use

For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the Help menu of your browser, which will let you know how to change your cookie wishes. The following is the procedure for your browser to refuse cookies:

If you are using the Internet Explorer TM Browser

In Internet Explorer, click on the “Tools” button, then on “Internet Options”. On the General tab, under “Browsing history,” Click “Settings.” Click the “Show Files” button. Click the “Name” column heading to sort all the files in alphabetical order, and then scroll through the list until you see files that begin with the “Cookie” prefix. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the Web site that created the cookie.) Select the relevant cookie (or cookies) and delete them. Close the window that contains the list of files, and then double-click OK to return to Internet Explorer. Learn more about the

If you use the Firefox TM browser

Go to the “Tools” tab of the browser and select the “Options” menu. In the window that appears, choose “Privacy” and click “Show Cookies”. Locate the affected files, select them and delete them. Learn more about the

If you are using the Safari TM browser

In your browser, choose the menu “Edit > Preferences”. Click on “Security”. Click “Show Cookies”. Select the relevant cookies and click “Clear” or “delete all”. After deleting the cookies, click “Done”. Learn more about the

If you are using the Google Chrome TM Browser

Click on the “Tools” menu icon. Select “Options”. Click the “Advanced Options” tab and go to the “Privacy” section. Click the “Show cookies” button. Locate the affected files, select them and delete them. Click “Close” to return to your browser. Learn more about the

-“flash” cookies © from “Adobe Flash Player” ™ “Adobe Flash Player” ™ is a computer application that allows the rapid development of dynamic content using the “flash” computer language. Flash (and applications of the same type) memorizes the settings, preferences and use of these contents with a technology similar to cookies. However, “Adobe Flash Player” ™ manages this information and your choices via an interface different from the one provided by your navigation software. To the extent that your Terminal would be able to view from the site and the Applications of content developed with the Flash language, we invite you to access your tools of management of flash cookies, directly from the site http://www.adobe.com/fr/. To find out about the options offered by any other navigation software and how to delete cookies stored in your terminal, depending on the browser (s) installed in your terminal, we invite you to consult the Help menu of Your browser as well as the “Your Footsteps” section of the CNIL website (National Commission of Computer & Liberties

What is the purpose of cookies accompanying advertising content disseminated by third parties?

When you access a site or application that contains advertising or promotional space that broadcasts one of our advertising or promotional operations, this ad may contain a cookie. This cookie is likely, subject to your choice, to be registered in your terminal and to allow us to recognize the browser of your terminal during the validity of the relevant cookie. Cookies embedded in our advertising or promotional ads distributed by third parties are used for the purposes described below, subject to your choices, which result from the parameters of your navigation software used during your visit to our Sites that you can express at any time. The Cookies that we are likely to emit allow us, if your Terminal has allowed their registration, according to your choices:-to count the number of displays and activations of our advertising content broadcast on sites or Third party applications, to identify these content and sites/applications, to determine the number of users who clicked on each content,-to calculate the sums owed to the actors in the Advertising channel (communication agency, Régie Advertising, site/broadcast media) and to establish statistics,-to adapt the presentation of the site to which one of our advertising or promotional content leads,-according to the display preferences of your Terminal (language used, resolution Display, operating system used, etc.) during your visits to our Sites and according to the hardware and software of visualization or reading that your Terminal has,-according to the location data (longitude and latitude) that we are Transmitted (or to our suppliers) by your terminal with your prior agreement,-to follow the subsequent navigation carried out by your terminal on sites or applications or on other advertising content. What’s the point of seeing ads that fit your browsing?

Our goal is to present you with the most relevant offers possible. To this end, the technology of cookies allows to determine in real time what offer to display to a Terminal, according to its recent navigation within our Sites. You probably prefer to see offers of products and services that correspond to what interests you rather than offers that have no interest in you.

If you share the use of your terminal with other people

If your terminal is used by more than one person and when the same terminal has multiple navigation software, we cannot ensure that the services and advertisements for your terminal correspond to your Own use of this terminal and not that of another user of this terminal. If necessary, sharing with other people the use of your Terminal and configuring your browser’s settings for cookies, is your free choice and responsibility.

Personal Data and browsing information

We are likely to adapt our offers to you for information relating to the navigation of your Terminal on our sites or within sites or services published by third parties and on which we emit cookies. To the extent that you have provided us with personal data concerning you, including your electronic information, when registering or accessing one of our services, we are liable, subject to your choice, to associate Navigation information relating to your terminal, processed by the cookies we emit, with your personal data in order to address you, for example, electronic surveys or to display on your terminal, personalized offers that You are more specifically destined and likely to interest you more.

You can at any time ask us not to receive any advertisements or prospections adapted to the navigational information of your Terminal, by contacting us directly and free of charge, or by means of the unsubscribe link included in any Prospecting that we would be able to send you by email. If any advertisements that you may continue to receive, unless you are opposed to us, will no longer be suitable for the navigation of your Terminal.

On the other hand, in the event that we consider obtaining from a third party (targeted advertising provider, advertising authority, etc.), navigation information from your Terminal that we could associate with the personal data that you have provided, we solliciterions your explicit agreement before proceeding with any such association and to send you any advertisements or prospections resulting therefrom.