Politique d'utilisation des cookies
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that can be sent to a web browser when you visit a website and stored on your device (computer or other device with internet access, such as a smartphone or tablet). Cookies are stored in the file folder of your internet browser. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they originate and the date of their creation. The next time you visit the site, the web browser reloads the cookies and sends this information back to the website that originally created the cookies. The cookies we use do not harm your computer.
We use several types of cookies on our website:
These cookies form the basis for the operation of our website and allow the use of basic functions, such as secure areas or online payments. The basic cookies are e.g. remembering the login, allowing access to secure areas without the need to log in again, pre-filling the forms, etc. Without these cookies, we cannot provide the services that form the basis of our website. If you disable these cookies, we will not be able to guarantee the flawless operation of the site.
We use operational cookies to collect statistical information about how you use our website. This technical information, e.g. they will tell you which parts of the website you clicked on, which page you last visited, and p. These cookies are used by us to analyze and improve our website in terms of content, performance and design. If you disable these cookies, we cannot guarantee the faultless operation of our website.
Third party cookies
How can you change cookie settings?
Most internet browsers are initially set to automatically accept cookies. You can change this setting by blocking cookies or by notifying you if cookies are to be sent to your device. Instructions for changing cookies can be found in the "help" option of each browser. If you use different devices to access the site (eg computer, smartphone, tablet), we recommend that you adapt each browser on each device to your cookie preferences.
Why keep cookie settings?