When visiting our website, browsing information may be saved in files, sometimes in the form of simple text files, called “Cookies” which are installed on your browser in the memory of your computer or mobile device (smartphone, tablet).
SETE uses two types of cookies:
Our site may include third-party computer applications that allow you to share content on our site with others or to let others know about your review or opinions of content from our site. This is particularly the case with the “share” and “like” buttons on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. These social networks may collect data related to your browsing activity on our site, as associated with the personal data they have.
We do not manage the data collected by these third parties. We recommend that you consult the privacy policies of these social networks to find out more about the scope of the use of the browsing information they collect through these application buttons. These protection policies must allow you to exercise your choices vis-à-vis the social networks, including the ability to configure your usage accounts for each of these networks.
If your device is used by several people and if the same device has more than one navigation software, SETE cannot be certain that the services and advertisements intended for the device correspond to your own use of the device and not to other users thereof.
Sharing your device with others and configuring your browser settings for Cookies is done at your own discretion and is your own responsibility.
Cookies listed on our websites
|Tools name||Description||Conservation length|
|Google Tag Manager||By Google Tag Manager. Functional cookie. Alows to store the number of requests. Browsing data storage.||
_gat_UA-87812961-4 : 24 months
Functional cookie to differentiate users.
|Google Webfonts||Functional cookie – no data storage|
|Cloudflare : __cfduid||By Cloudfare. This cookie will cease to exist from May 2021. Functional cookie.||24 months|
|Tarte au citron||Saves the user's choice regarding their consent.||6 months|