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Cookies

Cookies are small text files stored on your device (computer, tablet or mobile) when you are on the Internet, including on CFAO Group’s websites.

 

Which Cookies do we use?

 

Depending on your device, we set up Cookies in particular to:

  • Help us recognize your browser from one session to another and to remember your preferences, for example to ensure that you do not have to retype the forms details
  • Help measure the activities of our visitors on the sites and so allow us to offer a better browsing experience.

For more information on the Cookies used on this device, please read on this page the Cookies list for CFAO Group's websites.

How to set up the Cookies through my Internet browser?

 

The settings from the Internet browsers are usually programmed by default to accept Cookies, but you can easily adjust it by changing the settings of your browser. However, if you choose to disable the Cookies on your browser, you might not be able to benefit from all the functionalities offered by our websites.

For more information on the setting of Cookies, please consult the following links: www.aboutcookies.org


For Internet Explorer™: IE cookies
For Safari™: Safari cookies
For Chrome™: Chrome cookies
For Firefox™: Firefox cookies
For Opera™: Opera cookies

Are we welcoming Cookies from third-parties?

 

Cookies from third-party websites may be stored on your device and are aimed to personalize and/or improve the content (including advertising) which may be offered to you during your navigation. Depending on the supports, several Cookies of third-party may be stored, including:

Content of Social Networks: we may publish on our supports content from social networks. Thus, by consulting this content on our supports, a Cookie from this social network may be stored on your device. We invite you to read the Cookie Policy of these social networks for more information.

Flash: Flash Cookies are files stored by the software Flash. This tool is often set up as an extension of the Internet browsers in order to display dynamic objects, as animated graphics or video sequences. Thus Flash Cookies may be installed since the use of this application. We invite you to read the Cookie Policy on the site www.adobe.com.

Do we put Cookies on third-party support?

 

CFAO Group’s websites don't put Cookies on third-party support.

Which Cookies are set up on this Site?

 

At the 01/01/2017, the following Cookies are used on this Site:*

cookie's name Purpose Nature Description Lifetime
PHPSESSID Session cookie Functional (Mandatory) User Identification upon login to the website. Expires at the end of session. Session
Google Analytics Attendance and use of the site Performance (Optional) A unique identifier is granted to each visitor through the Cookie __utma. Thus, the same visitor shall not be recorded twice.
                 _utma : Used to distinguish unique visitors to the site. This cookie is updated on each page viewed. 2 years
 _utmb : Used to follow the user's visit session. 30 min
 _utmc : Works in addition to the _utmb cookie to determine if it’s a new visit by the current visitor. Session
 _utmt : Is used to regulate query rates. 10 min
 _utmz : Stores all the information needed to identify a source of traffic (source of traffic, support of this source of traffic, typed key word ...). 6 months
Typekit  Font system cookie  Functional (Mandatory)   Gives designers and developers a subscription-based library of hosted fonts to use on their websites. 1 day

 

As a reminder, by disabling Cookies through your Internet browser, you will disable all the Cookies, including those required for the good functioning of our websites.

* the names of the Cookies used are updated at least once a year, at the 1st January of each year.

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