The Webedia website (hereinafter the “Website”) is published by the Webedia Group.
1. What is a cookie?
When you visit the Website, information about your browsing on the Website may be stored in text files called “cookies” which are installed on your browser. Cookies will be used to send information to the Internet user’s browser and to enable this browser to send back information to the original website.
Only the issuer of the cookie concerned is likely to read or modify the information contained therein.
There are different types of cookies:
• session cookies that disappear as soon as you leave the Website;
• permanent cookies that remain on your device until the end of their lifetime or until you delete them using your browser’s functionalities.
2. What cookies are stored during your browsing on the Website?
Technical cookies: when you browse the Website, we store a cookie to be able to retain your consent regarding cookies. The storage of this cookie is based on a legal obligation.
Audience measurement cookies: Google Analytics audience measurement cookies are also stored. These cookies allow us to better understand how you use our services, detect possible issues and thus improve our tools as well as measure the effectiveness of our communications actions and adjust them to better meet your expectations. Cookies that enable us to achieve these aims are based on our legitimate interest and are stored as soon as you visit the Website to provide you with a quality service.
Advertising cookies: the purpose of advertising cookies is to enable us to adapt the ads shown on our Website or on the websites of our partners according to your interests, to measure your interaction with these ads (printing, clicks, behaviour generated by the click), to measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign to remunerate our advertising partners and to limit the frequency of display.
These advertising cookies are stored via computer code, known as “tags”, which are provided by our business partners and which we include in the source code of the pages of our Website. They may also be inserted by our partners via the ads displayed on the Website.
The transmission and use of these advertising cookies and other trackers by partners are subject to their own data protection policy. For more information about this processing and the retention periods of cookies placed by these advertising partners, please visit our consent management platform accessible here.
How do you change your choices regarding cookies?
There are different ways you can change your choices when it comes to accepting or refusing cookies shown on your device.
Manage your choices via the CMP: we provide you with a simple tool that allows you to object to placing cookies on our Website. The choices you make through this tool will only be valid in the context of your browsing on the Website.
Manage your choices via the configuration of your browsing software: you can configure your browser to block all or just certain cookies. You can also choose to delete all previously stored cookies. For the sake of precision, the configuration of each browser is different. To help you with this configuration, you can visit the help page specific to the browser you are using.
3. What are the possible consequences if you share the use of your device with other people?
If your device is used by more than one person and where the device has multiple browser types, we cannot ensure that the services and ads for your device match your own use of that device and not that of another user of that device.
Sharing the use of your device with others and the configuration of your browser settings with regard to cookies and other trackers is your choice and responsibility.
4. Can we change this policy?
We may be required to amend this policy in the event of legal or case law changes following the decisions and recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) or following the addition of a purpose other than that for which the personal data was initially collected.
Any material changes to this policy will be made known to you by any means, including by electronic means.
We nevertheless encourage you to review the Personal Data Protection Policy on a regular basis to ensure that you are aware of the provisions in place for the protection of your personal information.