Vincent Rodriguez


A cookie is a small file downloaded to your computer when you access websites, which typically allows the visited site to recognize the user’s computer.

Upon arrival on the site, you can accept or refuse all cookies (except essential cookies) or choose only those you wish to refuse (except essential cookies).

Essential cookies are strictly necessary for the use of the service and allow the use of the main features of the site (e.g., remembering your terminal’s display preferences such as language) and taking them into account each time you visit the site.

You can disable these cookies in your browser by following the path below, but the site will then not function normally:

  • INTERNET EXPLORER: Tools – Internet Options – Privacy – Move the slider to block or allow all cookies – OK
  • MOZILLA FIREFOX: Tools – Options – Privacy – Uncheck the “Accept cookies” box – OK
  • SAFARI: Edit – Preferences – Privacy – Block cookies – Always – OK
  • GOOGLE CHROME: Chrome menu – Settings – Show advanced settings – Privacy – Content settings – Cookies – Block all sites from storing data – Block cookies and third-party site data – OK


Functional cookies for audience measurement and statistics enable the site to operate and establish statistics and visitor and usage counts of sections and content, to conduct studies to improve the content (e.g., number of visits, page views, or visitor activity on the site and frequency of return). They also allow analysis of user navigation to improve services and detect malfunctions.

These cookies can be disabled in cookie management.

Marketing cookies may be placed on your terminal to identify your interests through the pages viewed on the site and collect browsing data to personalize the advertising offer addressed to you outside the site.

These cookies can be disabled in cookie management.

The CNIL (French Data Protection Authority) offers on its website a range of tools to limit traceability of Internet browsing (link: