When visiting a website, you are informed that a cookie may be downloaded to your browser. A cookie is a small text file not designed for identification purposes but used to store information related to your browsing on the Site. Cookies analyse how often you visit the site and for how long, as well as analysing browsing activity with a view to improving the quality of the Site.

When accessing this Site, a cookie may be automatically downloaded and stored in the memory of your hard drive, in order to enhance your browsing experience. Once your session is finished, the cookie will be destroyed. A cookie is a small data file generated at random which a website may send to the hard drive of a personal computer to make your browsing and logging in easier. By definition, a cookie does not enable us to identify you.

By using this site, you accept the use of these cookies.

You may, if you wish, refuse to have these session cookies stored on your computer by configuring your browser accordingly. However, doing this may alter or negatively impact your browsing experience on this website. You may also change your choices at all times if you wish.


If you wish to refuse to have these “third party” cookies downloaded to your computer then follow the procedures and choose the options that suit you best:

For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Choose the “Tools” menu and then “Options”.
2. Choose the “Privacy & Security” menu.
3. Locate the “Cookies and Site Data” menu and choose the options that suit you best.

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. Choose the “Tools” menu and then “Internet options”.
2. Click on the “Confidentiality” icon.
3. Use the cursor to choose the level you want.

For Chrome:
1. Open the Chrome/Settings menu.
2. Click on “Advanced”.
3. Click on “Site Settings” in the “Privacy and security” section.
4. Click on “Cookies and site data” in the new window.
5. Click on “Remove All” and accept by clicking on “Clear all”

For Safari:
Open the Safari/Preferences menu.
Click on “Privacy”.
In “Block all cookies”, tick “Always”.

In order to learn about the options provided by all other browsers and the procedures for deleting the cookies stored on your computer, CNIL [the French National Committee for Information Technology and Civil Liberties] sets out the procedure you need to follow in order to limit your tracks on the Internet: and, more generally, inform you about cookie setting systems

You are entitled to access, rectify or delete your personnel data communicated by “cookies” in accordance with the conditions set out in § “Personal Data”.