A cookie is a text file that can be stored in a dedicated space on the hard drive of your terminal* when you consult an online service using your browser software. A cookie file allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is stored, during the period of validity or registration of the cookie.
* the terminal refers to the hardware equipment (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) that you use to consult or see a site, an application, advertising content, etc.
We use analytical cookies for statistics and research. We are therefore required to use Google Analytics in order to know the use and performance of our site, to establish statistics, traffic volumes and the use of its various elements (content visited, routes) and to allow us to improve the interest of our content (the pages or sections most often visited, the articles the most read, etc.).
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Our site may contain cookies issued by third parties (in particular cookies that can be installed by sharing links on social networks). The issuance and use of these cookies are subject to the policies of these third parties. We invite you to consult their sites for more information.
The registration of a cookie in a terminal is essentially subject to the will of the terminal user, which the user can express and modify at any time and free of charge.
If you have accepted the recording of cookies in your terminal in your browser software, the cookies integrated into the pages and content that you have viewed may be temporarily stored in a dedicated area on your terminal.
However, you can refuse the recording of cookies on your terminal or delete those stored there by configuring your browser.
Most browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can decide to block these cookies or ask your browser to warn you when a site tries to implement a cookie on your terminal.
To change the management of cookies in your browser, you can change the settings in the privacy tab.
You can change your cookie settings at any time.
For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to change your cookie wishes:
For Internet Explorer
For Google Chrome
“Adobe Flash Player”™ is a computer application that allows the rapid development of dynamic content using the “Flash” computer language. Flash (and similar applications) remembers the settings, preferences, and use of this content using technology similar to cookies. However, “Adobe Flash Player™” manages this information and your choices via an interface different from that provided by your browser software.
Insofar as your terminal is likely to view content developed with the Flash language, we invite you to access your Flash cookie management tools, directly from the site. https://www.adobe.com/fr.
For more information on cookies, please consult the CNIL website: