The website has an audience measurement system, as well as a sharing function on social networks.

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Use of the personal data collected

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If you leave a comment on our site, you will be asked to save your name, email address and website in cookies. This is only for your convenience so that you do not have to enter this information if you leave another comment later. These cookies expire after one year.

If you go to the login page, a temporary cookie will be created to determine if your browser accepts cookies. It does not contain any personal data and will be deleted automatically when your browser closes.

When you log in, we will set a number of cookies to store your login information and screen preferences. The lifetime of a login cookie is two days, that of a screen option cookie is one year. If you tick “Remember me”, your login cookie will be stored for two weeks.

Use and transmission of your personal data

How long your data is stored

If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are kept indefinitely. This allows you to automatically recognize and approve the following comments instead of leaving them in the moderation queue.

For users who register on our site (if possible), we also store the personal data indicated in their profile. All users can view, modify or delete their personal information at any time (with the exception of their username-ice). Site managers can also view and modify this information.

The rights you have over your data

If you have an account or have left comments on the site, you can request to receive a file containing all the personal data we have about you, including the data you have provided to us. You can also request the deletion of your personal data. This does not take into account data stored for administrative, legal or security purposes.

You can access it through this link: Data

Transmission of your personal data

Visitors’ comments can be verified using an automated service for detecting unwanted comments. In application of the European directive known as the “telecom package”, Internet users must be informed and give their consent before the insertion of tracers (more commonly known as “cookies”). Internet users must have the option of choosing not to be tracked when they visit a site or use an application. Website publishers are therefore required to seek the prior consent of users. Refusal to install a cookie may result in the inability to access certain services. However, the Internet user can configure his or her Internet browser to refuse the installation of cookies. However, the user can configure his computer as follows to refuse the installation of cookies:

In Internet Explorer: tool tab > Internet options. Click on Privacy and choose Block all cookies. Confirm with Ok.
Under Netscape: editing tab > preferences. Click on Advanced and choose Disable cookies. Confirm with Ok.
Under Chrome: Browser menu > Settings menu > choose at the bottom of the page “Show advanced settings” and then go to Content settings. In the Cookies section, you have several choices:
Block all cookies: select Ban all sites from storing data.
Block third party cookies: Tick Block cookies and third party site data.
Under Firefox: in the Firefox menu bar > click on Preferences. In the Privacy section, configure the Retention Rules.
To block all cookies, simply uncheck Accept cookies.
For third-party cookies, simply uncheck Accept third-party cookies.
Under Safari: choose Safari > Preferences, click on Privacy, then “Change cookie and website data blocking”.

Audience measurement

Audience measurement cookies are small files that allow you to know and analyse the traffic statistics on the website: the pages visited, the number of visits, the bounce rate, the origin of the visits,… Audience measurement cookies are completely anonymous. On this site, it is the Google Analytics solution that is used to measure the audience.

Social networks

Cookies related to social networks are associated with buttons that facilitate the sharing of pages and articles on social networks.