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.

You can authorise, block or delete cookies installed on your workstation by modifying your web browser’s settings. Please see the links below for guidance on how to do this on the most popular browsers:

 Cookie Configuration

When you browse the site Linbynet.com, cookies are enabled by default and data may be read or stored locally on your device. You will be notified the first time you receive a cookie, and then you can decide whether to accept it or refuse it. By continuing to use the site Linkbynet.com, you expressly authorize Linkbynet to use such cookies.
You can also configure your browser software to refuse all cookies (including cookies used for web analytics services); if you do so, however, some areas and features of the site Linkbynet.com may not function properly and/or you may not be able to access some parts or services of the site Linkbynet.com.

You can deactivate the cookies by following the instructions below:

  • You use the Internet Explorer browser
  • In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options. Under the General tab, under Browsing History, click on Configuration, then on the Display Files button.
    Next, click on the Name column header to sort the files in alphabetical order, then go down the list to the files starting with the Cookie prefix (all cookies have this prefix and normally contain the name of the website that created the cookie).
    Select the cookie(s) with the name Linkbynet and remove them.
    Close the window that contains the list of files, then double click on OK to return to Internet Explorer.

  • You use the Firefox browser
  • On the browser’s Tools tab, choose the Options menu.
    In the window that displays, choose Privacy and click on Display Cookies.
    Locate the files containing the name Linkbynet, select them and remove them.

  • You use the Safari browser
  • In your browser, choose the Edition > Preferences menu.
    Click on Security, then on Display Cookies.
    Select the cookies containing the name Linkbynet and click on Remove or Remove All.
    After removing the cookies, click on Done.

  • You use the Google Chrome browser
  • Click on the Tools menu icon and choose Options.
    Click on the Advanced Options tab and access the Privacy section.
    Click on the Display Cookies button.
    Locate the files containing the name Linkbynet, select them and remove them.
    Click on Close to return to your browser.

    For further information in French on cookies, see the CNIL site: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/