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A cookie is information placed on the hard drive of a surfer by the server site he visits. It contains several data: the name of the server that has filed an identifier as a single number, possibly an expiration date. This information is often stored on the computer in a simple text file which a server accesses to read and record information. HTTP cookies can be stored for a period which will be limited to the time you spend on a given site (it is then session cookies) or can remain stored on your browser for a given time longer than your session current (this is called persistent cookies).
Cookies are carriers of viruses and cannot install malware.

Cookies have different functions. A cookie can allow the person who has filed to recognize a surfer, a visit to another, thanks to a unique identifier. Some cookies can also be used to store the contents of a shopping cart, others to save the language settings of a site, still others for targeted advertising.


Depending on the device you use to browse our site, we set up cookies in particular to:
- Identify you and know you better to offer you personalized navigation.
- Ensure you navigation safety and the fight against fraud.
- Offer you content related to your interests.

Generally, cookies of our website fall into the categories below:

- Cookie ID : Identification of the surfer when connecting to the site. This includes cookies that allow the website to recognize you during a session and improve your navigation within our website.


Several options are available to manage cookies. Any settings that you can undertake is likely to modify your Internet browsing and our website as well as your terms of access to certain services that require the use of cookies. You can choose at any time to express and edit your wishes regarding cookies.

You can set your browser so that cookies are stored in your device or on the contrary, they are rejected, either systematically or according to their issuer. You can also configure your browser so that accepting or rejecting cookies you are offered punctually before a cookie is likely to be saved in your device. For more information, see

1. The agreement on Cookies
Saving a cookie in a terminal is subordinate to the will of the terminal user, the latter can express and modify at any time and free of charge through the choices that are offered to him by his browser. If you accepted in your browser recording cookies in your Terminal, cookies embedded in the pages and contents have been read can be stored temporarily in a dedicated area of your device. They will be readable only by their issuer.

2. The refusal of Cookies
If you decline the recording of cookies on your device, or if you delete those registered there, you can not benefit from a number of features needed to navigate in some areas of our site. Such would be the case if you were trying to access our content or services that require identification. If necessary, we assume no liability for the consequences related to impaired operation of our services due to the impossibility for us to record or view the cookies required for their operation and that you have refused or deleted.


The default settings of browsers are usually set up to accept cookies, but you can easily change these settings by changing your browser settings. However, if you choose to disable cookies via your browser, it is possible that you can no longer benefit from all the features that we offer through our sites.

Our servers are not configured to collect personal data on visitors to the website apart from the following technical data which are immediately anonymised: source of connections (access provider), IP address, type and version of browser used. Under no circumstances do we collect the email addresses of visitors without the latter voluntarily providing said addresses.
The sole purpose of the traffic data and the cookie files that we place on your computer is to enable us to analyse usage of our information-provision pages, so that the content thereof can be improved. Data regarding visitors’ browsing is processed on an anonymous basis. It is used to produce aggregated statistics which enable the most and least popular pages, preferred browsing paths, the level of site activity on each day of the week and for each hour of the day, and the main client or server errors to be identified.
We remind you that you have at your disposal – via your browsing software – the option of blocking the placement of cookies on your computer.

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