What is a cookie ?
A cookie is a small file that the website places on your computer’s hard drive during your first visit. This small file allows, in particular, to indicate to the website when you return to it. Cookies are not, by themselves, malicious.
What is a cookie used for ?
What types of cookies does SIVALBP use ?
The types of cookies used by SIVALBP are :
Cookies strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the Site:
These are essential for browsing the Site and using the basic functionalities requested (language cookies, identification cookies, etc.).
If you block these cookies by configuring your browser, SIVALBP would no longer be able to ensure the proper functioning of the Site and guarantee optimal functioning of the Site.
Functional cookies to improve your user experience: they are there, for example, to remember your choices on the Site.
Performance cookies which make it possible to measure the audience and to establish statistics and volumes of frequentation and use of the various elements making up the Site.
Social cookies are plugins that make it possible to share content related to the Site on social networks or to share information on these social networks related to navigation or your areas of interest concerning the Site.
Social cookies target the case of the button “share »Present on the Site and from social networks including Facebook in particular, Instagram, LinkedIn. If you have an account on these social networks and you click on one of these buttons, the social network concerned will make the link between your profile and the visit to the Site.
As well, SIVALBP invites you to consult the personal data protection policies put in place by these social networks in order in particular to be aware of the purposes of use of your Data and the rights you have regarding this processing.
Names of cookies used on the Site:
SIVALBP uses a type of cookie for the operation of its website.
Some technical cookies allow you to authenticate and speed up your browsing on the website. Other cookies, known as “audience measurement” cookies, are used to establish website audience statistics (number of visits to the site, number of pages viewed, etc.).
SIVALBP uses the audience measurement cookie : Google Analytics stored for 13 months
In addition, cookies linked to the services of third-party sites may be generated. This is, in particular, the case of the Linkedin share button.
You can disable cookies as follows :
For Microsoft Internet Explorer browser :
Choose the “tool” menu then “Internet options”
Click on the “Confidentiality” icon
Select the desired level using the cursor
For Google Chrome browser :
Go to the Chrome / Preferences menu
Click on “Show advanced settings”
Click on “Content settings …” in the confidentiality section
Click on “Cookies and site data …” in the new window
Click on “Delete all” and confirm by clicking on “OK”
For the Safari browser :
Go to the Safari / Preferences menu
Click on “confidentiality”
In “Block cookies”, check “Always”
For Mozilla Firefox browser :
Choose the “tool” menu then “options”
Click on the “privacy” icon
Locate the “cookie” menu and select the options that suit you
You can also modify the setting of your cookies via the link on the cookie banner that appears on the Site or via the following link (insert cookie settings link).
For more information, you can consult the advice on modifying these parameters presented in the “Your tracks” tab on the CNIL website
The lifetime of cookies
What the law says
Under the Data Protection Act and the General Regulation on the Personal Data Protection , the tracers (cookies or other) that require obtaining consent will therefore not be registered or played on a terminal, so that the person will not given its express and prior consent.
What are your rights ?
You can revoke your consent to this or that cookie at any time. You can exercise your rights of access, rectification or deletion by contacting the following email address : email@example.com or by post to ” SIVALBP, 1 Rue du Petit- Pessey – F- 74230 THONES”, specifying the subject of your request and attaching a copy of your identity document.