The site that you are visiting uses tracers, also known as cookies. Thus, the site may access information that is already stored in your electronic communication equipment and record information.
The site exclusively utilizes tracers that are “strictly necessary,” which do not require your prior consent.
We don’t use tracers to facilitate navigation on the site, specifically by memorizing your navigation preferences defined during your session and determining anonymous visit statistics.
These tracers cannot, technically, be disactivated from the site. However, you can oppose the use of these tracers in your browser settings. These settings depend on the browser that you use, but in general it’s simple: in principle, you can either activate a private navigation function or prohibit or restrict the tracers (cookies). Careful, it’s possible that the tracers were recorded on your memory before changing your browser settings: in this case, erase your navigation history, while using the browser settings.
The use of tracers is regulated by article 32 II of law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, incorporating article 5.3 of directive 2002/58/CE of the European Parliament and the council of 12 July 2002 modified by directive 2009/136/CE.
For more information on cookies and tracers, we invite you to visit the CNIL site: www.cnil.fr.