WHAT IS A COOKIE?

Cookies are small text files with identifying tags that are stored in your computer's browser directory or program data sub-folders.

Cookies are created when you use your browser to visit a website (like ours) that uses cookies to track your movements around the site, help you pick up where you left off, remember your login credentials, preferences and other personalization features.

WHY DO WE USE COOKIES?

We use cookies so that we can provide you with an optimal experience that is tailored to your preferences. For example, cookies allow you to avoid having to re-enter the same information each time you visit our site.

We also use them to optimize the performance of our site (on computers and mobile devices). They make it easier for you to navigate, and will help you find the content you want more quickly.

WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE ON OUR SITE?

Technical and navigational cookies

These cookies are placed on our website (desktop and mobile). They make your browsing experience more pleasant and are necessary to allow you to access certain features or services; they expire immediately when you close your browser.

If you have disabled cookies on your web browser, access to our services may be impaired. We therefore advise you to activate them in order to be able to take advantage of all our services on our site and our application.

The cookie of audience measurement and follow-up of navigation

This is another style of cookie that we also deposit on our website and our application. Its role is to collect your statistical data in an anonymous way in order to improve the ergonomics of our interface. You can also deactivate them in the "How to manage the deposit and reading of cookies?" section.

Social network sharing cookies

These cookies may be deposited on your device by social network platforms. Their purpose is to facilitate the sharing of our content as well as our services. We do not control these cookies or the data they collect. For more information on this subject, consult the privacy policies of the social networks.