In the interests of providing you with information and transparency, this Cookies Policy is designed to inform you about the characteristics and purposes of the cookies that we use.
We also invite you to examine our Confidentiality Policy in the tab on “Conditions of Use”, which provides details of the rules that we undertake to respect with regard to the protection of (your) privacy.
What is a cookie?
The types of cookies that we use
- First-party cookies
“First-party cookies” (or “direct cookies”) are cookies that we place ourselves on our site and these constitute the majority of the cookies we use.
These cookies can be grouped into two categories:
- Essential cookies: for technical reasons, the cookies are absolutely necessary for our website to function and you would not be able to visit the site if they were not there. These cookies are placed on your device as soon as you access our website.
- Performance cookies: these cookies make it easier for you to navigate the site by saving some of your preferences (language preferences, user category, etc.). These cookies are also used for statistical purposes and enable us to develop a user-friendly, high-quality website.
If you want to navigate through our website, you cannot refuse to accept these cookies, otherwise we will not be able to offer you functional online services.
The direct cookies that we use are as follows:
|cli_user_preference||1 year||Stores the consent status of the user’s cookies.|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-analytics||1 year||Stores the consent status of user analytics cookies.|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-necessary||1 year||Stores the consent status of cookies required by the user.|
|CookieLawInfoConsent||1 year||Stores the consent status of the user’s cookies.|
|viewed_cookie_policy||1 year||Stores user consent status for cookies.|
- Third-party cookies
In addition to “first-party cookies” (or “direct cookies”), which we place ourselves on our website, we also use “third-party cookies” (or “indirect cookies”), placed by a third-party company, for analysis and statistical purposes.
To do this, we use the Google Analytics service, which enables us to obtain valuable information about our website’s audience, the pages visited and the location of users for the purpose of constantly enhancing our services.
This is a type of optional cookie, for which your consent is required.
The indirect cookies that we use, with your consent, are as follows:
|_ga||2 years||Registers a unique identifier used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.|
|_gat||1 minute||Used to limit the request rate|
|_gid||1 day||Registers a unique identifier used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.|
- Session cookies and permanent cookies
Session cookies are temporary cookies (PHPSESSID cookie). They make it possible to simplify the actions you take during a browsing session. A browsing session begins when you open the screen of your browser and ends when you close the browser screen. As soon as you close your browser, all session cookies are deleted. Session cookies are usually functional.
Permanent cookies remain on your hard disk after the end of the browsing session for a predefined duration or until you delete them.
To find out more about cookies
If you would like to find our more about cookies and your rights, we invite you to visit the website of the Data Protection Authority: Cookies and other trackers | Data protection authority (autoriteprotectiondonnees.be).
The first time you visit our website, you will see a banner appear. This is intended to notify you and, where applicable, obtain your consent for using certain types of cookie.
Whatever your choice, you can always change your consent by clicking on the “Cookies” hyperlink located at the bottom of each page of our website.
Modifying your browser settings
You can access a list of cookies saved on your device and delete them via a procedure specific to the browser you are using.
You can also set your browser (via its “Options” or “Preferences” menu) so that it tells every site that you visit that you do not wish the save cookies.
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