1. Management of cookies
1.1.1. When you visit the Website, a “cookie” may be installed in your computer. A cookie is a file that records information concerning your browsing of the Website from that computer (e.g., visited pages, date and time of browsing, viewed links) and will facilitate your visits by making it easier and faster for you to identify yourself to access your target pages.
1.1.2. You can delete cookies installed on your computer at any time and prevent new cookies being saved and receive notification before installation of a new cookie by configuring your browser software. Please refer to the help section of your browser software for more information on how to activate and deactivate these functions and refer to the browser’s “types of cookies, cookies, statistics, settings”.
1.1.3. Please note that you may not benefit from some of the services if you uninstall a cookie or prevent cookies from being installed on your machine.
1.2. Types of cookies, cookies and statistics and settings
1.2.1. Cookies installed on your server when you surf on the website are cookies which exclusively aim at enabling or facilitating communication through electronic mean or which are strictly necessary for the provision of services you require (languages cookies, identify cookies…) or statistics cookies or other cookies under the following conditions.
1.2.2. When cookies require your prior consent to the installation, you are asked through the banner displayed on the front page, stating that the pursuit of the navigation on the website means your acceptance.
1.3. Which cookies are installed?
Cookies deposited by default at the creation of a site
Technical and functional cookies
|Name of cookie
|Purpose of the cookie
|Contains information on the browsing session and allows the user to access the site.
|Deleted at the end of navigation
|Drupal’s cookie configuration
|Allows you to find out which services have been refused or accepted by the user.
The name of this cookie is configurable in BO and may have a different name on
|These cookies can be added to the acceptance of the tealium service. They make it possible to manage the activation or not of other cookies contained in the Tealium Tag management system.
|In a Find My Product form, save the user's entries
|Cookie added to form submission
|Cookie created at the closing of the welcome popup
|Deleted at the end of navigation
|Cookie created at the closing of the splash screen popup
|Time of session
|Cookie for recording the language chosen by the user.
|Cookie added to cookie banner acceptance
By default, all the sites of the Web factory use AT Internet. These cookies are therefore mandatory on your site if it is registered in the Web factory.
|Name of the cookie
|Purpose of the cookie
|Conservation period for France
|Conservation period out of France
|Client-side visitor ID cookie
|CNIL exemption cookie that allows the storage/recording of visitor consent
|Historical visitor ID (backup server-side visitor ID cookie)
|Secured visitor ID (backup server-side visitor ID cookie)
|Main visitor ID (backup serverside visitor ID cookie)
|Keeps a prior attribution campaign in memory
|List of new campaigns encountered during a visit, in order to avoid measuring the same campaign several times
1.3.1. Statistics Cookies enable us to measure the number of visits, the number of page views and the activity of visitors on the website, including their return rate. In that case, a statistical tool creates a cookie with a unique identifier, which will be stored for a maximum of 7 months. Your IP address is also connected to determine from where you connect. It is immediately rendered anonymous when you leave the Website, which prevents your identification as a physical person. The statistic data concerning the site traffic is first collected by the service provider AT Internet and then returned to the data controller in an aggregated and anonymous format, through a web interface that only the data controller can access.
1.3.2. This data will not be transferred to third parties or used for another purpose. At any time, you can block those cookies by using the “opt out” process at http://www.xiti.com/en/optout.aspx .
1.4. How can you delete, be informed about the installation of new cookies?
1.4.1. How can you delete cookies file already installed on your computer?
(a) Go to your workstation
(b) Select C:\ the “Windows file”
(c) Open the “temporary internet Files” file
(d) Select all the files (CTL A)
(e) Choose the option “delete”
1.4.2. How can you refuse or can you be informed of setup of all the cookies files?
(a) Surfing with Internet Explorer 5 (Microsoft): choose “Tools”, “internet Options”, “Security”, “Customise the level”, in the rolling menu, click on, “authorize cookies on your computer”, choose “ask for”, to be informed or deactivate so as to refuse all the cookies
(b) Surfing with Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8 (Microsoft): Click on “Tools”, “Internet Options”, “Confidentiality”, then the level you want to apply.
(c) Surfing with Firefox: Click on “Tools”, “Options”. In “Privacy” uncheck “Accept cookies”.
(d) Surfing with Google Chrome: Click on “Customise and Control Google Chrome”, click on “Settings”. In “Confidentiality”, click “Content Settings”, and tick “Block cookies and data from third parties websites.
2 Your rights
In accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act, you have a right to access, query, modify, rectify or delete your personal data. You can obtain disclosure of your personal data in a usable format. You can also object to the processing and circulation of your personal data. The company reserves the right to reject any request it deems inappropriate. In accordance with law in force, you have a right of formal consent to sales canvassing via e-mail, fax or automatic caller.
If you wish to exercise these rights or obtain other information, please send your request by e-mail to [email protected]