What does the terms "cookies" or "trackers" means ?

When you browse the web or use mobile apps, your navigation may be tracked. This tracking is carried out through various technical tools, the "trackers", including cookies.

A "cookie" is a series of information, usually small in size and identified by a name, that can be transmitted to your browser by a website you are connecting to. Your web browser will retain it for a certain period of time and return it to the web server each time you reconnect.

Cookies and trackers have different functions. They can allow the depositor to recognize a user from one visit to another, through a unique identifier.

Some cookies or trackers may also be used to store the content of a password, others to record the language settings of a site, others to offer you personalized services.

There are two types of cookies and trackers:

• Cookies and trackers for which your prior consent is necessary for their implementation;

• Cookies and trackers for which your prior consent is not required, such as when cookies are strictly necessary to provide an online communication service at the express request of the user, in accordance with Article 82 of the French "loi Informatique et Libertés".

Cookies and trackers without prior consent required:

Plausible: exempted from consent

The audience measurement tracker "Plausible" is exempted from consent.

Plausible Data Policy:

About Cookies and trackers / French data protection agency:

Technical Cookies and Trackers of the site:

Cookie or Tracker Name

Anonymous audience measurement

Retention period
24 hours