What’s a cookie ?

A cookie is a file that downloads on to your computer when you visit certain websites. Its main purpose is to allow websites to store and retrieve data relating to a user’s web browsing habits, and in turn, recognise the user.

However, only certain data is retained: the number of pages, the city where the IP connecting to the website is located, the frequency of visits, the length of the visit, the browser, the provider or the type of terminal where the website is accessed from. Cookies never retain data such as the name of the user or postal address of the connection point.

Cookies used on this website :

We only use cookies with the aim of obtaining information on the use of our websites, and for statistical purposes. The majority of cookies will expire at the end of the user’s session on these websites, or upon closing the web browser.

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