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1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file with numbers and letters downloaded on your computer when you go on websites. Those cookies help websites to recognize your computer and data about your preferences.

Our cookies are here to make your visit go smoother, by remembering your language preference for instance.

2. Why do we use cookies?
We use cookies and other similar data mining for a number of reasons:
  • For security or protection against fraud, helping identify and prevent cyber-attacks 
  • To provide for a service you chose to receive from us
  • To control and analyse the performance, the operational and efficiency of our services
  • To improve your user experience
3. Your choices

To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage, delete or block them, visit 

To prevent your browser from accepting cookies, you can modify the relevant settings in your browser. Those settings are in your browser's "Options" or "Preferences" menu.

Please note that deleting or deactivating cookies or other tracking technologies will stop you from accessing certain zones or functionalities of our services and could affect your overall experience on this website.

The following links can be useful to set up your cookies preferences. You can also find information via the "Help" tab of your browser.

Cookies settings for Firefox

Cookies settings for Internet Explorer

Cookies settings for Google Chrome

Cookies settings for Safari (OS X)

Cookies settings for Safari (iOS)

Cookies settings for Android

Following the CNIL decision, we chose to not use Google Analytics on our website and limit ourselves to use data collected by Wix Analytics with your consent. 

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