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Social plug-ins or share buttons on social networks may, subject to your consent, be present on our site to allow you to share content from our website on social networks, let people know what you have seen on this site or voice your opinion concerning the website’s content (social plug-ins include, “like”, “share”, …).
The mere presence of social plug-ins on a site – whether or not you are a user of social networks – may result in cookies being stored on your hard drive that track your browsing activities and identify your interests.
We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect information about your visit to our site.
If desired you can refuse having cookies stored on your computer by adjusting the privacy settings in your web browser by following the following steps. You may change these at any time.
For Mozilla firefox:
- Go to the Tools menu and select Options
- Click on the Privacy icon
- Locate the Cookies menu and select the appropriate options
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
- Go to the Tools menu and select Internet options
- Click on the Privacy icon
- Use the cursor to select the appropriate level
- Go to the Chrome menu / Preferences
- Click on « Show Advanced Settings »
- Click on « Settings of Content » in the privacy section
- Click on « Cookies and Site Data.. » in the new window
- Click « Delete all » and confirm by clicking on « OK »
- Go to the Safari menu / Preferences
- Click on « Privacy »
- In « Block Cookies », select « Always ».
The CNIL (the French data protection authority) explains (in French) what you can do to reduce your digital footprint on its website: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/conseils-aux-internautes/ie and, more generally, provides information on cookie setting mechanisms: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/#c5554.
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