The information provided allows you to identify the cookies and other tracers used but also to clarify your choices.
Definition ofcookies and trackers
Youare informed that, during your visits to this Site, cookies and other tracers may be installed or used to access information contained on your terminal equipment.
The term cookies covers several technologies such as :
- http cookies,
- invisible pixels,
- flash cookies,
- local storage fingerprinting,
- identifier generated by a software or operating system (MAC address, serial number, unique terminal identifier (UTI) etc.).
Cookies and web beacons are discussed below.
When you visit the site, information relating to your navigation may be recorded in text files called "cookies" installed on your browser. Cookies are used to recognize your browser during the validity period of the cookie concerned and to return certain information (for example, a session identifier or language choice).
Only the issuer of the cookie concerned is likely to read or modify the information contained therein. These cookies are deposited either directly by our domain or, if necessary, by a partner (third-party cookies).
There are different types of cookies:
- session cookies that disappear as soon as you leave our site;
- permanent cookies that remain on your terminal until their lifetime expires or until you delete them using your browser's features.
The invisible pixels
These technologies are code fragments. They take the form of a tiny graphic image, invisible to the Internet user, on an Internet page or in an e-mail.
Purpose of the cookies used
Cookies required for operation
Some cookies are used by our Site for purposes that do not require the prior consent of the user. These are technical and functional cookies used for :
- ensure the proper functioning of the website;
- keep your session active;
- keep the choice of the language ;
- save your choices about cookies;
- to ensure the security of the website and the navigation;
Cookies for audience measurement
We use the Google Analytics solution.
- These cookies are used to measure and analyze the number of visitors to the site;
- Measure audience, performance and optimize advertising campaigns with other Google tools.
- monitor and maintain the stability of the site,
- provide reports and statistics;
- measure performance.
Facebook Ad Pixel
On some pages of our site we use the Facebook pixel. This pixel is installed on the pages of our site and sends information to Facebook. This information concerns the pages of the site that you have visited as well as the following events and data: the number of page views and the number of purchases made on the website.
This pixel allows us to provide you with a personalized advertising experience and to optimize our advertising campaigns and their conversion, to create more relevant audiences on our site and on Facebook, and to identify visitors from Facebook.
Pixel embedded in emails
We use a pixel (Sarbacane Pixel) in the electronic communications that we send to you which allows us to have different types of information, the time and date of the consultation of the mel, the location or the browsers used. This information allows us to measure and analyze the audience of our communications and to target their recipients.
Targeted advertising cookies
Subject to your prior consent, they allow our partners to display to you on our site and outside our site personalized content and advertisements according to your interests.
Cookies deposited by or through our site
The cookies deposited by or through our Site are detailed in the table below:
Flows outside the European Union
When using Google's services, data is transferred outside the European Union to the United States, in particular for audience measurement (IP address, unique identifier and navigation information) and personalized advertising. The United States does not provide an equivalent level of data protection to that applied at the European level. We have a contract with Google's Irish entity and the European Commission's standard contractual clauses have been signed to govern data transfers. Additional safeguards are in place to ensure that the data transferred is protected.
Please note that if you do not want your data to be transferred to the United States, we recommend that you do not accept Google Analytics cookies or Google advertising cookies in the cookies module.
In the context of the use of the Facebook pixel, personal data concerning events or actions that you carry out on the site for the purposes of personalization, optimization and measurement of our advertisements on Facebook so that they are distributed to the people most likely to be interested, are processed. This data is transferred outside the European Union to the United States, which does not provide the same level of data protection as the European Union. The European Commission's standard contractual clauses have been signed to govern data transfers, particularly to the importer in the United States, and additional guarantees have been taken to ensure that the transferred data is protected.
Please note that if you do not want your data to be transferred to the United States, we recommend that you do not accept cookies and Facebook Pixel in the cookie module.
Consent and cookie management
On your first visit, you will be asked to accept or refuse the use of certain cookies for which consent is required.
The cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the Site are not subject to the collection of your consent.
As for other cookies, you can consent to them, define your choices or refuse them all from the module on the site.
The consent or refusal cookies must remain on your terminal equipment, otherwise if you delete them, we will resubmit the cookies banner so that you can express your choice again. They are kept for 6 months. At the end of this period, we will ask you again for your consent or refusal.
You can change your wishes at any time by clicking on the small icon in the left corner of your screen.
Document version: 9/03/2023