Cookie disclaimer

When visiting our website, cookies are installed on your computer, mobile device, or tablet.

A) What are cookies used for?

A cookie is a file installed by your web browser on the hard disk of your terminal (PC, tablet, smart phone) when visiting a website. A cookie allows the server to identify the terminal (PC, tablet, smart phone) on which it is installed, for the period during which the aforementioned cookie is valid or installed.

B) What cookies are used on the Website?

Three types of cookies are used:

Cookies needed for the Website to work properly; these are session cookies needed solely for the technical identification of the connection. These cookies are only preserved for the period of time you are connected to the Website.

“Analytical” cookies intended to analyse traffic on the Website (for example: most visited pages, research engine requests, etc.). These include cookies such as “Analytics” and “Hotjar.”

Cookies managed by third parties, which are subject to the management policies of these third parties. We are notifying you about the purpose of the cookies we are aware of and of methods available to you to make choices concerning these cookies.

Cookies used on the Website are listed under the following names:

  • Analytics
  • Hotjar
  • Addthis (part of the management of social networks such as Facebook or Twitter)
  • Youtube (appears when viewing videos).

C) How to reject / delete cookies:

As a user, you may at any time decide to allow or not allow cookies to be installed on your terminal (PC, tablet, smart phone).

If in your web browser (e.g., Microsoft Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) you have allowed cookies to be installed on your device, the cookies left by the pages and content you have visited will be temporarily stored in a dedicated location on your terminal.

If you do not allow cookies to be installed on your device, or if you delete those that have been installed, you will no longer benefit from some of our Website's functions.

Preliminary remark: most web browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can choose to block these cookies or ask your browser to warn you when a website attempts to install a cookie on your terminal.

To change how your browser manages cookies, you have to change the settings in the confidentiality tab.

To manage cookies and your selections, each browser has a different configuration. This is described in your browser’s help menu, which will show you how to change your cookie preferences:

For more information about cookies, please visit the CNIL website (French national data protection authority) at