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  • Cookies

    Websites use purposeful and considered techniques to make them user-friendly and as interesting as possible for each visitor. Cookies are one of the best-known techniques. They can be used by website owners or by third parties, such as advertisers, who communicate through the website which you are visiting.

    Cookie statement
    Cookies are small text files stored by websites on user devices. The information contained in the cookies can also be used to monitor how you surf on the various websites which use the same cookie. Cookies are categorised according to their expiry date and source.
    We consider it essential to provide you with information on the cookies used on our website and on their purpose. The aim is threefold – to protect your privacy, to increase the usability of our website and to help its development. The following information will allow you to find out more about the cookies used on our website and their purpose.


    How we use the cookies
    We use cookies to obtain statistics as to the number of visitors and to register your preferences when you surf on the website. We also use the cookies to improve your use of the website while surfing it.

    The different types of cookies and the uses
    We use different types of cookies, depending on their purpose. You will find below a list of the most commonly used cookies, as well as a description of their purpose.

    Session cookies
    A session cookie is stored temporarily in your computer’s memory while you surf on a website. They are not stocked for a long period on your device and disappear when you close your browser.

    Original cookies
    These cookies are installed by the website itself (the same domain that appears in the browser address bar) and can only be read by that website. These cookies are generally used for storing information,n such as your preferences, for use when you next visit the website.

    Third-party cookies
    Third-party cookies are installed by a domain other than the one in the browser’s address bar, in other words by a different organisation to the website owner.
    Cookies used to record web statistics, for example, can be third-party cookies.
    Third-party cookies can be used to perform more in-depth surveys of user surfing patterns and are considered to be more sensitive in terms of integrity. This is why most web browsers will allow you to change your settings in order to refuse them.


    Cookie management
    As cookies are simple text files, they can be viewed using most text editors or word processors. You can open a cookie by clicking on it and the list below explains how to display cookies in different browsers. If you’re using a browser which is not on the list, you should look at the information this browser gives on the use of cookies. If you are using a
    mobile phone, refer to its user manual for more details.
    Firefox : Click here
    Chrome : Click here
    Internet Explorer 8 et + : Click here

    Disabling/enabling or deleting cookies
    To restrict or block cookies, you need to open your browser settings. If you do not want a website to install a cookie on your device, your browser must be set to warn you before a cookie is installed. Your browser can also be configured to refuse all cookies, or only third-party cookies. You can also delete any cookie which has been installed on your device. Note that you will need to change the settings individually for each browser and device that you use.
    You should understand that if you do not accept cookies, we will not be able to guarantee that our website operates properly and you may be unable to use certain functions.
    Each browser uses a different method to change the settings. If necessary, look at your browser’s help section to find out which settings to make.
    To disable cookies on your mobile phone, refer to its user manual for more details.

    Unexpected cookies and others
    Given the way the Internet and websites operate, we do not always have information on the cookies installed by third parties on our website. This is especially true for embedded items, such as texts, documents, images or short films stored on a third-party website, but disseminated on or through our website.
    You should therefore not hesitate to contact us if you come across a cookie of this type which is not included in the above-mentioned list on our website. You may also contact the third-party website directly to have more information on these cookies, their purpose and expiry date and also to find out how much protection your privacy is given.

    This Statement may be amended periodically, in line with changes made to our website or to regulations related to cookies. We are authorised to amend at any time and without notice, the content of this Statement and the list of cookies. You can check this webpage for the latest version.
    If you have any questions or comments, please contact us :

    11 rue de l’Académie
    BP 9029
    F – 67000 STRASBOURG


    Latest update: October 2021