Cookies Policy - Cookies Policy
What is a cookie " ?
Cookies are data stored in the terminal equipment of an Internet user and used by the site to send information to the Internet user's browser, and allowing it to send information back to the original site.
Cookies make it possible to keep, during the period of validity of the cookie concerned, status information when a browser accesses the different pages of a website or when this browser later returns to this site.
Only the issuer of a cookie can read or modify the information contained therein.
There are different types of cookies:
- Session cookies which disappear as soon as you leave the site;
- Permanent cookies that remain on your device until their lifetime expires or until you delete them using your browser's features.
Purposes of the cookies used
Some cookies are used by LYNART:
- Cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the website: they allow you to access the main functionalities of the site. Without this, you will not have access to optimal navigation.
- Analytical cookies: these cookies allow us to analyze the frequentation and use of the website in order to be able to improve it if necessary.
What cookies do we use?
The cookies used on the site are third-party cookies exclusively chosen by LYNART in order to achieve specific objectives.
LYNART uses the services offered by Google Inc.
The data collected via cookies is transmitted and stored by the company Google Inc.
The Google Analytics and Google Tags Manager services make it possible to count visitors and identify how they use the site. These cookies are placed and read on the user's terminal equipment and as soon as the user accesses a website using the "Google Analytics" service.
The data generated by these cookies concern:
- Your use of the site;
- Your IP address to determine the connection city. This data is immediately anonymized after localization and is not communicated to LYNART.
You can obtain more information about the Google Analytics service by going to the page http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html
You also have the option of managing the cookies used on the site, at any time, by setting your browser, as detailed below.
Consent is provided for in Article 7 of the General Data Protection Regulation of April 27, 2016, which entered into force on May 25, 2018, known as GDPR. Consent must be free, enlightened and unequivocal.
To do this, as soon as you enter the site, you are given the possibility of choosing to accept or refuse the reading and deposit of cookies on your terminal (whether it is a computer, a tablet or a mobile phone).
If you give your consent, it will be possible at any time to reverse your decision by changing the settings of your cookies on your browser.
Any inaction on your part or action not having a positive act concerning the consent, the closing of the cookie banner for example, is considered as a refusal.
In accordance with CNIL guidelines, cookies are kept for a maximum of thirteen months. The information collected by cookies is kept for a maximum of twenty-five months.
After the lifetime of the cookie has expired, or if you voluntarily delete the cookie, a banner will reappear on your next visit to our website and you will again have the opportunity to give us your consent.
You have several options for deleting cookies.
Indeed, if most browsers are configured by default and accept the installation of cookies, you have the possibility, if you wish, to choose to accept all cookies, or to reject them systematically or to choose those that you agree according to the issuer.
For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to modify your preferences in terms of cookies.
Similarly, when you consent to the installation of cookies, a consent cookie is installed. Consent or refusal cookies must remain on your terminal equipment.
According to the General Data Protection Regulation of April 27, 2016 which entered into force on May 25, 2018, it is mandatory for the data controller of a site to ensure that personal data is collected and processed in accordance to the provisions provided for by law.
The General Data Protection Regulation of April 27, 2016 which entered into force on May 25, 2018 therefore requires that personal data be collected exclusively after the consent given by the user.
You can therefore determine whether or not you want your personal data to be collected on the cookie banner that appears on the home page when you enter the site for the first time.
As mentioned, it is possible to change this choice at any time in your browser settings.
Updated: January 17, 2022