A cookie is a small text file sent to your hard disk by a web server.
Their main purpose is to make navigation more fluid and more “made-to-measure”.
To store your preferences, comfort cookies (for example, once you have entered all the information on your login data, etc., you will not have to rewrite them)
To protect your data as much as possible
To improve the browsing experience
To get a detailed statistic on the visits that are carried out on the site
Essential “technical” cookies
They are essential for the proper functioning of the pages of the site. Without these cookies, some features may be compromised and access to content may be limited. They allow, for example, to track the authentication of a user or site administrator. Cookies of this type do not collect any personal information from the user.
Functional “technical” cookies
These are cookies used to store choices made by the user to improve navigation (for example the language, or pre-fill a form with the name used previously). This type of cookies could include personal information (for example, the username). Without these cookies some features and navigation between pages could be compromised.
These are cookies used to understand: if users are new or return, how they use the site, how they move between pages, how much time they remain on the pages and on the site, from which geographic area they came to the site. The data do not identify the user as a person but are anonymously aggregated by the analysis tools. The deactivation does not compromise in any way the features offered by the site.
Cookies social share
Some widgets made available by social networks (eg Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Maps, etc.) may use their own third-party cookies. Deactivation does not compromise the use of the site, except in the sections where widgets can be installed (for example for video or map integration) and in some cases the possibility of quick sharing of the contents or the possibility of commenting on some areas of the site .
What cookies do we use?
Statistical cookies and integration of Google services
Some pages on the site incorporate YouTube video content into them. When you visit a page containing a YouTube video, or click to view the video, cookies from YouTube may be recalled.
To find out more, visit the YouTube information page on videos embedded in web pages.
Google maps cookies
Some pages of the site incorporate maps of Google Maps. When you visit a page containing Google Maps, or click to view it, cookies from Google may be recalled.
To learn more, visit the Google information page on maps embedded in Web pages.
How can you manage cookies?
The browser (s) installed on your computer allow you to define settings for cookies (enable, disable, delete …).
The deactivation or suppression of cookies may prevent access to some pages of the website.
The management of cookies depends on your browser, click on your browser icon to know how to manage cookies:
Google Chrome | Internet Explorer | Mozilla Firefox | Safari
From mobile device: Android – Ios – Windows Phone – Blackberry
What is the legal framework?
With an amendment to Article 5 (3) of Directive 2002/58 / EC with the adoption of Directive 2009/136 / EC, the European legislator established the principle of user consent prior to filing information on the material of a user or access to information already stored. unless these actions are strictly necessary for the issuance of an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user.