Cookies are data files stored in a web user’s terminal equipment, used by the website to send information to the web user’s browser thus allowing the browser to send information back to the source website (such as a session’s identifier, choice of language, or other). For their period of validity, cookies help store status information when a browser accesses pages on a website or returns to the same website.
Only the cookie issuer may read or modify the information it contains. There are various kinds of cookies:
- session cookies – these disappear as soon as you leave the website;
- permanent cookies – these stay on your terminal until expiry or until you delete them via your browser.
You are hereby informed that, during your visits to the website, cookies may be installed on your computer terminal.
II. Purpose of cookies used
The cookies used by DIGIT EVENT SAS are used to analyze the website’s traffic and usage.
III. What cookies do we use?
The cookies used on the website are third party cookies, restrictively selected by DIGIT EVENT SAS for specific purposes.
DIGIT EVENT SAS uses the services supplied by the American company Google Inc. Data collected through cookies are forwarded to and stored by Google Inc. Google Inc. belongs to Safe Harbor, which ensures an adequate protection level of personal data (Ruling 2000/520/CE of 26-7-2000).
The Google Analytics service enables visitor counting as well as the identification of the manner in which these visitors use the website. These cookies are placed and read onto the user’s computer terminal as soon as he accesses a website linked to “Google Analytics”.
Data generated by these cookies pertain to:
- your usage of the website;
- your IP address, in order to identify the city from which the connection is taking place.
This data is anonymized immediately after localization and is not communicated to DIGIT EVENT SAS.
You may obtain further information on used cookies here:
When you navigate our website, the installation and reading of cookies offer the possibility to analyze your browsing and measure our website’s audience. Although the majority of browsers accept cookies by default you may, should you wish so, choose to accept all, consistently reject or choose the cookies you wish to accept according to the issuer. You may also set your browser to accept or reject cookies prior to installation on a case to case basis. You may also regularly delete cookies from your terminal through your browser. Do not forget to set all browsers on your various terminals (tablets, smartphones, computers). Cookies management and selection settings differ according to browsers. These settings are indicated in your browser’s help menu. Consult the help section to learn how to modify your cookie settings.
- in Internet Explorer™: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies;
- in Safari™: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Safari/3.0/fr/9277.html ;
- in Chrome™: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=fr&hlrm=en&answer=95647 ;
- in Firefox™: http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/Activer%20et%20d%C3%A9sactiver%20les%20cookies;
Nevertheless, we hereby inform you that when you set your browser to reject cookies, some functions, pages, zones of the website will not be accessible. We shall not be responsible for such a lack of accessibility to functionality.
We also draw your attention to the fact that, when you reject the installation or use of a cookie, a cookie rejection is installed on your computer terminal. Should you delete this rejection cookie, the system will not be able to identify you. Similarly, once you accept the installation of a cookie, a cookie consent is installed. Cookie consents or rejections must remain on your computer terminal.