1. Advance notification and consent
2. Definition of cookies
A cookie is a small text file that may be stored in a dedicated space on your device’s hard drive (e.g. your computer, tablet, or mobile telephone) when you visit a website using your browser software. It is transmitted by the website server to your browser. The cookie file is used by the issuer to identify the device on which it is stored during the consent period or storage period of the cookie in question. Each cookie is assigned an anonymous ID tag. A cookie cannot be used to identify a natural person, but only the computer or portable device being used, by means of a randomly generated ID tag. Cookies record only information relating to your browsing activities on the Site (number of visits, pages viewed, date and time of visit, etc.).
For more information on cookies:
- http://www.aboutcookies.org/ (in English)
When you visit our Site, we may install, subject to your consent, different types of cookies:
- Functionality cookies;
- Performance and analysis cookies;
- Sharing cookies (social media cookies);
- Advertising cookies.
These cookies may be permanent or temporary.
Permanent cookies stay on your device for the duration of time specified by the cookie or until you delete them using your browser. We will use these cookies to identify you during your next visit (by recording a randomly generated number) and they help us gather information on how our Site is used. We use this information to prepare reports and to improve our Site. These cookies gather information in an anonymous format, such as the number of visitors, how visitors arrive at our Site, and the pages visited.
Temporary cookies stay on your device for the length of your browsing session and disappear once you leave the Site. They allow our website to remember your browsing choices on our Site so that we do not have to ask for certain information again. On our Site, these cookies do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify you personally. Only the issuer of a cookie can read or modify the information contained in the cookie.
3.1 Functionality cookies
We may use functionality cookies to facilitate your browsing on our Site and the use of its functionalities.
In accordance with regulations, we do not need to obtain your consent for these cookies because they are, by their nature, required in order to browse the website or strictly necessary for the provision of a service specifically requested by a user. Deleting them may result in browsing difficulties. Therefore, we strongly advise against deleting them.
If you delete these cookies, we will be unable to guarantee that our Site will function properly and we will be unable to guarantee your security while you browse the Site.
3.2 Performance and analysis cookies
We use analysis cookies to understand how our Site is used and how it performs, to compile statistics, and to assess traffic volumes and how the various elements of our Site are used (the most frequently visited pages or sections, the most-read articles, etc.) in order to improve the value and usability of our services.
In order to do so, we use the following tools:
For more information, please see the following pages: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage and https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245.
– Pardot: a marketing tool provided by Salesforce for managing and optimising our marketing campaigns, qualifying prospects, and generating leads. For more information, please see the following pages: http://www.pardot.com/company/legal/privacy-policy and http://help.pardot.com/customer/portal/articles/2125776-pardot-cookies-overview.
3.3 Sharing cookies (social media cookies)
Our Site may contain content from third-party websites (application buttons), which allow you to share content from our Site or your opinion with other people via social media (YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.). When you use these sharing buttons, a third-party cookie is installed. This applies notably to the ‘Share’, ‘Like’, ‘g+1’, and ‘Tweet’ buttons from social networks such as ‘Facebook’, ‘Google+’, ‘Twitter’, etc. If you interact through content from third-party websites, for example by clicking on the ‘Like’ button or by leaving a comment, the corresponding information will be transmitted to the social network and published on your profile.
Social networks providing such application buttons may be able to identify you through this button, even if you did not use this button while viewing our site. This type of application button will allow the relevant social network to understand how you use our Site, simply because your account on the relevant social network was activated on your device (open session) as you browsed our site.
If you do not want the social network to link the information collected through our Site to your user account, you must first log out of your social network account.
In any event, you may also refuse to accept these cookies by activating the appropriate setting in your browser, as indicated in Article 4 of this Policy.
We encourage you to read the privacy policies for these social networks to take note of the purposes for which the information will be used, in particular advertising purposes, and the browsing information that they may gather through these application buttons.
3.4 Advertising cookies
A third-party advertising cookie is a cookie placed on the server by a domain different from that of the site visited. These cookies allow third-party websites to gather and store information such as user preferences and pages visited for advertising purposes or to improve their services.
The most commonly used advertising cookies are generally those used by advertising companies. They are used for tracking on a network of sites. For example, they may be used for behavioural targeting, because they can ‘recognise’ a visitor on a set of distinct websites. In such cases, the cookie from the network manager is placed or used on the pages of each site through a tag.
4. Right to access and refuse
4.1 Terms and conditions for exercising the right to access and refuse
In accordance with France’s amended digital economy law of 6 January 1978, you have the right to access, delete, and refuse the processing of your personal data.
You may exercise your right to access your personal data by contacting the IDNOMIC Data Protection Officer at the following address: IDnomic – CIL – 175 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France. Please attach a copy of your ID card containing your signature to your request.
4.2 Web browser settings
Depending on the type of web browser you use, you can always decide to refuse to accept cookies or to disable them. The default settings on browsers are usually set to accept cookies. You can change this setting on your browser.
Your browser may also be set to inform you that cookies have been placed on your computer and to ask you to accept or reject them. You can accept or reject cookies on a case-by-case basis, depending on the site generating them, or to systematically block all cookies once and for all.
In order to manage cookies in line with your requirements, we encourage you to take into account the purpose of cookies, as described above, when adjusting your browser settings.
The configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help section of your browser, which will explain how to adjust your cookie preferences.
The following instructions explain how to disable cookies:
Microsoft Internet Explorer (http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-fr/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11)
- In Internet Explorer, click ‘Tools’ then ‘Internet Options’.
- Go to the ‘Privacy’ tab, and then under ‘Settings’, move the slider to the top to block all cookies, then click ‘OK’.
Mozilla Firefox (https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies)
- Click the ‘Tools’ menu button and choose ‘Options’;
- Select the ‘Privacy’ panel;
- Under ‘History’, set ‘Firefox will’ to ‘use custom settings for history’,
- Select ‘Accept cookies’ to activate cookies, or unselect this option to disable cookies.
- In your browser, select the Action menu > Preferences,
- Click the ‘Security’ toolbar,
- Click ‘Show cookies’,
- Select the cookies and click ‘Remove’ or ‘Remove all’,
- After removing the cookies, click ‘Done’.
Google Chrome (https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=fr)
- Click the ‘Tools’ menu icon
- Select ‘Settings’,
- At the bottom of the page, select ‘Show advanced settings’,
- In the ‘Privacy’ section, select ‘Content settings’,
- Select the options you prefer and click OK.
Some browsers offer the ‘Do Not Track’ option, which you can select to request that cookies not be placed on your device.
4.3 Other solutions for handling cookies
You can install the CookieViz software for viewing and managing cookies, which you can download for free from the CNIL (French Data Protection Authority) website: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/telechargez-cookieviz/.
You can also visit the website Youronlinechoices, which is written and funded by a group of internet advertising professionals who are members of the EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance) and managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France. This European platform allows you to turn on or off cookies that may be used by certain companies to adapt the types of advertisements that may be displayed on your device: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/. However, this procedure does not block advertisements from being displayed by the websites that you visit. It blocks only the technologies used to deliver advertisements that reflect your interests.
We reserve the right to modify the terms of our cookies policy at any time. Therefore, we recommend that you visit our Site regularly to check for any updates.
The modifications made to our cookies policy will take effect at the time of publication on our Site.
In case of questions, please write to: IDNOMIC – Direction Marketing – 175 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France