What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that remember your browsing preferences when you surf the Internet and store them on your own computer.
What do cookies do?
Influence4You and cookies
Here is an overview of the cookies that Influence4You uses.
a. The necessary and functional cookies
Cookies are necessary and are essentially provided for the purpose of performing the communication. For example, consider the detection of data loss. Functional cookies are intended to help you as a user (as long as the necessary cookies are used for that). For example, think about statistics and remembering your language preferences.
b. Performance cookies
c. Advertising performance cookies
Advertising performance cookies provide the opportunity for website administrators, advertisers and the media office to measure the results of an advertising campaign. These cookies are also used to prevent a user from seeing the same advertisement several times over a day. (Google Analytics: _ga, _gid)
d. Profiling cookies
Profiling cookies are intended to retain the browsing behavior (only on the site where the profiling cookies originate ) from the user. These cookies are used by site administrators, advertiser networks, media offices and advertisers. Through these navigation behaviors, we can measure certain (general) assumptions, such as the age or gender of the person, and some of the content or advertisements will be determined. (Inspeclet: __insp_norec_sess, __insp_nv, __insp_slim, __insp_targlpt, __insp_targlpu, __insp_wid | HubSpot: __hssrc, __hstc, hubspotutk, messagesUtk)
What happens if I refuse or delete cookies?
If you delete the cookies that retain your preferences, you will have to give each time passwords, login, etc.
You can uninstall the cookies advertisers and administrators of websites use, by visiting the site http://www.youronlinechoices.com/be-fr/. You can also decide which companies can retain your browsing behavior. Cookies that retain your data such as password or other preferences, you can uninstall them via your browser.