Cookie use policy
For more information on cookies and their use, consult the website of the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés at the following address: http://www.cnil.fr.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files sent by a server and deposited on your terminal (computer, tablet or mobile) when you browse websites. We mainly use these cookies in order to facilitate your navigation and to remember your preferences.
Cookies act as a "memory" for the website, allowing it to recognize your terminal when you return to the site. We also use these files to compile statistics on how often you visit our site and how you arrived at our site. We measure the number of pages seen, the number of visits.
However, SAS IBF FRANCE draws the attention of the subscribers to the proposed services, and of the Internet users, that if the navigation software of their computers are configured to refuse the cookies, the access to certain services can be altered, even impossible.
The different types of cookies
Session cookies and permanent cookies
A session cookie persists only during the browsing session and is deleted when the browser is closed. A permanent cookie, on the other hand, is set for a specific period of time.
Cookies from third-party sites may be installed by services that appear on this third-party site. These cookies are not under the control of the visited site. For more information on these third-party cookies, we invite you to visit the third-party website.
What cookies are in place on our site?
You will find below the list of cookies used on our site.
It is a cookie deposited by Google to secure the site and especially the robot forms by verifying that the user is a human.
Essential for the platform to function: Yes
How do I delete cookies?
If you are opposed to the use of these cookies, we ask you to deactivate them in order to prevent their installation on your computer: the way to proceed is described below according to your navigation software.
Browsing with Internet Explorer 5 (Microsoft): Choose Tools > Internet Options > Security > Customize level, in the drop-down menu go to Cookies > Allow cookies on your computer > Ask to be notified or Disable to refuse all cookies.
Browsing with Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8 (Microsoft): Choose Tools > Internet Options > Privacy and then the level you want to apply.
Browsing with Firefox: Click on Tools > Options > Privacy and uncheck Accept Cookies.