Privacy and Cookie Policy

Updated on : 2017-11-06

1. Personal data

Personal data is information that may identify you as a natural person, such as your name, address, telephone number or e-mail address.

The use of does not require any personal information.

On, pages with social sharing buttons do not collect any data when loading the page, but only if you use one of its sharing links deliberately.

The statistics tool (Google Analytics) has been set up to make IPs anonymous.
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites visit

2. Cookies information

A cookie is a small text file that is written to a temporary folder on your device.

The cookie (s) are sent through your browser to be written and read, all websites can write an almost unlimited number of cookies on your device.

A cookie keeps the data that has been written there in a coded way or not, for a specific period of time or not, it can be read, updated, deleted, etc.

Cookie to store small amounts of data (sessions, passwords, user preferences, etc.) without having to use a much more restrictive database.

A lot of confidential information can pass through cookies (your IP, the Url of the site and the pages consulted, Your geographical position, your name, address, tel, mail, gender, age, etc.) once recovered they can be stored in a database.


3. Types of cookies


Functions and definition of the different types of cookies.
Session Remain stored in your browser only during your browsing session, i. e. until you leave the site.
Persistent Remain in your browser after the session (unless you have deleted them).
Performance Collect information about your use of the site, such as web pages visited and error messages, they do not collect information about identified individuals, and the information collected is aggregated so that it is made anonymous. Performance cookies are used to improve the way a website works.
Functionality Allow the site to remember the choices you make on the website (such as changing the size of text, custom pages) or enable services such as comments on a blog.


4. Google Analytics

This site uses Google Analytics to collect information about how visitors use our site. Google Analytics uses cookies to record information about usage. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited. For further information on how Google Analytics handles user data, please see the overview of Google Analytics privacy.

Shows details of the cookies that Google analytics uses
Cookie ID Purpose Type Lifespan


A session identifier created by the audience analysis tool. It allows you to identify one computer connected to the Internet from another. It makes it possible to specify and refine the information of visitors to the site and their behaviour. Persistant, Session 13 mois


5. Drupal

This website is run on the Drupal content management system (CMS). Drupal sets some cookies in order to improve the user experience and assist in the delivery of the site (e.g. to test whether a user has JavaScript enabled.)

The following cookies are set by Drupal on this site
Cookie ID Purpose Type Lifespan
has_js Determines whether or not JavaScript is enabled so that Drupal can more efficiently perform operations to enhance the user experience. Session End of session
Drupal_l10n_client Used to tailor the language for the site. Disabling this may cause more of an annoyance to users as they would be prompted to re-enter their language preference. Functionality 7 days

Please note that the only cookie that is set before you consent to cookies is the has_js cookie, it is not currently possible for the site to function without setting this cookie.


How to contact us?

If you would like to respond to any of the practices described on this page,
you can contact us by mail or email, the necessary information is available on this page



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