What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a text file placed on your hard drive by the site server. However, a cookie does not allow you to be identified . It simply creates a random number that records information.

The site implements cookies in order to analyze and facilitate your navigation.

You can accept or refuse the deposit of cookies according to the cookie concerned by following the procedure provided via the cookie banner of the site. Some cookies are necessary for the use of the site. If you do not accept them, you cannot browse the site.

Which cookies are affected?

Cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the site and the services you request.

These cookies allow you to create your account, view products, place an order, etc.

These cookies also allow us to fight against fraud to secure authentication to our site or secure your transactions. 

This is information relating to your terminal necessary for the recognition of equipment (computer, tablet or mobile phone). A “fingerprint” type machine identifier (device fingerprinting) is therefore used to secure transactions

Analytical cookies , allowing us to know the use and performance of our site and to improve its operation by studying your navigation.

In particular, we use audience measurement services allowing us to properly administer our Site.

Functional cookies are not strictly necessary but allow an optimization of your experience, in particular by adapting your journey on the Site.

• Advertising cookies are used to show you advertisements or send you information tailored to your areas of interest. They do not directly store personal data, but are based on the unique identification of your browser.

Cookies and social networks?

These cookies allow users to use the features of the various social networks and in particular to share pages and content via these networks. To find out more about the processing carried out on social networks, we invite you to consult their legal notices and data processing policies.

How long are they kept?

They are kept for a maximum of 13 months. At the end of this period, your consent must be collected again.

How do I manage my cookies?

The deposit of cookies is subject to consent.

When you first connect to the site, you can accept, configure or refuse cookies by clicking on the corresponding button in the cookie banner.

Cookies necessary for the operation of the Site and the provision of services cannot be refused. You will not be able to access the Site without accepting them.

Other cookies can be refused, but refusing them degrades your experience.

How can I limit my tracks and configure my browser?

To limit your traces, you can perform two actions:

  • limit the use of cookies, in your browser settings (on your computer or on your phone) or by using private browsing;
  • delete the cookies placed by the sites on your device.

You can disable the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings in your browser.

For Mozilla Firefox :

  1. Choose the “tool” menu then “options”,
  2. Click on the “privacy and security” icon,
  3. Locate the “retention rules” menu and select the options that suit you.

For Microsoft Internet Explorer :

  1. Choose the “tools” menu, then “internet options”,
  2. Click on the “privacy” tab, then “advanced settings”
  3. Select the options that suit you.

For Google Chrome :

  1. Choose the “settings” menu then “advanced settings” then “content settings”,
  2. Choose the “cookies” menu and select “blocked”.

For Safari :

  1. Choose the “Safari” menu, then “Preferences” then “Privacy”
  2. Select “refuse cookies placed”.

For Opera:

  1. Choose the “preferences” menu, then “advanced” then “cookies”
  2. Select “never accept cookies”

For brave:

  1. Choose "menu", then settings, then "advanced settings
  2. Select in the privacy and security tab "cookies and site data"
  3. Choose the option that suits you

For Edge :

  1. Choose “menu” then “settings”.
  2. In the drop-down menu below cookies, you can select the option of your choice.

For Vivaldi:

  1. Choose “settings” then “privacy”
  2. Choose the option that suits you.

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