What are cookies?
Cookies are text files that are placed and stored on the hard drive of your terminal (computer, Smartphone, tablet or any other device that can be used to browse the internet) by a website server.
Some of these cookies are required to access some site functionalities. Others are used to record statistics and site visit figures (number of visitors to each page, geographical origin of the devices used to visit the site, etc.) and statistics concerning the consultation and use of various elements present on the site (sections and content browsed, duration of visit, etc.). They can also be used to provide additional services such as the sharing of content on a website via social networking sites.
These cookies are used to remember your preferences
Google Analytics audience measurement cookies
These cookies are used to help measure cross-sectionally the activity of our visitors on the site.
Adsense advertising cookies
These third-part cookies are used by advertising agencies to help us personalize the advertisements that are presented to you during your consultation.
Social network sharing cookies
These cookies offer you features to share some of the content published on the site through social networking sites
Configuring and deleting cookies
In compliance with regulations, you have the right to oppose and to access personal data.
To manage cookies as you wish, please change your browser settings bearing in mind the role of the cookies as specified above.
Each browser has a different configuration. This configuration is described in your browser's help menu. Open this menu to find out how to set your cookie preferences.
You can deactivate cookies following the instructions below:
In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button and then select Internet options.
In the General tab, click on Settings under Browsing history, click on Parameters.
Click on the "View files" button.
Click on the header of the Name column to sort all files in alphabetical order and then browse the list until you see files starting with the "Cookie" prefix. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie).
Select the cookie or cookies that you would like to remove.
Close the window which contains the list of files and then double-click OK to go back to Internet Explorer.
Go to the "Tools" tab of the browser and select the “Options” menu.
In the display window, select "Privacy" and click on "Remove individual cookies".
Identify the files listed above, select them and remove them.
In your browser, select the Edit > Preferences menu.
Click on Security.
Click on View cookies.
Select the cookies listed above and click on Remove or Remove all.
When you have deleted the cookies, click on Finish.
Click on the Tools menu icon.
Click on the Advanced options tab and access the "Privacy" section.
Click on the View cookies button.
Identify the files listed above, select them and delete them.
Click on "Close" to go back to your browser.