Article 1 – General Provisions
Article 2 – Identification cookie
A cookie is a small file that is stored on the user's device. It enables the company to identify the user's device and enables the use of various functions of the website, including the connection to the user account.
During the user's first visit to the website, a notification bar will be displayed on the first page notifying the user of the presence of cookies and giving them the option to either (1) continue visiting the website without disabling cookies. Either (2) leave the website or (3) continue visiting the website by deactivating one or more cookies.
If the user does not wish to receive cookies, he can change the browser settings of the device through which he is visiting the website. If the user visits the website without changing the settings of their browser, it is assumed that they accept the receipt of all cookies on the website. The user must take into account that the user experience and / or the functionality of the website will not be optimal or function optimally without cookies.
Article 3 – Justification for the treatment
Users of the website can at any time and free of charge withdraw their consent through cookies and send a written request to disable this effect: firstname.lastname@example.org
Article 4 – User's rights
Article 5 - Retention periods
Article 6 – Claims
Commission for the protection of privacy
Article 7 – Third party cookies
Article 8 - Types of cookies
The company uses two types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. A persistent cookie is generated once the user has logged in with an account. The next time the user visits the website on the same device, the company can use the persistent cookie to recognize the user as an existing user so that the user no longer needs to log in to browse the website each time. Website.
A session cookie is used to identify a specific visit to the website. Session cookies expire after a short period of time or as soon as the user closes the browser through which they visited the website.
The company may use other technologies such as Adobe Flash to place the functional equivalent of a cookie on the user's device.
The company may generate cookies when the user visits the website, or cookies may be generated by other websites or services that execute this content on the page displayed by the user on the website (third-party cookies). .
Article 9 - Purpose of cookies
- Settings, functions and services
- Services, analysis and research