You wish to browse the www.visioprobe.com website in its classic or mobile version (hereinafter individually referred to as the « Site » and collectively the « Sites »), you must take into consideration the following points:
- When you browse the Site, cookies are placed on your computer, cell phone or tablet (hereinafter referred to as your « Terminal »).
What is a cookie ?
The term « cookie » refers to all traces (pixel tags, bugs, web storage, etc.) that are deposited or read on your Terminal when you browse the Site‘s pages or consult an advertisement, subject to the choices you have expressed.
Cookies are deposited on your Terminal‘s hard disk by the Site‘s server.
These cookies may be cookies from Visioprobe, its service providers or cookies from partners and third-party companies.
In your Terminal, cookies are managed by your Internet browser.
These are cookies placed/read on your terminal in order to :
- identify you and get to know you better in order to offer you personalized browsing.
- to compile statistics on visits to our Sites and to determine how you came to know our portals.
- offer you content related to your interests.
These are cookies placed/read by third-party companies (for example, advertising agencies, social networks or partners) in order to identify your centers of interest through the products consulted or purchased on the Sites and to personalize the promotional offer sent to you on the Sites or outside the Sites.
They may be deposited/read during your browsing on the Sites or when you click on the Sites’ advertising spaces.
Visioprobe has no control over cookies placed/read by advertising agencies and social networks, which act on their own behalf.
In the context of advertising partnerships, we may transmit to our partners data concerning your purchases and the products and services consulted on the Sites.
Visioprobe ensures that partner companies agree to process the information collected on the Sites exclusively for Visioprobe’s needs and in accordance with our instructions, in compliance with the French Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 as amended and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and undertake to implement appropriate measures to secure and protect the confidentiality of data.
Accept or decline cookies
However, there are various ways for you to manage cookies.
Setting your browser parameters
You can deactivate these cookies at any time. Your browser can also be set to notify you when cookies are placed on your computer, and to ask you whether or not you wish to accept them.
If your browser is configured to refuse all cookies, you may not be able to take advantage of essential functions of the Sites, such as receiving personalized recommendations.
To manage cookies in a way that best suits your needs, you can set your browser’s parameters to reflect the purpose of cookies as described above.
How to control or prevent the storage of cookies
Each browser’s configuration is different.
It is described in your browser’s help menu, which will tell you how to modify your cookie preferences.
Below are the instructions for managing and deactivating cookies, depending on the browser:
Click on Tools, then Internet Options.
Click on Privacy, then click on Advanced. In the Cookies window, select your preferences.
Click on the Menu button, then Settings. Click on the Show advanced settings link.
In the Privacy section, click on the Content settings button. Then in the Cookies section, select your preferences.
Click on the Menu button, then select Options / Preferences. Select Privacy.
In the History area, for the Retention rules option, select Use custom settings for history. Check or uncheck the Accept cookies box, then select your preferences.
Click on the Safari menu, then on Preferences. Click on the Security tab. In the Cookies section, select your preferences.
More information on cookies on the CNIL website : https://www.cnil.fr/en/rights-and-obligations