A cookie is a small file distributed with the pages of a website and stored by the browser on the hard drive of your computer, tablet or mobile. The information that it contains is sent to the website’s servers the next time the user visits it, and so allows the website’s owner to track the user’s activity.
It is worth pointing out that the word “cookie” also covers any other technical tracking process such as “scripts” in general. A script is a fragment of programming code used to make a website work interactively. Lastly, “web beacons” and “tracking pixels” and “social media cookies” are also cookies.
Cookies make it possible to customise content and offer the features required for a website to work properly, such as checking baskets or saving language preferences for example.
1. Technical Cookies
We use some cookies to remember your settings and preferences, such as the language you choose. These cookies are essential for the website to work properly and cannot be disabled.
2. Audience measurement cookies
We use these to analyse and improve the website’s audiences with Google Analytics. This tool collects for example the date and time you access the site, which pages you have viewed, the type of browser, the platform and/or operating systems used.
The legal basis on which this processing is based is your consent.
Your consent can be changed or withdrawn at any time by changing your preferences via the cookie bar or by clicking here :