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Cookie policy

Information about cookies on this website
When you visit the website, information relating to the browsing of your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) on our site may be recorded in text files called ‘cookies’ installed on your terminal, subject to your choices regarding cookies, which you may modify at any time.
Only the sender of a cookie is likely to read or modify the information contained therein.
This page gives you a better understanding of how cookies work and how to use the current tools to configure them.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file of limited size, generally made up of letters and numbers, sent by the web server to the cookie file of the browser located on your computer's hard drive.

Purpose of the cookies used on the site

  • The website uses cookies for the following purposes:

  • To help us recognise your browser as that of a previous visitor and to record the preferences you set during your previous visit to the site;

  • To help us personalise the content and advertising you see when you visit the site;

  • To help us measure and study the effectiveness of our interactive online content, features, advertising and other communications;

  • To monitor analytical data on the site, the use made of the site by users and to improve the site's services.

Cookies are implemented in all sites built by Wix :

Cookie name: svSession
Lifetime : Permanent
Purpose: Identifies unique visitors and tracks visitor sessions on a site
Cookie name: hs
Lifetime: Session
Purpose: Security
Cookie name: XSRF-TOKEN
Lifetime: Session
Purpose: Security
Cookie Name: smSession
Lifetime: 2 weeks
Purpose: to identify members of the site (who are logged in)
Cookie name: TSxxxxxxxx (where x is replaced by a random series of numbers and letters)
Lifetime : Permanent (2 weeks)
Purpose : Security
Cookie Name: TSxxxxxxxx_d (where x is replaced by a random string of numbers and letters)
Lifetime: Session
Purpose: Security
Cookie Name: RequestID
Lifetime: Session
Purpose: to track visitor behaviour and measure site performance.​

Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to collect information about how visitors use our website, and to better understand their expectations. This enables us to constantly improve the site.
Google Analytics records information about the pages you visit, the length of your visit, the pages from which you came, etc. We do not receive or record any personal information such as your name or address, so this cookie cannot be used to identify you. We do not authorize Google to use or share with a third party any data relating to navigation on our site. The expiration date indicated below represents the lifetime of a cookie on your browser.
This randomly generated number is used to track the number of unique visitors to our site.
Expiration: 2 years
This randomly generated number is used (along with _utmc) to determine the average length of visits to our site.
Expiration: 30 minutes
This randomly generated number is used (along with _utmb) to find out when you close your browser.
Expiration: End of session
Used to contain peak requests in order to improve the user experience.
Expiration: 10 minutes
This is a randomly generated number as well as information on how the site was reached by the visitor (via a link, via organic search or sponsored search).
Expiration: 6 months.
You can choose not to provide data via Google Analytics cookies: visit this page on Google.

Cookies issued by third parties
We would like to inform you that certain third-party companies may issue cookies from certain areas accessible on our site.The issue and use of cookies by these companies are subject to the policies of these companies.In particular, we may include on our site computer applications from third parties, which allow you to share content on our site with other people or to let these other people know your consultation or your opinion concerning content on our site. This is particularly the case with “Share” and “Like” buttons from social networks such as Facebook, etc. The social network may identify you by means of this button, even if you have not used it when visiting our site. This type of application button may enable the social network concerned to track your browsing on our site, simply because your social network account was activated on your terminal (open session) during your browsing on our site.
We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect information relating to your browsing on our site and associated with the personal data they hold. We invite you to consult the privacy protection policies of these social networks in order to learn about the purposes for which they may use the browsing information they may collect via these application buttons, particularly for advertising purposes. These protection policies should enable you to exercise your choices with regard to these social networks, in particular by configuring your user accounts for each of these networks.
Accepting or rejecting cookies
There are several ways to manage cookies.Setting your browser's parametersYou can configure your browser so that cookies are stored on your terminal or rejected, either systematically or depending on the sender.You can also configure your browser so that you are prompted to accept or reject cookies before a cookie is stored on your terminal.Here's how to control or prevent the storage of cookies:
The configuration of each browser is different. It is described in your browser's help menu, which will tell you how to modify your cookie preferences.
You can disable cookies by following the instructions below:

1- Si vous utilisez le navigateur Internet Explorer

  • Dans Internet Explorer, cliquez sur le bouton Outils, puis sur Options Internet

  • Sous l’onglet Général, sous Historique de navigation, cliquez sur Paramètres

  • Cliquez sur le bouton Afficher les fichiers

  • Cliquez sur l’en-tête de colonne Nom pour trier tous les fichiers dans l’ordre alphabétique, puis parcourez la liste jusqu’à ce que vous voyez des fichiers commençant par le préfixe « Cookie ». (Tous les cookies possèdent ce préfixe et contiennent habituellement le nom du site Web qui a créé le cookie)

  • Sélectionnez le ou les cookies comprenant le nom et supprimez-les

  • Fermez la fenêtre qui contient la liste des fichiers, puis cliquez deux fois sur OK pour retourner dans Internet Explorer.

2 – Si vous utilisez le navigateur Firefox

  • Allez dans l’onglet » Outils « du navigateur puis sélectionnez le menu « Options »

  • Dans la fenêtre qui s’affiche, choisissez » Vie privée « et cliquez sur » Affichez les cookies

  • Dans la fenêtre qui s’affiche, choisissez » Vie privée « et cliquez sur » Affichez les cookies

  • Repérez les fichiers qui contiennent le nom Sélectionnez-les et supprimez-les.

3 – Si vous utilisez le navigateur Safari

  • Dans votre navigateur, choisissez le menu Édition > Préférences

  • Cliquez sur Sécurité

  • Cliquez sur Afficher les cookies

  • Sélectionnez les cookies qui contiennent le nom « et cliquez sur Effacer ou sur Tout effacer

  • Après avoir supprimé les cookies, cliquez sur Terminé

4 – Si vous utilisez le navigateur Google Chrome

  • Cliquez sur l’icône du menu Paramètres

  • Dans la section « Confidentialité”

  • Cliquez sur le bouton Paramètres de Contenu

  • Cliquez sur Cookies et données de site

  • Repérez les fichiers qui contiennent le nom Sélectionnez-les et supprimez-les

  • Cliquez sur » Fermer « pour revenir à votre navigateur

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