Cookie policy


1. Use of trackers

Like most website publishers, we use electronic trackers, including cookies, to enable the identification of your computer, smartphone or tablet.

When you connect to our site, you are informed by means of a banner allowing you to accept or refuse the use of cookies, or to select the types of cookies you wish to allow.


You can change your preferences at any time by clicking here.

2. What is a cookie?

A cookie is an electronic identifier that a website or application sets on the device you use to consult it (computer, smartphone, tablet, console, etc.). The cookie allows your device to be identified when you connect to the same site, or to a partner site or application.

Other technologies, such as web beacons, pixels or fingerprinting, may also be used to identify the device for various purposes.

For example, cookies may allow a website to store information about your preferred settings, the pages of the site you have visited and your browsing habits. As a result, they can be used to optimize the user's experience on the site, as well as to provide the user with targeted advertising or personalized services.


3. Cookies: what does the law say?

French and European regulations govern the use of cookies. Article 82 of France’s Computing and Liberties Act 1978 states that cookies should not be set or read without the user's prior consent, unless they are "strictly necessary" for the provision of a service expressly requested by the user, or if their sole purpose is to enable or facilitate communication by electronic means. This article transposes Article 5(3) of the European Directive 2002/58/EC (ePrivacy Directive) into French law.

In addition, the use of trackers is subject to certain provisions of European Regulation 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR), in particular where the trackers and the information they collect allow you to be identified. For more information about our processing of personal data and your rights in this regard, please see our privacy policy.

In France, the CNIL gives recommendations and guidelines on the use of trackers. In particular, it adopted guidelines on cookies and other trackers in September 2020, which you can view here (in French).



4. Our cookies

We use various cookies on our website, including for the following purposes:

  • To save your settings while you are on our website,
  • To monitor the performance of our website and systems,
  • To allow tracking of traffic on our site,

Some of the cookies used on our site are provided by third party partners. As a result, the partners have access to information generated by the trackers when you visit the site (e.g., the fact that you have visited the site, the pages you have viewed, the date and time of your visit, etc.).

You can view all the different cookies used on the site, and see the names of the third party providers, by clicking here .

The data processing carried out by these partners is sometimes carried out outside the European Union, in a "third country" in which the rules applicable to the processing of personal data are different from those in force in France and within the EU. For more information on these transfers and more generally on the processing carried out by the partner, you can consult the link to the website of the partner in question in the table below.



5. Ability to change your browser settings to refuse cookies

Depending on the browser you use (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer or Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, etc.), you may be able to prevent the deposit of cookies and other tracers, and delete those already stored on your device, by modifying the settings of your browser.

You can also install additional modules and plugins on your browser in order to obtain more information about the presence of tracers, and possibly block them.

However, please note that the use of such modules or plugins may interfere with the appearance or operation of our Cookie Banner.