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Cookie Statement

WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHAT DO WE USE THEM FOR?

A “cookie” (or cookie) is a small piece of code, a piece of information that your computer’s browser stores. It tracks how a user moves between pages within a website. It helps so that when you revisit a page, it can display personalized elements. They can even be used to analyze traffic data for a site.

Almost all websites use cookies, and they do not pose any danger to your computer!

If you want to change how your computer handles cookies, you can easily do this in your browser settings. You can entirely or partially refuse cookies for a website or all pages. They will be automatically enabled if you do not block them from your browser. If you exclude all cookies, you may not be able to use all elements of our site.

What cookies do we use on our site, and why?

We currently use cookies to understand how you use our website. This allows us to better understand your expectations of our site and to adapt the site to provide you with an even better service.

The cookies we use fall into four categories:

1. Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are essential for browsing our website, using its features, and remembering actions taken. They are only valid for your visit and are automatically deleted from your computer at the end of your session or when you close your browser.

2. Performance measurement cookies

We use Google Analytics cookies to analyze our website to develop and improve the site according to visitors’ habits. Importantly, these cookies cannot and do not attempt to specifically identify visitors. No personal data is stored or tracked by them.

3. Functional cookies

They make it easier and more enjoyable for you to use the website. For example, they’re useful for logging in or custom settings because they allow your computer to remember this setting, so you don’t have to log in every time you visit.

4. Cookies used for advertising

In this case, we share some of the content of the cookie with a third party on which we advertise. For example, in the case of Google advertising, this third party is Google.

They aim to provide you with information that may be of interest or important to you. These cookies also cannot specifically identify visitors (the IP address you use is only partially recorded).

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