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Types of cookies used
Subject to your prior consent (banner placed on our website), we may install on your computer the following cookies, which we distinguish according to their purposes:
Non-essential cookies can be used for different purposes:
- Essential / strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of our website and cannot be disabled. They are configured in response to actions which you take on our website, such as setting your privacy settings, logging in or filling in our forms. These cookies make it easier for you to browse on our website (for example, going back to a previous page, etc.).
- Non-essential cookies:
With these cookies, we can offer you an optimal and personalised functioning and user experience of our website. These cookies may be placed on your computer by us or by external providers whose services we have added to our pages.
- For targeted advertising cookies:
These cookies may be placed on our website by our advertising partners. They may be used by these companies to target your preferences and provide you with relevant advertisements on other websites.
Amongst the cookies mentioned above, some are our own cookies (proprietary cookies) and some are third party cookies (i.e. cookies managed by third parties who are carefully selected partners with whom we collaborate).
The summary table below gives you an overview of the cookies we use.
Third party Cookies
- Name of the cookie
- Type of the cookie
- Facebook Pixel (_fbp)
- Google analytics (_ga/_gat)
Not all cookies have the same lifetime; depending on the nature of the cookie used:
- Persistent or permanent cookies: these cookies remain active after the session has been closed. They are kept on the user's device until they expire (persistent cookies are designed with an expiry date) or until the user deletes them.
- Session cookies: these cookies only last for the duration of the visit on a website (session). They are deleted when the user closes the browser.