About using cookies, web beacons and other technologies

By browsing this website, you consent to the use of cookies.

You may refuse the use of your data for the purposes of targeted advertising interests this site : more information.
You will still receive advertisements but they will not be targeted interests. You can choose to disable cookies in your browser at any time by following the instructions below.

Please note that third parties such as advertising networks, advertising agencies, advertisers and audience segments providers may also, when you visit the site, create cookies, pixel tags, Flash cookies and other technologies your computer and access it.


Cookies are small amounts of information stored in files within the browser on your computer. Cookies are accessed and stored by the websites you visit, and the companies that show advertisements on their websites, so that they can recognize the browser. Websites can only access the cookies they have stored on your computer. For example, if the computer company X saves a cookie on your browser, X can access its own cookie, but not to that of another company.
By using this site, you consent to the use of cookies.

This website uses cookies to:

• To help us recognize your browser as that of a previous visitor and to save the preferences you have specified in your previous visit to the site. For example, we can save your login information so you do not have to sign in each time you visit the site;
• To help us customize the content and advertisements you see when you visit the site;
• To help us measure and study the effectiveness of our online interactive content, features, advertisements and other communications;
• To follow the analytical data on the site, the use made of the site by users and to improve the services of the site.

Web beacons:

We may use web beacons (also called clear GIFs, web beacons, pixels or action tags). These technologies are code fragments that are in the form of a small graphic image on a web page or in an email. Web beacons can recognize certain types of information on your computer, such as cookies, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the Web beacon is placed. In general, any file offered as part of a web page may act as an invisible beacon.
We use pixel tracking for various purposes, for example, to determine if you are connected to the site and if you are connected to a third party service or not. Third parties may also use web beacons on the website to receive information for auditing, research and reporting, or to understand your interests and to select and deliver advertisements tailored to them .

Flash cookies:

Some third-party partners of the Site may use Flash cookies, otherwise known as local shared objects (locally shared objects, LSO). They are used to identify your interests through the items you see and more generally to track user behavior in different ways. Local shared objects retain data similar to cookies in a folder on the user’s computer, and they are installed through the Flash Player video player from Adobe.

How to refuse targeted advertising of interest:

To deny based advertising interest of this site, set the commercials refusal cookie by visiting Your Online Choices and following the instructions given there.
Please note that even if you refuse this service, you will always receive from advertising, but you will no longer receive targeted advertising based on your interests. If you delete your cookies, you will eventually refuse again. Similarly, if you use another browser, you will again refuse cookies.
For more information, visit the website IAB France and the Adobe Flash site.

Your Choices Regarding Cookies and Web Beacons:

You can choose to configure your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, notify you when a cookie is issued, its validity and its contents, as well as allow you to refuse the registration into your device, and delete your cookies periodically.
You can set your browser to turn off cookies. However, note that if you disable cookies, your username and password will not be saved on any web site.
For more information on methods allowing you to delete and control cookies stored on your computer, visit the following site : http://www.allaboutcookies.org/fr/

How to configure your browser:

• Firefox :
1. Open Firefox
2. Press the “Alt”
3. In the top menu of the page click on “Tools” then “Options”
4. Select the “Privacy” tab
5. In the drop-down menu to the right of “conservation Rules”, click “Use custom settings for history”
6. A little lower, uncheck “Accept cookies”
7. Save your preferences by clicking “OK”

• Internet Explorer :
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. In the “Tools” menu, select “Internet Options”
3. Click the “Privacy” tab
4. Click “Advanced” and uncheck “Accept”
5. Save your preferences by clicking “OK”

• Google Chrome :
1. Open Google Chrome
2. Click the Tools icon in the menu bar
3. Select “Options”
4. Click on the tab “Advanced Options”
5. In the menu “Cookie settings” select “Block all cookies”

• Safari :
1. Open Safari
2. In the top menu bar, click “Safari”, then “Preferences”
3. Select the “Security” icon
4. Next to “Accept Cookies” select “Never”
5. If you want to see the cookies already stored on your computer, click “Show Cookies. »