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What is a cookie or other trackers?

You are informed that, when browsing our websites, cookies can be placed on your web browser to enable, in particular, optimal browsing. Cookies are data stored on your terminal equipment. Our websites use cookies to send information to your browser, enabling the browser to pass data back to the original website (for instance, a session ID, language preference or a date). Other types of trackers, such as Web beacons, can also be used. These beacons make calls to servers to display a pixel and enable us to share data with third parties for the purposes described below.

Cookies and other trackers do not allow, under any circumstances, any automatic access to any other file on your computer. No unauthorised third party can access the data stored in the cookie. We may, however, use technologies supplied by third parties that result in the placement and use of trackers for purposes of their own.
 

What kind of cookies and other trackers do we use?

 
SourceNamePurpose
Technical cookieDrupal.tableDrag.showWeightEssential for the proper functioning of the content management system Drupal
Technical cookiehas_jsEssential for the proper functioning of the content management system Drupal
Session cookie (CMS Drupal)SESSc58e46ab033f687c56cbb7ff8805eed9Essential for the proper functioning of the content management system Drupal
Google analytics (web analytics cookies)_gaWe use Google Analytics to collect information about how visitors use this website.
Technical cookiecookies_enabledEssential for the proper functioning of the content management system Drupal
Technical cookiejcdecaux_listing_referer_path Used to propose a back-button allowing you to return to the previous page.
AddThis__atuvcThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 __atuvsThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 bt2This cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 di2This cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 dtThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 locThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 sscThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 sshThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 sshsThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 UidThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 UmThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 UvcThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
 vcThis cookie is used to operate the AddThis sharing Platform.
Some third-party services may use invisible pixels when sending external newsletters to subscribers. Loading invisible pixels enables them to measure certain behaviours such as the opening of the email or clicking on a link for audience measurement purposes.

When loading a share button bar on our websites, some third-party services may collect non-personal data, using cookies and invisible pixels. They may thus use information about your visits to our websites to offer you ads on other websites about goods and services of possible interest to you.
 

What choices do you have in terms of cookie management?

 
You have the choice of setting your browser to accept all cookies, block all cookies, or to inform you whenever a cookie is created, its period of validity and its content, and to refuse the registration of the cookie on your terminal, or else to delete cookies periodically. You can configure your Internet browser settings to disable cookies. However, bear in mind that if you block all cookies you may not be able to use some of the features of the website.

JCDecaux draws your attention to the fact that if you decline the placement or use of a cookie, a refusal cookie will be installed on your terminal equipment. If you delete this refusal cookie, it will not be possible to identify you as having refused the use of cookies. Similarly, when you consent to the use of cookies, a consent cookie is installed. Consent or refusal cookies must stay on your terminal equipment. These types of cookies expire after 13 months.

You can object to the registration of cookies by configuring your browser settings as follows:

For Mozilla Firefox:
  • Select the “Tools” menu, then go to "Options"
  • Click on the “Privacy” icon
  • Go to the “cookie” menu and select the options that suit you
 
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
  • Select the “Tools” menu, then go to “Internet Options”
  • Click on the “Confidentiality” tab
  • Select the desired level using the cursor (moving the slider to the top to block all cookies)

For Safari:
  • In the menu bar, select “Edit”
  • In the dropdown menu, select “Preferences”
  • Select the “Security” icon
  • To block cookies, choose the “Always” option. On this browser it is not possible to block cookies on a case-by-case basis.

For Chrome:
  • Click on the Google Chrome menu in the browser’s toolbar
  • Click on “Settings”
  • Click on “Show advanced settings”
  • In the “Privacy” section, click on the button “Content settings”
  • In the “Cookies” section, you can change the following settings: Block all cookies: select the option “Block sites from setting any data”.

To find out more or object to third-party cookies, click on the following links:
•    Privacy Policy on Addthis share button bar
•    Privacy Policy for Google Analytics solution

If you want to object to the placement of cookies for advertising purposes, go the European industry coalition platform “Your Online Choices” on online behavioural advertising and use their cookie control tool.

Latest update - June 1, 2018