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The purpose of this cookie policy is to explain to you, in a simple manner, what cookies and other tracking devices are, what they are used for and how to manage them.

You will then have all the information you need to decide which types of cookies you want to allow.

You choose which ones you want to activate. You can change your choices at any time by clicking on “Manage Cookies” at the bottom of our site.

  1. What is a cookie?
  2. Who can place cookies on the Site?
  3. What happens if I share my terminal with other people?
  4. What is the purpose of the cookies placed on the Site?
  5. How long are they stored?
  6. How do I manage cookies?

What is a cookie?

We would have preferred to talk to you about the small round chocolate chip cake that most people love, but we have to tell you about another kind of cookie, a more technical one, which is deposited when you browse the Internet and, more particularly, on our site (which we will call the “Site”).

When you are on your computer, tablet or mobile phone, you or rather your terminal transmits information without you knowing it, you leave a sort of trace of your passage on the websites you visit.

The term “cookie” or “tracer” is a small amount of data, identified by a name, which is sent by a web server to be stored in the browser. It records certain information when you browse the various pages of the Site (e.g. the pages viewed, the date and time of the connection, the duration of the visit, shopping basket abandonment, etc.).

It does not contain the personal information that you provide on the Site, such as your name, surname, address, etc. It therefore does not, on its own, make it possible to identify you personally. In other words, the cookie alone allows us to recognise your terminal when you connect to the Site but does not allow us to know that it is you, Mr Dupont, who are hiding behind it.

They are all pieces of information, but in no way viruses.

Cookies are not dangerous for your health or your terminal ;).

2. Who can place cookies on the Site?

All cookies are deposited by or on behalf of ADLPartner, the controller and publisher of the Site.

3. What happens if I share my terminal with other people?

If your terminal (computer, tablet, mobile) is used by several people or if it has several browsers, you are responsible for sharing it with others and for configuring your browser’s settings for cookies.

Indeed, we cannot know whether the services and advertisements intended for your terminal correspond to your personal use and not that of another user of your terminal.

4. What is the purpose of the cookies placed on the Site?

Different cookies are used for different purposes. The following cookies are used on this site:


Cookies necessary for the operation of the service (or so-called “essential”) or for the functionality of the Site These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the Site and, as such, are exempt from consent.

These are the :

  • cookies storing the value of consent or refusal

These cookies do not require your consent but are in our legitimate interest.


Cookies for audience measurement These cookies are used to measure the audience and the frequentation of the Site.

To help us do this, we use Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by the company of the same name, Google Inc. (“Google”).

The cookies generated by Google Analytics, on our behalf, collect the following information:

  • the pages you visit on our Site,
  • what you click on,
  • the time spent on each page
  • the links that brought you to us.

This allows us to improve our site to better meet your expectations. These cookies are never cross-referenced with personal data such as your name, first name, telephone number or the colour of your nail polish… 😉


Advertising cookies Advertising cookies serve different purposes. Measuring the performance and effectiveness of advertisements you see or interact with

To create a personalised ad profile about you and your interests in order to show you personalised ads that may be of interest to you, whether or not by combining this information with other information previously collected

To select advertisements according to the editorial content you consult, the application you use, your approximate location or your type of terminal.

The precise purposes of data collection for advertising targeting are described in the active cookie banner on the Site. You have the possibility of accepting or refusing them on a case-by-case basis.

Social network sharing These cookies allow you to share content on the social networks or platforms present on our Site or to access the corresponding social network page.


5. How long are cookies kept?

We retain your choices about whether to accept or decline cookies for 6 months. You can change your choices at any time by clicking on “Manage Cookies” at the bottom of the Site.

Cookies are kept for a maximum of 13 months from the date of collection, with the exception of Google Analytics cookies which may be kept for a longer period. Google is solely responsible for the use and duration of the audience measurement cookies deposited.

6. How to manage cookies?

You are free to decide at any time whether or not to allow all or some of the cookies requiring consent to be deposited.

In case of refusal, the cookies are not deleted but the calls of the partners to these cookies are blocked and these cookies no longer collect information. You can always delete them directly in your browser (see below).

There are different ways to set and manage cookies depending on whether you wish to object to the deposit of all cookies requiring consent or to the deposit of certain types of cookies.

Please note: In order to take into account your refusal to deposit a cookie, we must install one. Therefore, if you deactivate all cookies on your terminal or if you change your terminal, we will no longer know that you have chosen this option.

Setting via the “Cookies” banner on the home page:
When you first connect to the Site, you can set the parameters of the cookies that will be deposited on your terminal via the “Cookies” banner on the home page of the Site.

This banner gives you the following information:

  • the types of cookies that will be placed on your terminal if you accept them;
  • the partner companies that may also deposit cookies.

Thus, you will be able to choose to accept all cookies or to select :

  • the cookies you accept and those you refuse according to their purpose;
  • the partner companies whose cookies you accept.

You can also leave the cookies consent banner by clicking on “Continue without accepting” to refuse the cookies. It is specified that the simple fact of continuing to navigate without clicking on one of the options proposed by this cookie banner is similar to a refusal of consent.

If you refuse the deposit or reading of cookies, a refusal cookie will be deposited on your terminal, in order to record the information according to which you are opposed to the use of cookies, for a period of 6 months. Also, if you delete this refusal cookie, it will no longer be possible to identify you as having refused the use of cookies.

Settings via the “Manage Cookies” link at the bottom of our Site: Once you have accepted or refused all or part of the cookies, you can modify your choices at any time via the “Manage Cookies” link located at the bottom of the Site. There you will find the last settings you have made and you can change them at your convenience.

Setting your browser to delete cookies: Most browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari or Google Chrome automatically enable cookies. You can visit for more information on the most common browsers.

A quick reminder: a browser is software that essentially allows you to view a website from a mobile terminal, tablet or computer.

To change your browser settings, click on the link for your browser. If you don’t know where to find it, click on the ‘Help’ icon at the top of your browser window and select ‘About [browser name]’. The information you need will then appear on the screen.

  • Pour Internet Explorerâ„¢ :
  • Pour Safariâ„¢ :
  • Pour Chromeâ„¢ :
  • Pour Firefoxâ„¢ :

For your action to be complete, remember to set up all the browsers on your various terminals.


Last update : September 2021