COOKIES AND OTHER MEANS OF TRACKING
The Site may automatically collect information by means of cookies or means of tracking saved on your device during your consultation of the Site.
1 What is a “Cookie”?
Cookies (or means of tracking) are small text files that can be saved on your device through its browser (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) during your time visiting the Site, and that fulfill various functions, notably including allowing the party that places the cookie to identify your device.
2 What Cookies are Used on the Site, and How Can You Manage These Cookies?
Henner informs you that the following cookies may be deposited and used, subject to your settings/acceptance:
- Technical cookies: these cookies are essential for navigation on the Site, and enable its various functionalities to be used;
- “Analytical” Cookies: These cookies make it possible to know how the Site is used, and to establish its performances and improve its operation. Such is the case of audience measurement cookies, but only using your session data (date, time, IP address, transmission protocol, and page viewed). This information is not cross-checked with other Processing Operations such as customer or Insured Party files;
- Persistent cookies for distribution of sessions over the various Henner servers.
- Targeting and advertising cookies: These cookies allow you to adapt advertising content and other content according to your interests established on other websites.
Below is the list of cookies used on the Site, with their purpose and how to disable them.
With the exception of so-called “technical” cookies, which you cannot disable, these cookies can be disabled at any time, either individually or in completely.
Name of the cookie used
Link to disable this cookie
|Google Analytics||These cookies make it possible to know how the Site is used, and to establish its performances and improve its operation. Such is the case of audience measurement cookies, but only using your session data (date, time, IP address, transmission protocol, and page viewed). This information is not cross-checked with other Processing Operations such as customer or Insured Party files||https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en|
|Google advertising cookie||Google advertising cookie used for tracking users and targeting ads||https://adssettings.google.com/anonymous?hl=fr&sig=ACi0TCgxuVG-G5HOMBtgqQ1Ze_C7PDVmT39Jzt7ZLxldrbnW3kFtXuMyK4syL_exkqpFWfOOspX8Tnx-m63djjMeePZ2rZV-F_EfVjOrEDWitoy80zpuh1I|
The method of configuration of each browser is different. How to change your cookie settings will be explained in your browser’s help menu. You can disable cookies by following the instructions below:
FOR Mozilla FIREFOX https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies
- Select the “Tools” menu then “Options”.
- Click on the “Privacy” icon.
- Locate the “Tracking” menu and select the appropriate options.
FOR MICROSOFT Internet Explorer http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-fr/windows7/block-enable-or-allow-cookies
Select the “Tools” menu “then “Internet Options”
- Click on the “Confidentiality” tab.
- Select the desired level using the cursor.
FOR Google Chrome https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr
- Click on the Chrome menu in the browser’s toolbar.
- Select “Parameters”.
- Click on “Display advanced parameters”.
- In the “Confidentiality” section, click on the “Content parameter” button.
- In the “Cookies” section, several Cookie-related parameters can be altered.
FOR Safari https://support.apple.com/fr-fr/HT1677
- In iOS8, Click on Settings > Safari > Block cookies
- Select one of the options proposed (Always authorize, Only authorize online personalized spaces visited, Only authorize online personalized spaces currently open, Always block).
In iOS 7 or an earlier version, there is the following choice of options: Never, Third parties and advertisers, or Always.
- Select the “File ” menu > “Preferences”
- Privacy »
3 What Happens When Cookies Are Rejected?
4 How Long Are Cookies Stored On Your Device?
In compliance with CNIL recommendations, cookies are stored for a maximum period of 13 months.
5 Third-Party Cookies