Cookies Politicy

Do we collect your IP address and your cookies ?

A "cookie" is a piece of information, such as a tag, which is stored on your device and makes it possible to identify your device such as your computer, tablet or phone, each time you visit the Site. The cookie is transmitted by the website server to your browser. Each cookie is assigned a unique identifier. The cookie file allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is registered during the period of validity or registration of the cookie concerned. A cookie also represents personal data as defined by the regulations applicable to personal data.
We collect your IP address and browser type for the purposes of system administration and / or audience measurement and statistics, without identifying any other individual information. In some cases, we may also use cookies to recognize you when you log back into our media.

What kind of cookies do we use ?

Audience measurement cookies

These cookies allow us to establish statistics on the use of our site.

OriginNamePurposeLifetime
Google Analytics_ga, _gidAudience measurement1 month
Origin :Google Analytics
Name :_ga, _gid
Purpose :Audience measurement
Lifetime :1 month
 

Essential cookies 

These cookies are necessary for the operation of our site. Without these cookies certain functionalities of the site could not function.

OriginNamePurposeLifetime
DrupalSSESS55e747c87a2011bca2016ccdfafa0df0 (variable)Session data to register the user in DrupalUntil the user logs off 
Cookie techniquecookie-agreedCompliance with current European regulations on cookies.100 days
Cookie techniquecookie-agreed-categoriesCompliance with current European regulations on cookies.100 days
YoutubeVISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC, 1P_JAR, NIDThese cookies are set up via embedded YouTube videos and record anonymous statistical data.1 month
DoubleclickIDEThis Site uses YouTube to enable video playback on the Site. YouTube generates this cookie.One year
Origin :Drupal
Name :SSESS55e747c87a2011bca2016ccdfafa0df0 (variable)
Purpose :Session data to register the user in Drupal
Lifetime :Until the user logs off 
Origin :Cookie technique
Name :cookie-agreed
Purpose :Compliance with current European regulations on cookies.
Lifetime :100 days
Origin :Cookie technique
Name :cookie-agreed-categories
Purpose :Compliance with current European regulations on cookies.
Lifetime :100 days
Origin :Youtube
Name :VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC, 1P_JAR, NID
Purpose :These cookies are set up via embedded YouTube videos and record anonymous statistical data.
Lifetime :1 month
Origin :Doubleclick
Name :IDE
Purpose :This Site uses YouTube to enable video playback on the Site. YouTube generates this cookie.
Lifetime :One year
 

Preferences cookies

These cookies collect information about your choices and preferences in order to personalize our site (e.g. your choice of language, consultation via a smartphone, etc.)

OriginNamePurposeLifetime
Sharethis__unam, __stidv, __stidThis Site uses YouTube to enable video playback on the Site. YouTube generates this cookie.One year
Origin :Sharethis
Name :__unam, __stidv, __stid
Purpose :This Site uses YouTube to enable video playback on the Site. YouTube generates this cookie.
Lifetime :One year

How can you express your preferences regarding cookies ?

The default settings for internet browsers are usually set to accept cookies, but you can easily change this by changing your browser settings.


You can choose to disable these cookies at any time. Your browser can also be set to notify you of the cookies that are stored on your computer and ask you to accept them or not. You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse them systematically once and for all.


We’d like to remind you that the setting of your browser is likely to modify your access conditions to our services that may require the use of cookies.
We will here below explain how you may control or prevent the recording of cookies.


Each browser has a different configuration. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will help you modify your preferences regarding cookies. If you use multiple internet browsers, you must repeat the appropriate procedure with each of them, and if you connect to the Internet from multiple devices (e.g., at work and at home), you must set your preferences for each browser on each device.


You can disable cookies by following the instructions here below :

If you are using Internet Explorer
  • On Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, then Internet Options.
  • On the General tab, under Browsing history, click Settings.
  • Click the “Display cookies” button.
  • Click on the Name column header to sort all files in alphabetical order, then scroll  through the list until you see files starting with "Cookie". (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie).
  • Select the cookie (s) containing the name "Umanis" and delete them.
  • Close the window that contains the list of files, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.
If you are using Firefox browser
  • Go to the "Tools" tab of the browser then select the "Options" menu
  • In the displayed window, choose "Privacy" and click on " Display cookies "
  • Locate the files which contain the name "Umanis" Select them and delete them.
If you are using Safari browser
  • In your browser, choose the menu Edit> Preferences.
  • Click on Security.
  • Click on “Display cookies”.
  • Select the cookies which contain the name "Umanis" and click on Delete or on Delete All.
  • After deleting the cookies, click on Done.
If you are using Google Chrome browser
  • Click on the icon of the Tools menu. 
  • Select Options.
  • Click on the Advanced Options tab and go to the "Confidentiality" section.
  • Click the “Display cookies” button.
  • Locate the files that contain the name "Umanis". Select them and delete them.
  • Click on "Close" to return to your browser.