We are particularly attentive to your expectations in terms of discretion and privacy and therefore wish to preserve the trust you place in us.
1. What is a cookie?
Cookies are small data files stored by your browser on your device hard drive (e.g. computer, smartphone) when viewing an online service from your browser software. A cookie allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is stored, during the period of validity or registration of the cookie.
The cookies we issue also allow us:
to adapt the presentation of our website to the display preferences of your device (e.g. display resolution, operating system used) when you visit our website;
to establish statistics and volumes of frequentation and use of the various elements composing our website (sections and contents visited), thus enabling us to improve the interest and ergonomics of our services.
3. What cookies do we use and how to set them?
The recording of a cookie in a terminal is in principle subordinated to the wishes of the user of the terminal. Several possibilities are offered to manage cookies: the user can choose, at any time, to express and modify his wishes regarding cookies, through his browser or, for our website in particular, using the setting tools described below.
If you have enabled cookies on your device in your browser software, cookies embedded in pages and content you have viewed may be temporarily stored in a dedicated area on your device.
However, if you refuse to accept cookies on your device, or delete cookies stored on your device, you will no longer be able to use some of the features of our website.
During your visit to our website, we use two types of cookies. You will find below the explanations concerning the two types of cookies (data collected, purpose of cookies and data retention period) and you can choose to accept or refuse their use.
3.1 Session cookies
We use session cookies to track the pages you visit and whether you have visited the website before, which allows us to better meet your needs and better understand how you and other visitors use the website.
These cookies are for internal use only.
Collected Data Purposes of cookies Data rentention period Enabling cookies
Geolocalisation Set prices and nearest retailers taking into account your market Indefinite (until cookies clearance) YES
Wishlist Save your wishlist between your sessions 180 days
3.2 Web analytics cookies
Web analytics cookies are transmitted to and managed by Google Inc. They are stored when you first visit our website and are revalidated each time you visit our website so that we can obtain statistics on your use of the webite. We use this information to improve your experience on our website. Google uses “proprietary cookies”, which cannot be used by other websites. Using Google Analytics allows us to improve the service we offer you.
These cookies are only used for internal analysis purposes, in order to improve the service provided on our websites.
Collected Data Purposes of cookies Data retention period Enabling cookies
Google Analytics Make global statistic of the website 2 years (set by Google) NO
Content Square Make global statistic of the website user experience 2 years (set by Content Square) NO
4. Managing Cookies in internet browsers
4.1 Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 9.0 10.0, 11.0
1. Click on “Tools” in your browser menu and select “Internet Options”.
2. Click on the “Privacy” tab.
3. Under “Settings”, move the slider up to block all cookies or down to enable all cookies.
4. Click “OK”.
4.2 Google Chrome
1. Select “Settings”.
2. Click “Show Advanced Settings”.
3. In the “Privacy” section, click the “Content Settings” button.
4. To enable cookies, go to the “Cookies” section and make sure the “Allow local data storage” option is selected. This will allow “proprietary cookies” as well as “third-party cookies”. If you only want to accept “proprietary cookies”, select “Block cookies and data from third party websites”.
To block all cookies, go to the “Cookies” section and select “Ban all websites from storing data”. This option will also prevent access to most websites that require your identification. To block “third-party cookies”, select “Block cookies and data from third-party websites”. Even if you have added a website to your exception list and allowed its cookies, “third-party cookies” on that website will not be accepted.
4.3 Mozilla Firefox
1. In the browser menu, select “Options”.
2. Select the “Privacy” tab.
3. Set “Retention rules:” to “Use custom settings for history”.
4. To accept cookies, check all boxes – to disable them uncheck all boxes.
1. In Opera, select “Quick Preferences”.
2. To enable/block cookies, check/uncheck “Accept cookies”.
1. Choose “Safari” from the browser menu and select the “Preferences” option.
2. Click on “Privacy”.
3. To enable or block cookies, go to the “Cookies and Website Data” section and choose how you want Safari to handle cookies.
For more information, search for the word “cookies” in the “Help” section of your browser or visit aboutcookies.org.