A cookie is a small data file copied to your computer's hard drive by a website. It records information relating to the navigation of your computer on a site (such as for example the pages visited or the dates and times of consultation), which can be read during your subsequent visits to the Site. Audensiel may send cookies when you visit the Site or when you register to access an Online Service.
The cookies set up on the Site are of several types and serve different purposes:
Navigation cookies, which facilitate navigation on the Site or which are necessary for the provision of the Services you order: "shopping cart" cookies, session cookies, or even flash cookies allowing a media player to operate when it is necessary for the operation of the Services that you order for example;
Audience measurement cookies, which allow us to obtain anonymous traffic statistics. Audensiel uses these cookies to detect browsing problems that may arise on the Site, improve performance and functionality, or improve the Services;
Behavioral analysis cookies, which collect behavioral data. This data allows us, for example, to know if you have already visited the Site before, helps us to identify which information on the Site could interest you the most, and contributes to improving your navigation and making it more interesting. To do this, we keep track of your preferences when you visit a particular site. They can also allow Audensiel and its partners to display advertisements corresponding to your areas of interest.
Cookies allow us to personalize your media content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyze our traffic. We also share information about the use of our site, such as browsing and/or geolocation data, with our social media, advertising and analytics partners, who may combine this with other information. you have provided to them or that they have collected from your use of their services.
Audensiel's partners may also distribute advertising on the Site. They may send their own cookies to your computer. Audensiel has no access to or control over the cookies that these companies may use. You will find by following this link, the list of our partners authorized to place cookies on our sites, as well as a link to their privacy policies proposing and explaining the methods of opposition to their services.
You can refuse or selectively accept the installation of behavioral analysis cookies, geolocation and/or audience measurement cookies and/or the installation of cookies by Audensiel's partners by configuring your Internet browser used from your Terminal. Access to certain offers and sections offered by the Services may then be altered, or even impossible. You are invited to consult the CNIL website at the following address: cnil.fr or consult the help and documentation of your Internet browser.
You can also, at any time, express your choice to the Your Online Choices platform accessible at the following URL address: youronlinechoices.com , or, when such functionality is set up by a partner, directly on the space of the services operated by the latter.
In Internet Explorer:
Click Tools at the top of the browser window and select Internet Options.
In the options window, click on the Privacy tab.
To enable cookies, move the slider to Medium or a lower setting. To disable cookies, place the cursor at the very top to block all cookies.
Click Tools in the browser menu and select Options.
Select the Privacy pane.
To enable cookies, check the Accept cookies from the Site box.
To disable cookies, uncheck the Accept cookies from the Site box.
Click the wrench icon in the browser toolbar.
Select the Settings option.
Click Show advanced settings.
In the Privacy section, click the Content Settings button.
To enable cookies, select Allow local data storage in the Cookies section. Proprietary cookies and third-party cookies are then authorized. To only accept first-party cookies, select Block all third-party cookies without exception.
To disable cookies, select Prohibit all sites from storing data in the Cookies section.
Choose Safari > Preferences, then click Privacy.
In the Block cookies section, indicate whether Safari should accept cookies from the Site and under what circumstances.
For an explanation of each option, click Details.
To find out which websites store cookies on your computer, click Details.
For other browsers and mobile devices:
Audensiel is likely to use other identification technologies than cookies which fulfill the same aforementioned role and in mobile environments where the latter do not work. These solutions can be SDKs (Software Development Kit) or Local Storage or any other suitable solution.