What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a small text file sent to your browser accessed via the website. With this cookie, information about your visit, like your preferred language and other settings are stored on the website. This can facilitate your next visit to this site and enhance the usefulness of that for you. Cookies play an important role. Without cookies, using the Web could prove much more frustrating. 

For more details on what a cookie, see the CNIL or Wikipedia site

What are cookies?

Cookies are divided into two major types: technical requirements and audience measurement. 

Under no circumstances cookies used to collect personal information, transmit sensitive data or transmit personal data to third parties.

Cookies on this website

The cookies we use:

technical cookies

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These cookies are used by our host to memorize what server cluster tasks of the site are executed. 

This cookie indicates that you accept the use of cookies on the website pursuing the navigations.

These cookies are used by the site and the management of the basket and the user account.

Cookies audience analysis

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These cookies are cookies from Google Analytics analytics. Their presence and their exact content is managed by Google Analytics.

Cookie sharing related to social networks

act, c_user, cms, DATR, fr, read p, presence, s, xs
These cookies match the Facebook content sharing information. Their presence and their exact content is managed by Facebook.

How to refuse third-party cookies

Outright denial of third-party cookies in the browser
you can simply block third-party cookies in your browser, using the procedure described on the website of the CNIL in the Council 1 . 

This maneuver will not prevent Oeba run, since technical cookies are not third-party cookies. 
However, with the lack of fine control of such a solution, you might prefer to use a solution presented in the following paragraph. 

Using a software anti-spyware '
There are different software "anti-spyware" that prevent the installation of cookies for analytics, and many others. 
The CNIL sayswhat solutions are available with your browser in its Board 2 .