When you visit our website www.prad.fr, certain files known as “cookies” are saved on your computer, mobile phone or tablet.
A) What are cookies used for?
A “cookie” is a file stored in the browser application on your device’s hard drive (PC, tablet, smartphone) when you visit a website. A cookie file allows the server to identify the terminal (PC, tablet, smartphone) on which it is stored throughout the time period of validity or storage of said cookie.
B) What cookies are used on the website www.prad.fr?
Three types of cookie files are used on the website www.prad.fr:
- Cookies necessary in order for the website to run properly, and mainly:
- Session-related cookies strictly necessary for technically identifying the connection. These cookies are only stored while you remain connected to the website.
- “Analytical” cookies which are used to analyze traffic on the website (for example: the most viewed pages, search engine requests, etc.).
- Cookies managed by third parties which are subject to those third parties’ cookie policies. We inform you about the purpose of the cookies of which we are aware and the means available to you to make the choices you deem appropriate about those cookies.
C) How to reject / remove cookies:
As a user, you may at any time decide whether to accept or reject cookie files on your device (PC, tablet, smartphone).
If you have accepted the storage of cookies on your terminal through your browser application (e.g., Microsoft Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.), the cookies put in place by the pages and the contents which you have viewed will be temporarily kept in a dedicated space on your device.
If you reject the storage of cookies on your device, or you erase those which are stored on it, you will no longer be able to benefit from certain features of our website.
Main procedures for accepting, rejecting or removing the cookies stored by our site:
Preliminary remark: Most browsers accept cookie files by default. However, you may decide to block these files containing cookies or ask your browser to warn you when a site attempts to put a cookie in place on your device.
In order to modify the way cookies are handled on your browser, you must modify the settings in the “privacy” tab.
The setup for handling cookies and the aforementioned choices is different on each browser. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which informs you about how to modify your settings on cookies:
In Internet Explorer (for the latest version in September 2014)
In Firefox (for the latest version in September 2014)
In Safari (for the latest version in September 2014)
In Google Chrome (for the latest version in September 2014)
In Opera (for the latest version in September 2014)
To find out more about cookie files, you may visit the website of the National Commission on Information Technology and Liberty (CNIL).