What is a cookie and what is it for?

A cookie (or login cookie) is a text file that can be saved, according to your choices, through your browser software in a dedicated space of your hard drive (computer, tablet, phone) during the consultation of an online service.
It is transmitted by the server of any website to your browser.
Each cookie has an anonymous ID.

A cookie file allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is registered, during the period of validity or registration of the cookie concerned.
A cookie does not allow to retreive a physical person.
When you consult, we may install various cookies, depending on your preferences.

Google Analytics Statistics Cookies

These cookies establish visit statistics to the site. They can detect navigation problems in order to follow up and improve the quality of our services.
You can choose according to the browser you use.

You can set or change your browser at any time to express your preferences in terms of cookies, particularly for statistics cookies.
You can also set your browser to refuse certain cookies.
If you refuse our cookies and those of our partners, your visit to the site will no longer be counted in Google Analytics and you will not be able to benefit from a number of features that are necessary to browse some of our pages.

You can, however, refuse the registration of cookies by following the procedures available below:

On Microsoft Edge
Settings> Advanced Settings> Cookies (select from the drop-down menu).

On Firefox
Settings> Privacy & Security> Historic section

On Chrome
Settings> Advanced Settings> Content Settings> Cookies

On Safari

Preferences> Privacy


There are buttons, or third-party social network modules, on some pages of, that allow you to take advantage of the features of these networks, and share contents of with other people.

When you go onto a web page, where these buttons or modules are located, your browser can send information to a specific  social network, which can then associate the viewing with your profile.
Social network cookies, which we do not control, can then be installed in your browser by these networks.
We invite you to consult the privacy policies of each of these social networks, to learn about the purpose of the navigation information collection through these buttons and modules. – Facebook- Twitter- Google + – LinkedIn