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Cookies are text files of limited size, generally consisting of letters and numbers, stored and used to record personal and non-personal data concerning the user's navigation on the website.

Cookies have multiple uses:

- some cookies used are strictly necessary for the operation of the website (for example, cookies allowing navigation, identification or authentication), or allow the analysis of the frequentation and use of the website (cookies for measurement hearing). These cookies do not require prior consent before being placed.

- other cookies are used in particular to share content on social networks (Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn sharing buttons) and require the prior consent of the user.

Cookies can be permanent (and remain after you log out of the site) or temporary.


Accept or refuse cookies

The user can at any time choose to deactivate these cookies. The user's browser can also be configured to notify him of the cookies that are stored in his terminal and ask him to accept them or not.

We remind the user that the setting is likely to modify his conditions of access to our services requiring the use of cookies.

If the user's browser is configured to refuse all cookies, he will not be able to take advantage of the essential functions of the website. In order to choose cookies as closely as possible to users' expectations, we invite them to configure their browser.


Share buttons to social networks


In addition, the website includes the “Social Share Privacy” tool recommended by the CNIL and activated on the site. This avoids the deposit of cookies without first obtaining the user's consent when using content sharing buttons.

Once accepted by the user, it is possible to configure cookies at any time by consulting the privacy policy of the networks concerned (Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn).

To find out more about cookies, how they work and how to oppose them, the user can click on the following links:


Retention of data collected via cookies

The data collected via cookies is kept for a period of 13 months.

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