1/ What is a cookie?
A cookie, also known as persistent cookie, is a tiny element of data temporarily stored on the terminal’s hard drive –computer, tablet, mobile phone– via the navigation browser when visiting an online service. They are largely used by Internet websites. They guarantee the websites’ functioning or improve navigation, and they provide some information to the websites’ owners, especially for audience monitoring purposes. These cookies only record information related to your navigation on the Site.
Cookies do not cause any damage to the terminal, but make it easier, for example, to find preferences, pre-fill certain fields and adapt the content of the visited sites’ services. This data allows the improvement of ergonomics and services according to your interests.
You can set up your devices to automatically accept all cookies, to notify You when a cookie is issued, or to never accept cookies. However, the latter option may prevent certain personalized services from being provided, and as a result prevent You from taking full advantage of all the features offered by the Site.
If You do not wish to receive cookies in general or wish to only refuse some cookies, You can modify your browser settings as appropriate.
Instructions are provided on each browser’s website:
For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 and up:
- in the menu choose “Tools”, then “Internet Options”
- click on the “Confidentiality” tab: use the slider to select the level of confidentiality you wish or click on the “Advanced” button to personalize the cookie settings.
For Firefox 3.5 and up:
- in the menu choose “Tools”, then “Options”
- click on the “Privacy & Security” tab: in the History section, select “Use custom settings for history” in the dropdown menu after “Firefox will”, and uncheck “Accept cookies from websites”
- in the menu choose “Preferences”, then “Privacy”
- in “Cookies and website data”: select “Always block”
- in the menu choose “Settings” then “Advanced settings”
- Under “Privacy and security” click ”Content settings”, then “Cookies”, and turn “Allow sites to save and read cookies data” off
For Opera 6.0 and up:
- in the menu choose “Settings”, then “Quick Preferences”
- uncheck “Enable cookies”
For Netscape 6.0 and up:
- in the menu choose “Edit”, then “Preferences”, then “Advanced”
- Select the “Cookies” field and choose “Disable cookies”
Otherwise, You accept cookies by default when pursuing your navigation.
- Improve ergonomics and the package of digital services we offer.
- Provide you with adapted content such as new digital services and more relevant search results that are also relevant to your interests.
4/ What types of cookies do we use?
The Site uses all cookies made available by its host Squarespace, which are listed on the following page: https://www.squarespace.com/cookie-policy
Cookie results provided by Squarespace are given to myBrain Technologies to improve the Site’s performance. More particularly, myBrain Technologies has access to connection data relating to the date, time, Internet address, the protocol of the user's terminal and the page viewed. myBrain Technologies does not transfer any of this data to third parties, do not re-use it for other purposes, and do not keep it in any way for a period longer than thirteen months. Although myBrain Technologies has no control over the providers of analytical tools, including Squarespace, who are responsible for their own processing, nor over the data they collect, including in the context of data transfers outside the European Union, since some of them, such as Squarespace, are located in the United States, myBrain Technologies has deemed it essential to mention them in order for You to have clear and complete information about the fact that their use may, if necessary, require You to give your consent.
For further information, and subject to the availability of this information in your language, please refer, as appropriate, to the following site:
If you wish to exercise your right to object, myBrain Technologies confirms that no connection data will be transferred to any provider of audience analysis tools. Finally, you have the right to access your data by contacting the supplier involved and specifying the identification number of the cookie that will be provided by the supplier.
Social network cookies
Facebook’s following features can be integrated to the Site and are susceptible to read and place Facebook cookies:
Facebook’s Like Button (allowing users to indicate that they like an item on Facebook)
Login to Facebook (allowing users to sign in to their Facebook account and interact with the Site through this account)
Share on Facebook (allowing users to share an item with others on Facebook)
Twitter’s following features can be integrated to the Site and are susceptible to read and place Twitter cookies:
Login to Twitter (allowing users to sign in to their Twitter account and interact with the Site through this account)
Share on Twitter (allowing users to share an item with others on Twitter)