Cookies

We may occasionally use cookies in order to facilitate your browsing of our website and optimize technical management.
Most cookies only last the length of your session or visit. None of the cookies contain information that would lead to you being contacted by telephone, post or email. You can also change your browser’s settings so that it notifies you whenever a cookie is being generated or to prevent them from being stored.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of data saved by a website and sent to the web browser used by your computer, tablet or smartphone (hereafter “the device”). A cookie enables the device used to be identified during the cookie validity or storage period.
A cookie can be recovered during a subsequent visit to the same website. Cookies cannot be read by websites other than the one that generated them. The website uses cookies for administrative purposes, for instance to store your preferences for certain types of information, which will prevent you from having to input the same data each time you visit our website.
The data stored in our cookies cannot be read and/or altered by anyone other than ourselves.

Which cookies are used on the Jacquet Brossard website?
Subject to browser settings, when you access our website the following cookies may be stored in your browser:

  • User

Cookie type: User analytics
Lifespan: Up to one year.
Aim: Record information about the cookie choices made by the user (enable/disable), and identify cookies authorised by the user to record information about website usage.

  • Google Analytics

Cookie type: Web analytics
Lifespan: Up to two years.
Aim: Google cookies can be used to anonymously store and analyse in aggregate form interaction between users and websites. To find out more about how Google collects and uses information for online advertising, or to deactivate adverts selected for you on Google based on your interests, please visit this website.
Click on this link to access the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on.

Purpose of cookies
The cookies that we store on your browser when you go on our website have the following purposes:

  • Record information about the cookie choices made by the user (enable/disable), and identify cookies authorised by the user to record information about website usage;
  • Anonymously record and analyse in aggregate form interaction between users and websites for Analytics purposes.

Cookie retention period
Cookies that may be stored on your device when you use our website, as well as the collected browsing data, may be kept by us – depending on their type – for up to two years from the date when they were stored on your device. The cookies will be automatically deleted and your consent will be requested again once this time period expires.

How to refuse/delete cookies?
If you wish, you can refuse to allow cookies to be stored on your device. However, we wish to advise you that blocking all cookies may prevent you from making full use of all of our website’s features. Therefore, we do not accept any liability for the consequences of any problems with our website resulting from our inability to store or check the cookies needed for the website to function and that you have declined or deleted.
As a user, you can at any time reject cookies or change your preferences, notably by changing your browser’s settings. Each browser has different settings. Your browser’s help menu contains information about how to change your cookie preferences.
If you do not know what type and version of internet browser you are using, click on the “Help” icon (question mark) at the top of your browser window, and then select “About Internet Explorer”. The information you require will then be displayed on the screen.

  • For Firefox¬†

Click on “Tools” at the top of your browser window and then select “Options”. Then, select the “Privacy & Security” icon located at the top of the window which displays on top of the existing window. Check “Accept cookies” to enable cookies. If you want to disable cookies, uncheck the same box.
If you use Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/autoriser-bloquer-cookies-preferences-sites?redirectlocale=fr&redirectslug=activer-desactiver-cookies

  • For Google Chrome

Click on the key icon in the top right-hand corner of your browser window and select “Settings”. Click on “Advanced” at the bottom of the window and locate the “Privacy and Security” section. Click on “site settings” and then select “Allow sites to save and read cookie data” in the “cookies” section located at the top of the window in order to enable cookies. To disable cookies, check the options “Blocked”, “Block third-party cookies”, and “Clear cookies and site data when you quit Chrome.”
If you use Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=fr

  • Internet Explorer (Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0)

Click on “Tools” at the top of your browser window and then select “Internet options” and click on the “Privacy” tab. If your privacy level is set to “Medium” or lower, this will enable you to turn on browser cookies. If the privacy level is set higher than “Medium”, cookies will be disabled.
If you use Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/fr-fr/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

  • Safari

Click on the cog icon in the top right-hand corner of your browser window and select “Preferences”. Click the “Privacy” icon located at the top of the window that displays on top of your previous window. Check the “Prevent cross-site tracking” option (blocks third parties and advertisers). If you want to completely disable cookies, please check the “Block all cookies” box.
If you use Safari:https://support.apple.com/fr-fr/guide/safari/sfri11471/mac

You can also read CNIL’s website to find out more about cookies (CNIL is France’s data protection authority).