What is a cookie?

Cookies are data stored in a user's terminal equipment and used by the site to send information to the user's browser, enabling the browser to send information back to the originating site (for example a session identifier, choice of language or date).

There are session cookies, which disappear as soon as you leave the site, and permanent cookies, which remain on your terminal equipment until they expire or until you delete them using your browser's functions.

For the duration of the cookie's validity, cookies enable status information to be stored when a browser accesses the various pages of a website or when the browser returns to the website at a later date. Only the sender of a cookie can read or modify the information contained in it.

Cookies cannot be used to identify individual users by name.

You are informed that, when you visit the site, cookies may be installed on your terminal equipment.

What types of cookies do we use?

The cookies we use on our site fall into different categories.

  • Strictly necessary cookies (mandatory)

These cookies are necessary for the operation of the Site. They enable you to browse the Site and use its services and functions. Example: the wd cookie, which detects the screen resolution you are using in order to optimise the display of the site accordingly).

  • Preference cookies (subject to your consent)

These cookies enable the site to remember your choices in order to provide you with personalised features. Example: your browser uses a cookie to save your passwords or bank details so that you do not have to re-enter them the next time you log on or make a purchase.

  • Audience measurement cookies (subject to consent, except under certain conditions)

These cookies enable us to recognise and measure the number of visitors to our site and also to analyse the way in which visitors navigate the site.
We may also use audience measurement cookies without your consent in certain cases, in accordance with the regulations in force.

  • Advertising targeting and tracking cookies (subject to your consent)

These cookies are used to provide you with advertising that is better suited to your interests. They record your visit to our site, the pages you consult and the links you follow. We use this information to make our site and any advertising on it as relevant as possible to your interests.

We may also share this information with partners using third-party cookies. This information will be used by these partners for online advertising purposes, in particular to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign, to limit the frequency of distribution (i.e. to limit the number of times you see an advertisement), and for advertising affiliation.

  • Social media and content sharing cookies (subject to your consent)

Our Site may include content hosted by a third-party online content provider (e.g. YouTube) or social media plug-ins.

The use of these cookies is subject to the personal data protection policies of these third parties.

You will find further information on third-party cookies in the table below.

What type of information can be stored in a cookie?

The information stored by the cookies placed on your device may relate to the following, within the limits of their retention period:

- the web pages you have visited using this device ;

- the advertisements you clicked on;

- the type of browser you are using;

- your IP address ;

- parameters for use ;

- browsing times (website or pages)

- the data entered

How long are cookies stored?

Cookies will remain on your browser for a maximum of 13 months from the time they are placed on your terminal.

How do I manage cookies?

You can manage the way we use cookies on our site by modifying your cookie preferences at the bottom of this Cookie notice or by clicking on the Settings button on the home interface. 

Please note that the use of cookies strictly necessary for the proper operation of the site does not require your consent. This is why the " strictly necessary cookies" is pre-checked in our cookie management tool and is not optional.

It is also important to note that by refusing certain types of cookies (preference cookies, for example), you prevent us from optimising your user experience on our site. Example: If you use a site frequently, you will not be able to pre-register your personal data before filling in the contact form.

You can manage your cookie preferences via your browser settings:

By way of example, here are the links to support for the most commonly used browsers:

Please note that if you set your browser to refuse cookies, certain functions, pages and areas of the site that require the use of cookies will not be accessible, for which we cannot be held responsible.

To find out more about how to configure your browsers, please visit the website of the Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés : https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.

List of cookies used on our site :

Name Supplier Purpose Expiration Type
elementor Elementor Store the actions carried out by users on the website persistent Functional
wc_cart_hash_* WooCommerce Store items in the shop basket session Functional
wc_fragments_* WooCommerce   persistent Functional
PHPSESSID PHP Administrator cookie, cookies will be ignored session essential cookie
tk_ai Automattic
Automattic privacy statement.
Store a unique user ID session Functional
cookie_notice_accepted Cookie Notice for GDPR This cookie is used to accept the pop-up associated with cookies when a user browses the site for the first time. session Functional
wordpress_* WordPress cookies will be ignored   Administrator cookie
__stripe_mid Stripe
Preventing fraud 1 year Functional
__stripe_sid Stripe
Preventing fraud 30 minutes Functional
Google Fonts API Google Fonts
display of web fonts OR
Request the user's IP address
no Tracking
rc::c Google reCAPTCHA This cookie is used to distinguish between humans and robots. This is beneficial for the website in order to create valid reports on site usage. session Tracking
rc::b Google reCAPTCHA This cookie is used to distinguish between humans and robots. This is beneficial for the website in order to create valid reports on site usage. Session Marketing
rc::a Google reCAPTCHA This cookie is used to distinguish between humans and robots. This is beneficial for the website in order to create valid reports on site usage. persistent Tracking
Google Maps API Google Maps      
GPS YouTube Stores a unique identifier on mobile devices to enable tracking based on GPS location. 1 day Tracking
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE YouTube to estimate user bandwidth on pages with embedded YouTube videos. 179 days Functional
YSC YouTube Stores a unique identifier to keep statistics on YouTube videos viewed by the user. Session Statistics
PREF YouTube Stores a unique identifier used by Google to keep statistics on how visitors use YouTube videos on different websites. 8 months Statistics
ts_c PayPal Preventing fraud 3 years Functional
paypal PayPal Preventing fraud persistent Functional
__paypal_storage__ PayPal Collection of personal data persistent Functional
ts Dailymotion Play and share videos with other users session Functional
_js_datr Facebook cookies will be ignored 2 years Functional
actppresence Facebook Cookies beginning with presence, p or c act come from Facebook. They are used to optimise advertising on Facebook. session Tracking
_fbc Facebook Browser identifier and time stamp

Identifies browser for login authentication purposes

2 years Tracking
fbm* Facebook Store account information 1 year Tracking
xs Facebook Store a unique session ID 3 months Tracking
wd Facebook Determines the screen resolution 1 week Functional
en Facebook Activation of ad serving and targeting 3 months Tracking
act Facebook Keeping users logged in 90 days Functional
_fbp Facebook Track and record visits to the site 3 months Tracking
datr Facebook Preventing fraud 2 years Tracking
c_user Facebook Store a unique session ID 90 days Functional
csm Facebook Preventing fraud 90 days Functional
sb Facebook Store browser info 2 years Tracking
presence Facebook Check that the browser tab is active session Functional
*_fbm_ Facebook Store account details 1 year Tracking
bcookie LinkedIn
Store browser info 2 years Tracking
li-oatml LinkedIn Activate ad serving 1 month Tracking
BizographicsOptOut LinkedIn This cookie keeps track of the user who has deactivated LinkedIn tracking. 90 days Functional
li_sugr LinkedIn Store browser info 3 months Tracking
UserMatchHistory LinkedIn Activate ad serving 1 month Tracking
linkedin_oauth_ LinkedIn to provide functions across pages session Functional
lidc LinkedIn Record actions on the site 1 day Tracking
bscookie LinkedIn Record actions on the site 2 years Tracking
X-LI-IDC LinkedIn to provide functions across pages session Tracking