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What is a cookie or other tags?
Cookies and other tags do not allow, under any circumstances, any automatic access to any other file on your computer. No unauthorised third party can access the data stored in the cookie. We may, however, use technologies supplied by third parties that result in the placement and use of tags for purposes of their own.
What kind of cookies and other tags do we use?
Some third-party services may use invisible pixels when sending external newsletters to subscribers. Loading invisible pixels enables them to measure certain behaviours such as the opening of the email or clicking on a link for audience measurement purposes.
When loading a share button bar on our websites, some third-party services may collect non-personal data, using cookies and invisible pixels. They may thus use information about your visits to our websites to offer you ads on other websites about goods and services of possible interest to you.
What choices do you have in terms of cookie management?
You have the choice of setting your browser to accept all cookies, block all cookies, or to inform you whenever a cookie is created, its period of validity and its content, and to refuse the registration of the cookie on your terminal, or else to delete cookies periodically. You can configure your Internet browser settings to disable cookies. However, bear in mind that if you block all cookies you may not be able to use some of the features of the website.
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