The following text is a translation of the French version available at the following address: www.ekilibre-conseil.com/politique-de-cookies/
In case of dispute, the French version shall prevail.
1. What is it about?
A cookie is a text file that is transferred from a web server to your web browser or hard drive when you visit a website. If your web browser is set to accept cookies, they will be stored in the web browser or hard drive until the expiry date has passed or until you delete the cookies yourself.
Storage of preference choices selected by website users is limited to a period of six months. After this period, the preference choice will be automatically offered again to users.
2. The cookies used on the website:
Cookies issued on the website are used for the purposes described below. They may be deposited by us or by third parties.
- Technical cookies: These cookies are necessary for navigation. Without them, the website would not function properly. These cookies allow us, for example, to adapt the presentation of the website to the display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution), to store information relating to a form that you have filled in on the website.
- Statistical cookies : These cookies are used to enable us to better understand how the site is used by our users (measure and study the effectiveness of our online interactive content, features, information about how you interact with our services) and to improve their experience.
In this way, we use Google Analytics to analyze the statistics of consultation. No personal data is stored. More information about Google Analytics can be found at http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html.
- Social network sharing cookies: Ekilibre implements the solutions necessary and recommended by the CNIL so that these cookies are activated only after clicking on the “share” buttons. These cookies then allow to share selected content from our website with other people, or to let these other people know your consultation or your opinion about them.
When you activate these fields by clicking on them, information is sent to the corresponding social networks.
We invite you to consult the cookie policies of the relevant social networks below:
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
3. How to disable cookies
The configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will tell you how to change your cookie preferences.
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
- Select the Chrome menu icon.
- Select “Settings”.
- At the bottom of the page, select “Show Advanced Settings”.
- In the “Privacy” section, select “Content Settings”.
- Select “Prohibit all websites from storing data”.
- Select OK.
- Click on the menu button and select “Options”.
- Select the “Privacy” panel.
- Set the “Retention Rules” menu to “Use custom settings for history”.
- Set the “Retention rules” menu to “Use custom settings for history”.
- All changes you have made will be automatically saved.
- Click on “Settings” > “Safari” > “Privacy” > “Cookies and website data”.
- Then select “always block”.
Internet Explorer : https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/products/windows?os=windows-7
- Click on the Tools button, then click on “Internet Options”.
- Click on the “Privacy” tab, then under “Settings”, move the slider up to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies, then click OK.
4. More information
You will find more information on cookies (tracers) on the CNIL website: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.
In accordance with the Loi Informatique et Libertés (French Data Protection Act) of January 6, 1978 as amended, and the GRPD, you have the right to access, rectify, oppose, delete and limit information from cookies and other tracers. To do so, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.