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Cookie and Tracker Policy

When browsing our site, cookies are stored on your device.
The purpose of this policy is to inform you about the nature and purpose of the deposited cookies and how you can accept or refuse them.

1 – Definition of a Cookie

A cookie is a small file stored by a server on a user’s device (computer, phone, tablet, etc.) and associated with a web domain (usually across all pages of a website). This file is automatically sent during subsequent contacts with the same domain.
Cookies have various uses: they can store your customer ID with an online store, the current contents of your shopping cart, the display language of the web page, an identifier for tracking your navigation for statistical or advertising purposes, etc.

There are several types of cookies:

  • « Necessary » or internal cookies allow saving information between two visits to the same website on the same device. They can save a shopping cart, login credentials, or interface customization elements.
  • « Statistical » cookies track the actions of a user on a website.
  • « Internal » or « first-party » cookies are deposited by the visited site. They can be used to collect personal data, track user behavior, and serve advertising purposes.
  • « Third-party » cookies are deposited by (or for) a site B (often an advertising network) on a site A, allowing site B to see which pages were visited on site A by a user and collect information about them.

2 – Other Trackers Used

Other types of trackers can be used, such as invisible pixels, also called web bugs or web beacons. These appear as tiny graphic images and can be placed on the site or in an email. Their function is to collect technical information (e.g., your IP address or the type of device you use) and information about your activity (e.g., date and time of viewing a page) or to allow the deposit of a third-party cookie to send this information to a server.

3 – Purposes of Cookies and Other Trackers

Cookies serve various purposes, including:

  • Measuring and analyzing the traffic and usage of the site, its sections, and offered services, allowing us to conduct studies and improve the site’s interest and ergonomics.
  • Remembering display preferences of your browser and adapting the site’s presentation during your visits.
  • Remembering information related to a form you filled out or a service (registration, access to your account) or chosen information (subscribed services, content of your shopping cart).
  • Allowing access to reserved and personal areas of the site or our services, such as your personal account, using identifiers or previously communicated personal data, enabling access to personalized content.
  • Implementing security measures.
  • Limiting the number of displayed ads.
  • Adapting inserted advertising content to your interests and behaviors and possibly linking to a location (e.g., list of nearest schools).
  • Adapting and sending personalized ads specifically addressed to you through electronic prospecting or display on your terminal device within advertising spaces containing cookies we emit, using the personal data you provide, especially during registration or access to one of our services.

When you access a third-party site containing advertising spaces displaying one of our ads, we can send this ad to you via the recognition of a cookie we previously deposited on your browser. These cookies can be placed by our technical service providers and used by them.

4 – Cookies and Other Trackers Deposited from Our Site

4.1 – Cookies and Other Trackers Deposited by Us and Third Parties on Our Site

Necessary Cookies

These are strictly necessary for the management, operation, and security of the site, as well as for navigation on the site. These include:

  • Preference cookies: They record your choices regarding cookies, allowing the cookie banner to be minimized on future visits to the site if you have chosen not to accept advertising and analytical cookies. These cookies include
    • AXEPTIO: AXEPTIO is our user consent collection and management platform. For more information on AXEPTIO’s privacy policy, please visit: AXEPTIO Legal Mentions.
  • Session cookies: Necessary for tracking your navigation on the site, ensuring that the information you enter or the paths you follow on the site are recorded and memorized. They prevent you from being considered a new visitor each time you connect to the site. These cookies do not allow personal identification and are not linked to other stored information about you.
    These cookies include:

    • TS******:** TS* cookies are used to maintain the session state between the end-user and the Web Application Firewall.
    • CFGLOBALS: The CFGLOBALS cookie is used to maintain the session state between the end-user and the Web application.
    • JSESSIONID: The JSESSIONID cookie is used to maintain the session state between the end-user and the Web application of the website.
  • Load balancing cookies: Used when more than one server provides access to web pages. When you visit our website, you are assigned to one of the many servers. These cookies are necessary to track the server with which you are communicating to present a consistent user experience and to remember information about the data you have entered. These cookies do not personally identify you and are not linked to any other information stored about you.
  • JavaScript verification cookies: Help the website understand whether browser JavaScript functionality is enabled or not.

Non-Necessary Cookies

  • Functionality cookies: Provide more personalized services, store information about your consent when loading specific features (e.g., YouTube videos). Some can be configured by providers, and they are stored for reference on future visits to the site. These cookies include:
    • YOUTUBE: This cookie links the site you are visiting to your YouTube account, making suggested content from YouTube more relevant. For more information, please visit: Google Privacy Policy.
  • Advertising cookies: Store your browsing preferences or are useful for marketing. These cookies allow sharing some data with advertisers, such as what you like, so that displayed ads conform to your preferences.
  • Performance and analysis cookies: Help understand visitor behavior when navigating a website. They allow improving websites and marketing messages sent to customers. These cookies include:
    • GOOGLE ANALYTICS: Allows the analysis of statistics on our site. Essential for managing our website, it measures indicators such as traffic, the most viewed products, or the geographical distribution of visitors. For more information, please visit: Google Analytics Support.
    • GOOGLE ADS: Collects data on the content you have viewed on our site to provide you with personalized advertising when you visit other sites. For more information on Google’s privacy policy, please visit: Google Privacy.
    • Google Conversion Tracking: Provides statistics on the usage of Google conversion tracking. This Google Ads tool can show what happens after customers click on your ad (e.g., if they bought your product, called from a mobile phone, or downloaded your app).
    • Google Remarketing: Google-specific code for remarketing/targeting advertising.
    • Google Marketing platform: Assists Google in feeding Google Ads with data to increase the credibility of its results. This cookie is set by
    • DoubleClick (owned by Google) to create a profile of the interests of site visitors and display relevant ads on other sites.
    • Google Conversion Linker: Detects ad click information in your conversion page URLs and stores this information to associate an ad click with a conversion.
    • GOOGLE TAG MANAGER: Facilitates the implementation of tags on pages and allows managing Google tags. For more information on Google’s privacy policy, please visit: Google Privacy.
    • HUBSPOT: Customer relationship management tool. All information you voluntarily provide to us is stored in this tool. With it, we can build a personalized relationship tailored to your needs. For more information on HubSpot’s privacy policy, please visit: HubSpot Privacy Policy.
    • SENDINBLUE: Tool for sending personalized emails. For more information on Sendinblue’s privacy policy, please visit: Sendinblue Anti-Spam Policy.

This includes cookies like Google Analytics for collecting and analyzing information about the use of the website by visitors. Data about website usage, including your IP address, may be transmitted to Google and stored on servers in the United States. The data collected by Google Analytics is used to analyze how often the same people revisit the website, how the website is found (from advertising websites or referrals), and which pages are most frequently viewed.

For more information on GOOGLE’s data protection policy, please visit the following link: Google Privacy Policies.

  • Social media cookies: May be used to track your activity on social media platforms, allowing you to express opinions and recommend the website to others. These cookies include:
    • FACEBOOK: Collects data on the pages you have viewed to personalize the ads you subsequently see on Facebook and Instagram. For more information on Facebook’s privacy policy, please visit: Facebook Cookies Policy.
    • Facebook Conversion Tracking: Facebook’s conversion tracking feature allows a user to track clicks on ads.
    • Facebook Custom Audiences: Custom audiences from your website allow you to reach people who visited your website and deliver the right message to them on Facebook.
    • Facebook Pixel: Identifies visitors from Facebook posts. This small piece of code provided by Facebook allows us to continue our interactions with you in your news feed.
    • LINKEDIN: Identifies visitors from LinkedIn. This small piece of code provided by LinkedIn allows us to continue our interactions on this social network. For more information, please visit: LinkedIn Privacy Policy.

4.2 – Cookies Integrated into Third-Party Applications

We may include on our site computer applications from third parties that allow you to share content from our site with other people or make your visits or opinions about content on our site known to these other people. This is particularly the case with buttons such as « Share, » « Like, » from social networks such as « Facebook, » « Instagram, » « TikTok, » and « LinkedIn. »
The social network may identify you through this button, even if you did not use it during your visit to our site. This type of application button may allow the concerned social network to track your navigation on our site, simply because your social network account was active on your browser (session open) during your navigation on our site.
We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect information about your navigation on our site and associated with the personal data they have. We recommend checking the terms of use of your data on these social networks to know the purposes of use, including advertising, the navigation information they can collect through these application buttons. It is essential to ensure that the terms of use of these social networks allow you to frame and restrict the use of your data by these social networks, particularly by configuring your user accounts with them.
You will find in our Data Protection Policy links to access the Data Protection Policies of these different social networks and applications.

5 – Consent/Cookie Management/Cookie Duration

During your first visit to our site, you are offered, through the automatic appearance of a banner, to accept, refuse, and/or set the use of certain cookies.
If you do not wish cookies to be installed or read on your terminal equipment, a refusal cookie will be deposited on your equipment so that we record the information that you have opposed the use of cookies.
When you accept the deposit of cookies, a consent cookie is installed. It will be valid for a maximum of 13 months.
Refusal or consent cookies must remain on your terminal equipment. You can change your choices at any time.
You can manage and modify the use of cookies at any time according to the possibilities mentioned below.
You can manage your cookies:

  • During your first connection to the Site, following the instructions provided on the banner that will automatically appear on the screen.
  • At any time on our site by clicking on « Settings » in the module that remains available at all times on the left side of your screen.
  • From your browser software or interprofessional opposition platforms.

1. Managing Your Cookies from the Banner and the Site:

  • A banner will give you access, from your first connection to the Site, to a management module allowing you to choose which cookies you want to accept and which ones you want to refuse on our site.
  • At any time, you can access the module on the left side of your screen and change your choices.

2. Managing Your Cookies from Your Browser Software:

  • You can configure your browser software so that cookies are stored on your terminal equipment or rejected, either systematically or depending on their issuer.
  • You can also regularly delete cookies from your terminal through your browser.

Remember to configure all browsers on your various devices (tablets, smartphones, computers, etc.).
For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to modify your choices regarding cookies. Examples include:

  • Internet Explorer: Block, enable, or allow cookies.
  • Chrome: Google Chrome cookie settings.
  • Firefox: Blocking cookies in Firefox.
  • Safari: Safari cookie settings.
  • Opera: Opera browser security and privacy settings.

3. Online Management of Your Cookies from Interprofessional Opposition Platforms:
Various specific tools exist to oppose the deposit of cookies:

  • Your Online Choices: This site allows you to notify your choices regarding advertising cookies.
  • Flash Player settings: Managing Flash Player settings :
  • Specific extensions for certain cookies: Such as the «  »Browser Add-on for Google Analytics Deactivation »
  • Browser extensions such as DoNotTrackMe, Disconnect, Ghostery, or Privacy Badger.

For more information, the CNIL has published a guide on mastering cookies at the following address:

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