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Cookies

We use cookies on our website. By using our website, you accept this Policy and consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the terms and conditions stated.

ABOUT COOKIES

Cookies are packets of data sent by webservers to web browsers and stored on these browsers. The data is then sent back to the servers each time the browser asks for a page to be displayed from the server. This enables the webserver to identify and track web browsers.
There are two main types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your browser, whereas persistent cookies remain stored on your computer until they are deleted or until they reach their expiry date.

COOKIES ON YOUR WEBSITE

Test-Achats uses the following cookies on its website for the purposes stated below:

  • ECCOOKIE – An ECCOOKIE enables you to be recognised by our website so that you no longer have to connect manually.
  • SESSION – A session cookie is used to store and retrieve information of value for a user. Stored information is saved on the server and the single unique ID stored in the cookie itself will be sent back and forth between the user and the server. The information stored on the server stays in the server’s memory until the session expires. The cookie itself does not contain any personal information and expires at the end of the session.
     

THIRD-PARTY COOKIES

Google
Test-Achats uses Google Analytics to analyse the use of its website. Google Analytics generates statistics and other information about use of the website using cookies that are stored on users’computers. The information generated in relation to our website is used to create reports about the use of websites. Google will store and use this information. The confidentiality rules applied by Google can be viewed at: http://www.google.com/privacypolicy.html.

Tracking
Test-Achats uses a cookie to measure advertising performance for advertisers who opt to track conversions on Test-Achats and its partners. The conversion-tracking cookie is generated when a user clicks on an ad from Test-Achats where the advertiser has opted for tracking. These cookies expire within 30 days and are not personally identifiable. If the cookie has not expired when the user visits certain pages at the advertiser’s website, Test-Achats and the advertiser are able to determine that the user has clicked on the ad and accessed the page. Each advertiser is given a different cookie so that no cookie can be traced through the advertiser’s websites and apps.

comScore
Test-Achats uses comScore to analyse use of its website. comScore generates statistical data and other information about use of the website through the cookies stored on the computers of the users. The data generated in relation to our website is used to create reports about website usage. comScore stores and uses this data. The confidentiality rules applied by comScore are available at: http://www.comscore.com/About_comScore/Privacy.

AdSpeed
Test-Achats uses AdSpeed to help it to monitor its inventory of advertisements. The ads displayed relate only to the products and services of Test-Achats itself. 

REFUSING COOKIES

Blocking cookies will have a negative effect on the usability of a number of websites.

Most browsers enable you to refuse or allow cookies. You’ll find more information about this below.

Microsoft Edge 38

  • Open Microsoft Edge
  • Click on the menu button (three dots) at top right of the window
  • Go to “Settings” and then click on “Clear browsing data”
  • Tick the “Cookies" box, and then click on “Clear”

Internet Explorer 11

  • Open Internet Explorer
  • Click on the settings button (cogwheel) at top right of the window
  • Go to “Safety” and then click on “Delete browsing history”
  • Tick the “Cookies” box and then click on “Delete”

Google Chrome

  • Open Google Chrome
  • Click on the menu button (three dots) at top right of the window
  • Go to “Settings” and then click on “Show advanced settings”
  • Under “Privacy” click on the “clear browsing data” button
  • Tick the “Cookies” box and then click on “Clear browsing data” 

Mozilla Firefox 47

  • Open Mozilla Firefox
  • Click on the menu button at top right of the window and go to “Options”
  • Go to the “Privacy” tab
  • Under “History” select “Remove individual cookies”
  • To remove a single cookie, click on the item in the list and then on the “Remove selected” button
  • To remove all cookies, click on the “Remove all” button
  • You can delete your browsing history by clicking on “Clear your recent history” 

Safari 10 (MacOS X)

  • Select “Preferences” in the Safari menu
  • Click on “Privacy”
  • Under “Cookies and website data” click on the “Manage website data” button
  • Select the cookies to be removed in the list and click on “Remove”
  • Remove all cookies by clicking on “Remove all”