Headquarters: Tour Ariane, 5 Place de la Pyramide, 92088 PARIS LA DEFENSE Cedex
French Société par Actions Simplifiées (simplified stock corporation) with a capital of €63,968,460
SIREN registration n°: 503 185 001 Nanterre Trade and Companies Registry (RCS)
Intra-Community VAT number: FR81 503 185 001
Telephone: +33 1 41 45 67 67
Email address: email@example.com
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A cookie is a small text file sent by the websites you visit. They are saved on the browser of your terminal (smartphone, tablet, computer, etc.) and remember temporary or persistent data. Their main function is to inform the website you visit of the date of your last visit and your display preferences (e.g. the number of items to be displayed per page, etc.).
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With a view to improving your experience, perfecting our services or facilitating your browsing, we use three types of cookies during your visit to our website:
Cookies have purposes which may vary. Some are necessary for your use of our website while others contribute to improving your user experience.
The website’s session cookies
Session cookies :
We use a type of functional cookie to save the session. These cookies, also known as in-memory, transient or non-persistent cookies, have the sole purpose of maintaining your session context. Your browsing context is maintained during the time you browse on the website. Session cookies are used to recognise you on our website so that any changes and selections of items or data that you make on one page are retained from one page to another. When you visit a page of a catalogue and select items, the session cookie will remember your selection so that your basket contains the items that you selected when you are ready to complete the checkout phase.
- You can configure your session cookies through the configuration function of your browser.
- Cookies are deleted when you close your browser.
Consulting the cookies used by monext.fr
Use of google analytics :
The digital media we provide uses the Google Analytics audience measurement tool. The data generated by the tool and its cookies are stored by Google on servers located in Europe and in the USA.
On our websites, we have taken care to configure Google Analytics with the “Anonymize IP” option, which ensures that your IP (Internet Protocol) address is always processed anonymously. To find out more about Google’s confidentiality rules, please click on this link.
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Cookies to personalise your user experience:
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Social network buttons and cookies:
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In Chrome :
Step 1 : More > Settings > Show advanced settings (located at the bottom of the page).
Step 2 : Then click on the Content settings button and tick the box Block third-party cookies and site data, then click on OK to confirm your choice.
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Step 1 : Menu > Options > "Privacy" tab
Step 2 : Configure the History section with “Firefox will… Use custom settings for history".
Step 3 : uncheck the box "Accept third-party cookies".
Internet Explorer :
To refuse third-party cookies in Internet Explorer, it is recommended to refuse them as the default setting by following these two steps:
Step 1 : Menu > Internet Options > "Privacy" tab and the Advanced button to display the Advanced privacy settings.
Step 2 : Then check the "Override automatic cookie handling” box, then select "Block” in the “Third-party cookies” column.