This Digital Data Protection Policy (hereinafter the “Policy”) takes effect on September 22, 2023.
This Policy applies only to our website.
A cookie is a small electronic file that your browser installs on your device when you visit a website. Certain information is stored in the cookie so that we can recognize you when you visit our site.
Cookies can be temporary or persistent: “temporary” means the files are deleted from your device after your browsing session; “persistent” means they are stored on your device until they are deleted.
In this Policy, the term “cookies” includes all similar technologies that allow us or our partners to analyze a user’s browsing habits and device data.
With your consent (unless it is an essential cookie), a cookie may store the following information about your device on a temporary or persistent basis:
With your consent, we use the following types of cookies on our website for the purposes identified below:
These cookies help us and our partners understand how you use our website and evaluate its performance so that we can improve your browsing experience. For example, they help us to determine how you got to our website and to compile traffic statistics (e.g., pages visited and click paths). They are disabled unless you consent to their use. If you refuse them, you can still access our website.
These cookies record such information as what pages you visit on our website, what your interests are, and what links you follow so that we can present you with offers and services that address your interests. They also help us measure the performance of our advertising campaigns. They are disabled unless you consent to their use. If you refuse them, you can still access our website.
We also use essential cookies. These cookies are critical to the proper functioning and security of our website. They are used for such purposes as securing your connection, personalizing your interface (e.g., language choice) and storing your cookie preferences.
They are compulsory, and you cannot disable them.
The period may be different for certain browsers, such as Safari or Firefox. Those browsers automatically erase cookies, including those which allow your browser to remember your cookie preferences, after a set number of days. If you use one of those browsers, you may see our cookie banner more frequently.
You may also see the banner again if you delete the cookies yourself or we make changes to our website.
If you refuse certain types of cookies, the content you see will not be tailored to your interests. If you refuse them, you can still access our website.
To delete cookies, you need to clear your browsing history by selecting cookies in your web browser. See your browser’s user guide to find out how to delete them manually.
Your cookie preferences are modified in real time from our banner. However, changing your preferences does not erase information already stored by other cookies.
If you have any questions, concerns or complaints regarding this Policy, you may contact our access to information and privacy officer at the postal and email addresses below.
We will try to respond to all your requests within 30 days, or we will notify you if we need more time to respond.
Access to information and privacy officer
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org