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Cookie policy

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU-long European regulation on how we should behave with regard to personal data.

A cookie is information stored on your computer by a website that you visit. Cookies often store your settings for a website, such as your preferred language or location. This allows the site to present you with personalized information corresponding to your needs.

Cookies can store a wide variety of information, including personally identifiable information (such as your name, mailing address, email address, or phone number). However, this information can only be retained if you provide it. Websites cannot gain access to information that you have not provided to them and cannot access other files on your computer.

These are the cookies necessary for the proper functioning of our website. They allow you to use the main features of our website (for example logging in to your subscriber account or using the shopping cart). Without these cookies, you will not be able to use our website normally.

These are cookies that allow us to know the use and performance of our website and to improve its operation. (for example, the most frequently visited pages, Internet users' searches in the search engine, etc.)

No third-party cookies (example advertising tracking) is used on our website.

You can choose to deactivate these cookies at any time. Your browser can also be configured to notify you of the cookies that are stored on your computer and ask you to accept them or not. You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse them systematically once and for all.

We remind you that the settings are likely to modify your conditions of access to our services requiring the use of cookies.

In order to manage cookies as closely as possible to your expectations, we invite you to configure your browser taking into account the purpose of cookies as mentioned above.

The European Union wishes to further protect the personal data of Internet users with the directive on cookies. Basically, the EU distinguishes between technically necessary cookies and unnecessary cookies:

  1. Technically necessary cookies: Necessary data storage includes cookies which are absolutely necessary for the functions of a website. This means, for example, saving the login data, the shopping cart or the language selection using session cookies (which are deleted when the browser is closed).
  2. Technically unnecessary cookies: Non-essential cookies are considered to be text files which are not used only for the functionality of the website, but which also collect other data. These include the following:
  • Tracking cookies
  • Targeting cookies (targeting)
  • Analysis cookies
  • Social media cookies

Cookies are small files that websites place on your PC to store information about your preferences. They can improve your browsing experience by letting websites know your preferences or by preventing you from having to log in again each time you visit certain sites. However, some cookies may threaten the privacy of your information by tracking the sites you visit.

To delete cookies

  1. In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, point to Security, and then select Delete Browsing History.

  2. Select the Cookies and website data check box, and then click Delete.

Block or allow cookies

If you don't want sites to store cookies on your PC, you can block cookies. However, blocking cookies may prevent certain pages from displaying correctly, or you may get a message from a site telling you that you must allow cookies to view that site.

  1. In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then select Internet Options.

  2. Select the Privacy tab, and under Settings, select Advanced. Choose whether you want to allow, block, or be prompted to determine the desired configuration for first-party and third-party cookies.