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Cookies

When you visit our website patrimoineculturel.com (“the site”), cookies may be downloaded onto the browsers of your PC, tablet, smartphone or other device.

The site particularly uses cookies to identify you, to access your account if you have one, and to analyse how often and how you use the site, subject to your cookie settings, which you can change at any time.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a data file composed of a set of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a website or use an application.

The cookie enables the site to recognise you if you visit it again, for example.

Which cookies are used?

Several types of cookies, with different functions, are used on the site. Some are necessary to enable you to use all of our services.

Strictly necessary cookies

Cookies that are necessary for the site to function are cookies without which you cannot use all the services offered by the site. These cookies are left on your computer by the company and only concern the functioning of our site.

The strictly necessary cookies that we use on our site enable us to:

detect when you are using the site so your identity is registered in our customer space, and to manage the language version of the site

Analytical cookies

These cookies keep us informed about the usage and performance of our [site/application] so we can improve it. These cookies may be left by the company or third parties.

The analytical cookies that we use on our site enable us to:

  • count the number of visitors to the site, mainly for statistical purposes;
  • establish statistics and find out how frequently the different parts of the site are used (sections and pages visited, routes taken), which helps us to improve the interest level and ergonomics of our services;
  • ensure the site is coherent;
  • analyse your navigation and measure the site’s visitor numbers;
  • analyse how the site is functioning and how you move around it. This information enables us to change the site in order to enhance your online experience.

What choices do you have regarding cookies?

Since they carry out certain specific functions, some cookies have to be stored on your computer, particularly those that are exclusively designed to allow or facilitate electronic communication (“session cookies”, for example).

You have several options for managing cookies. Any changes you make could alter the way you navigate on our site and your access to certain services that require cookies.

The installation of these cookies is not compulsory and you can configure your browser so it refuses to install them. Your browser can also be configured to tell you which cookies are stored on your computer and ask you to accept or refuse them. You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse them systematically.

Your choices are not definitive and you can change them at any time by following the instructions below.

Choice 1 – Accept cookies

A cookie can only be stored on a computer with the user’s permission.

If you accept cookies on your computer, those that are integrated in the pages and content that you read may be stored temporarily in a dedicated space on your computer. They can only be read by the sender.

Choice 2 – Refuse cookies

You can refuse to store cookies at any time.

If you refuse cookies, you will no longer be able to use various features, particularly those that need to identify you.

If you refuse cookies, we accept no responsibility for the consequences of the impaired functioning of our services resulting from our inability to store or access cookies that you have refused or deleted, but which are required for the services to function properly.

How do you choose these settings on your browser?

To manage your cookie settings, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in your browser’s help menu, which will tell you how to change your cookie settings.

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