The cookies enhance the user experience by:
- Saving preferences, so that you do not have to write them again after change of page,
- Saving information which you have already provided (for example: your postcode) in order to avoid you writing them again,
- Measuring the way in which you use the site, in order to improve it and to fit your needs.
The purpose of our cookies is to allow a better operation of the site for you. You can manage and/or remove these files on your preferences.
For more information about the cookies and the way of managing them, you can visit the site of CNIL. The continuation of this document will also allow you to learn more on the way in which we use the cookies.
Call us back if you took note of our message on the cookies
During your first visit on the site, you can be accommodated by a message at the top of the screen about the use that we make of the cookies. We record a cookie when you click on the button “I accept” in order to memorize your choice and to do not display again the greeting message during your next visit.
|g-necaAcceptCookies||Saves a cookie to let us know that you have seen and accepted our cookie message.||12 mouths|
Measure the use of the website
We use Google Analytics to collect information on the way in which the visitors use the site, and to know better their needs. That enables us to improve the site constantly.
Google Analytics records information on the pages that you visit, the time of the visit, provenance pages, etc. We do not receive and we do not record any personal information like name or addresses: this cookie cannot be used to identify you. We do not authorize Google to use or share with a third-party the data of navigation on our site.
You can decide to do not provide data through Google Analytics cookies: visit this page on Google.
|_utma||This number randomly generated is used to know the number of unique visitors on our site.||2 years|
|_utmb||This number randomly generated is used (with _utmc) to know the average time of the visits on our site.||30 minutes|
|_utmc||This number randomly generated is used to know at what time you close your browser.||End of session|
|_utmz||This is a number randomly generated thus also an information on how the site has been joined by the visitor (via a link, through the organic research or sponsored research).||6 months|
|_jsuid||This cookie contents a random number generated at the first time that someone visits the website. Its goal is to determine news visitors.||10 years|
|_eventqueue||This cookie records a range of events of the mouse which are not necessarily followed before the end of the visit of a page. Those events can then be treated during the loading of the next page.||1 hour|
|heatmaps_g2g_100626449||This cookie allows to give Google the instruction to record clicks on a page in order to be able to generate after a “heatmap” (a representation of points and time of fixation of regard on a web page).||1 hour|
|_first_pageview||This cookie of session is created during the first display of the page for each visit. Its goal is to display some elements of code only during the first display of the page and enhance the speed of the website.||10 minutes|
|_referrer_og||This cookie records the origin of the user.||90 days|
Other cookies related to other providers
|leo_auth_token||Those cookies Linkedin are created by the « Share » button of Linkedin. They are used to know which pages are visited. For more information, you can visit the following page on Linkedin website: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy||1 hour|
|L1e||End of session|
|X-LI-IDC||End of session|
|JSESSIONID||End of session|
|guest_id||This cookie is created by twitter. It is present in result of the insertion of « Share » and “follow” functionalities of Twitter on our pages.||2 years|
|ACTIVITY||Those cookies are created by Youtube to allow the measurement of the display of videos Youtube incorporated in our pages.||End of session|
|PREF||End of session|
|YSC||End of session|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||End of session|
|Name of cookie||Type of Cookie||Type||Description||Usage||Expiration|
Cookie or of monitoring
|Chain||The visitor cookie includes the name « Visitor id » as well as the unique username of the visitor, example: “visitor_id1234”.||This cookie is set up through a code of monitoring of visitors of our website. No identifiable personal information is stored in the cookie. The PARDOT cookies are simply a digital login name that allow to recognise visitors who come back, and they have no signal outside of the PARDOT system.||10 years|
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Cookie or of monitoring
|Chain||This persistent cookie “pi_opt_in” is used in order to avoid the storage of identifiable personal information in the cookies.||This cookie is put in practise through the code of monitoring of visitors of our website in compliance with the initiative « do not track ».||10 years|