What is a cookie ?
A cookie is a small text file sent to the user's browser by the website consulted, and stored in his terminal. Cookies allow the visited website to collect information about the user's visit, such as the course on the site or the language of preference, to improve the browsing experience and the content and functionality of the site Internet.
There are different types of cookies including:
- Session cookies that disappear as soon as the user leaves the site;
- Permanent cookies that remain on the user's device until their lifetime expires or until the user deletes them using the features of their browser.
The user is informed that during his visits to the site, cookies may be installed on his terminal.
Purpose of cookies used
In addition to session cookies, AD Associés may use the following cookies:
- Statistical cookies allowing, by the collection and communication of information anonymously, to produce audience measurement statistics used for the purpose of analyzing the use and the use made of the site by the users;
- Marketing cookies that are used to track users of the site for the purpose of displaying relevant advertisements based on users' interests.
Cookies may be kept for a maximum of thirteen months from their deposit on the user's terminal. At the end of this period, the consent of the user will be required again.
1. Acceptance of cookies
The deposit of cookies requires the prior consent of the user. The user can at any time accept or refuse the deposit of cookies, or modify his choices including configuring his browser.
2. Disabling cookies
The user has the option to refuse the deposit of cookie on his terminal. However, the user is informed that the complete rejection of cookies may prevent him from taking full advantage of the site's features. Thus, AD Associés declines any responsibility concerning the consequences related to possible malfunctions of the site resulting from the impossibility of registering or consulting the cookies necessary for the functioning of the site and that the user would have refused or deleted. The user can configure his browser so that cookies are saved in his terminal or, conversely, they are rejected, either systematically or according to their issuer. The user also has the option of configuring his browser so that the acceptance or the refusal of cookies is offered to him punctually, before a cookie is likely to be registered in his terminal.
The user finally has the option to regularly delete cookies from his terminal via his browser.
For the management of cookies and choices offered to the user, the configuration of each browser is different. For example :
For practical advice on these options and how to delete cookie files stored in your device, depending on the browser used, we invite you to consult the "Your tracks" section of the CNIL website (National Commission for Informatics and Freedoms): http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/