Cookie definition

We use "cookies", invisible pixels and other digital markers on our websites. We also use invisible pixels in our newsletters. Cookies are small, often encrypted text files, located in browser directories. An invisible pixel is a small image file that lets us know that you have visited one of our pages. Website servers set cookies to help authenticate the user if the user has logged before or logs in to a secure area of the website. They can also tell us if you have clicked on a link in one of our newsletters.

Website access

We use cookies to create aggregate statistics about who visits our websites and their browsing habits. We use this information to understand which parts of our websites are relevant to you and to make improvements. They are anonymous and do not allow us to identify you.

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service offered by Google, Inc. (« Google »), that tracks and reports website traffic and habits. Google Analytics is implemented with "page tags", in this case, called the Google Analytics Tracking Code, that the website owner adds to every page of the website. The tracking code runs in the client browser (including its IP address) when the client browses the page and collects visitor data and sends it to a Google data collection server located in one part of the world.

In accordance with the terms and conditions of Google analytics, you can access their policy click here.

Some features of this site (sharing of content on social networks, direct playback of videos) rely on services offered by third-party sites. These features implement cookies allowing these sites to track your navigation. These cookies are only implemented if you give your consent. You can learn more about the nature of cookies, accept or reject them globally, and use or not our services.


We use video-sharing services as streaming platform providers to enable us to broadcast our multimedia content optimally. You can read their cookie policies on the following links:

Dailymotion : (about)

Vimeo : (about)

YouTube : (about)

ShareThis (about)

How to remove cookies

You can change the settings of your browser to accept or reject particular "cookies" or to be informed each time a "cookie" is implemented into your computer. You can delete the "cookies" that are stored on your computer.


Go to the Firefox tab of the browser and select Preferences. In the window that appears, choose Privacy and Security and select the options that suit you.

Google Chrome

Click on the Chrome menu icon. Select Preferences. Click on Advanced Settings and go to the Privacy and Security section. Choose the options that are right for you

Internet Explorer 

Click on Tools, then Internet Options. On the General tab, under Browsing History, click Settings. Click the Show Files button. (check)

Safari (Mac only)

Select the Safari menu, then click on Preferences. Click Privacy and choose the options that are right for you.