Definition of Cookies
Cookies are small text files sent by a web site to your device and automatically sent back to the same web site on your following visits.
While browsing the Web Site you may receive on your device Cookies that are sent from the Web Site (so-called first party Cookies) and from websites other than the Web Site (so-called third party Cookies). In addition, Cookies may be stored permanently and have a variable duration (so-called persistent Cookies), but also expire at the end of a browser session or have a limited duration (so-called session Cookies).
The Web Site uses the following categories of Cookies:
The use of session technical Cookies is strictly circumscribed to the transmission of session identifiers (web server generated random numbers), which are required for a secure and efficient surfing of the Web Site. The session Cookies used in this Web Site do not rely on potentially harmful IT techniques and do not permit the user’s identification.
There are other technical Cookies which are necessary for the proper operation of the Web Site. Purpose of these Cookies is to provide the services required by users and to grant them the best possible surfing experience. This type of Cookies may not be disabled.
In order to install the technical Cookies, the prior consent of the user is not necessary.
Google Analytics Cookies
This Web Site uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). The Cookie of Google Analytics permits to analyse how users use the Web Site. The information generated by such Cookie (including the user’s IP address) may be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google (data processor) will use this information for the purpose of examining your use of the Web Site, compiling reports on Web Site activity for website operators and providing other services relating to Web Site activity and Internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties, if required by the law or if such third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your IP-address with any other data held by Google.
In order to install the Cookie of Google Analytics, your prior valid consent is necessary.
Cookies used by the Web Site
The following are the first and third parties Cookies installed on the Web Site:
|COOKIE TYPE||NAME||DURATION||PURPOSE||FURTHER INFORMATION|
|First party||XSRF-TOKEN||2 hours||Strictly Necessary||Serves to prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks|
|First party||klaro||4 months||Strictly Necessary||Record cookies preferences|
|Third party||_ga||2 years||Performance||Used by Google Analytics. Registers a unique ID used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website. Http://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies|
|Third party||_gid||1 day||Performance||Used by Google Analytics. Registers a unique ID used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website. Http://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies|
|Third party||_gat_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx||1 minutes||Targeting/ADV||Used by Google Analytics. to limit the frequency of requests. Http://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies|
How do you disable cookies?
Most browsers allow you to refuse/accept cookies. We set out below some practical information on how to disable cookies on the main browsers.
Click on “Settings”
Click on “Clear on Browsing data”
Click on “Select Cookies”
Click on “Clear Data”
Click on “Options”
Click on “Privacy & Security”
Click on “Clear History…”
Click on “Expand Details”
Click on “Clear now”
Click on “Internet options”
Click on “Delete”
Click on “Delete”
Click on “Preferences”
Click on “Privacy”
Click on “Cookies and website data” and confirm