When you consult our website, some cookies are downloaded to your computer, your smartphone or your tablet.

Our website is designed to be attentive to the needs and expectations of our users. This page allows you to better understand how cookies work and how to set them.

Definition of cookies

A cookie is a text file downloaded to your computer when you visit a website or consult an advertisement. It aims to collect information related to your browser and direct you to the services suitable for your terminal (computer, smartphone, tablet). Cookies are managed by your internet browser.

Who emits cookies


These are cookies downloaded by on your computer to meet the needs of navigation, optimization and customization of services on our site.


These are cookies downloaded by third-party companies (for example our partners) to identify your centers of interest and possibly customize the advertising offer to which you can send them to and from our site. They can be downloaded when you browse our website or when you click on the advertising space on our website. We ensure that our partner companies strictly comply with the implementation of the EC Directive 2009/136 and undertake to implement appropriate security and data protection measures.

Settings of your internet browser

At any time, you can choose to disable cookies. Your browser can be set up to notify you of the cookies that are downloaded to your computer and ask you to accept them or not. You can accept or decline cookies from time to time or refuse them systematically. Please note that the setting can change your access conditions to our content and services that require the use of cookies. If your browser is configured to reject all cookies, you will not be able to use part of our services. To manage cookies closer to your expectations, we invite you to set your browser considering the purpose of cookies.


From your tablet, choose the "Settings" menu, "Safari", "Privacy & Security", Block cookies and choose the mode.


Click on the "Tools" menu icon. Select "Options", Click on the "Advanced options" tab and access the "Confidentiality" section. Click on "View cookies".