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1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file that can be saved in a terminal when viewing an online service with navigation software. A cookie file allows its transmitter, during its period of validity, to recognize the terminal concerned whenever that terminal accesses digital content comprising cookies of the same transmitter.
2 What are the cookies used on our Site for?
The cookies we issue allow us to:
- To establish statistics and volumes of use and use of the various elements composing our Site (sections and contents visited, route), enabling us to improve the interest and ergonomics of the Site and, where appropriate, our products and services.
- To adapt the presentation of our Site to the preferences of display of your terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visits to our Site, according to the hardware and the visualization software Or reading device that your terminal has;
- To memorize information relating to a form you have filled on our Site (registration or access to your account) or to products, services or information that you have chosen on our Site (subscribed service, contents of a shopping cart, Etc.);
- To allow you to access reserved and personal spaces of our Site, such as your Account, with identifiers or data that you have previously entrusted to us and to implement security measures, for example when You are prompted to log back in to a content or service after a certain amount of time.
3 How can you control the cookies used?
You can at any time configure your navigation software so that cookies are stored on your device or rejected (either systematically or by their sender). You can also set up your navigation software so that the acceptance or the refusal of the cookies is proposed to you on time, before a cookie can be registered in your terminal.