This cookie management policy describes how cookies are used by the AAZ Association on the aazanskar.fr website and how you can activate or deactivate cookies.
What is a Cookie ?
A cookie is an anonymous piece of data stored on the navigator of a computer, tablet or cell phone when you browse the Internet, allowing us to recognize the equipment you are using.
When you browse the aazanskar.fr site, the site is likely to deposit “cookies”.
Cookies store data anonymously and do not cause any damage to your device.
What cookies are used by the aazanskar.fr website ?
|Type of cookie||Purpose of the cookie||Consequence if you disable this cookie|
|Absolutely Necessary||These cookies are necessary for the operation of the site and cannot be disabled in our systems. They are activated in response to actions taken by you that are equivalent to a request for services, such as setting your privacy preferences regarding cookies, registering or logging into an account, etc. To ensure that your visit to the site is pleasant and fluid, they allow us to recognize you and keep your session open. They also allow you to use basic features like access to your personal contest area.||You can set your navigator to block or alert you to these cookies, but some parts of the site will not work afterwards. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.|
|Social Media||These cookies allow you to use the content sharing features on social media offered on our site.||Without these cookies, your access to some content and features may be restricted.|
|Advertising||Ad targeting cookies will allow us to offer you personalized and pertinent advertisements on other sites, based on your interests through our partner sites. This data is always anonymous.||If you disable these cookies, you will continue to receive some ads, but they will be less useful to you because they will not be adapted to your interests.|
|Advertising cookies also help us measure the efficiency of an advertising campaign, which allows us to improve it, continue it or stop it.||Without these cookies, we will not know if you already have reacted to the ad. You may be exposed to the same ad too many times.|
Who can access your cookies?
Websites can only access the cookies they have stored on your computer. For example, if computer company X stores a cookie on your browser, X can access its own cookie, but not another company’s.