Cookies policy of Espace Poids Lourds
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your terminal (computer, tablet or smartphone) by your browser software when you visit a website.
Some cookies are essential for the functioning and use of the site, others are used to personalise or optimise the content displayed.
The information contained in a cookie is only accessible to its issuer.
What cookies do we use?
1 - Cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the site
They facilitate navigation and allow you to make full use of the site's functions.
They help to improve your user experience and to keep your choices and information specific to you during your browsing session on our site.
|PHPSESSID||Technical||Session ID : keeping the connection||Session|
|EMSESSID||Technical||Session ID : keeping the connection||Session|
2 - Cookies related to the analysis and performance of the site
These are cookies that are exclusively intended to bring up data necessary for the analysis of traffic, attendance, actions ... This information is useful to detect improvements to be made and strengthen the optimization of the user experience of the site. They may be from third parties such as Google Analytics.
|_ga||Analytical||Google Analytics - Allows you to count and track page views.||Maximum 2 years|
|_gid||Analytical||Google Analytics - Allows you to count and track page views.||1 day|
|_gat||Analytical||Google Analytics - Allows you to filter requests from bots||1 minute|
3 - Advertising cookies
These are cookies that are intended to collect information about your browsing. Their purpose is to offer you advertising content related to your interests.
|Third party - Advertising||Google Recpacha - Cookie used for advertising targeting||12 months|
|Third party - Advertising||Google Recpacha - Google uses these cookies based on recent searches to improve its advertising service on its sites. These cookies collect statistical information about the number and behaviour of users visiting the site and their preferences.||Maximum 2 years|
|CONSENT||Third party - Advertising||Google Recpacha - This cookie is a cookie usage notification extension. It does not collect personal data||2 years|
|1P_JAR||Third party - Advertising||Google Recpacha - Google advertising cookie used for user tracking and ad targeting||1 month|
How long are cookies active?
The length of time a cookie is active varies according to its type and function.
Some of them may have an activity limited to the browsing session, with automatic deletion when the browsing window is closed. However, most cookies are kept for a period of no more than 6 months from the date they are deposited, with the exception of audience measurement cookies, which may be kept for up to 13 months after they are installed.
How to manage the acceptance and deactivation of cookies?
The installation of certain cookies is subject to your prior consent.
You are therefore offered the option of accepting or refusing all families of cookies on your first visit to our site.
You can also personalise your choice by accepting only certain families of cookies.
You can also go back to your choices at any time to modify your consents by using the following link: Cookies management
You can also manage the acceptance or refusal of cookies directly from your browser. You can ask your browser to block cookies and to warn you when an attempt is made to install them, either to keep them or to delete them.
As each browser has a different management procedure, we invite you to find out more from the help menu of your browser.
- Disabling certain cookies may affect the way sites are browsed or displayed and some functionality may be affected.
- If you choose to set cookie management choices in your browser, these will apply to all sites you visit.
What the law says!
In application of the ePrivacy directive, Internet users must be informed and give their consent prior to the deposit and reading of certain cookies, while others are exempted from obtaining this consent.
Consult the recommendations of the CNIL on practices and obligations regarding cookies and trackers: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-et-traceurs-que-dit-la-loi