These may be installed in your terminal subject to the choices and options you have made or may express at any time in accordance with this policy.
Bureau Veritas has defined this policy for your information and transparency so that you can learn more about:
- The origin and purpose of the information processed when you browse the Site;
- Your rights to cookies and other tracers used by Bureau Veritas.
What is a cookie?
Cookies, or similar tracers, are data used by a server to send status information to a user's browser, and by that browser to send status information back to the original server.
Status information can be, for example, a session ID, language, expiration date, etc. Cookies are used to store status information for the duration of their validity when a browser accesses different pages on a website or when the browser subsequently returns to that website.
What are the cookies issued on the Site used for?
|Purpose of the cookies
Cookies are strictly necessary to facilitate the navigation on the Site
These cookies have in the particular vocation to:
Cookies of functionalities
These cookies have notably vocation to:
Cookies used to track users' use of the Site (audience measurement)
These cookies help us understand your interactions with the Site (most visited pages, applications used, etc.); these cookies can be used to compile statistics, or to test different displays in order to improve the interest and ergonomics of our services.
These cookies have the purpose of (i) offering you, in advertising spaces, relevant targeted content that may interest you (best offers, other destinations,...) on the basis of your interests, browsing, preferences, etc. and (ii) limiting the number of ad appearances.
These cookies allow the identification of the third party Internet site of origin having redirected the Internet user to the Site.
Cookies of social networks (placed by third parties)
These cookies allow you to share your opinion on the Site and share content on social networks (e. g. "Share" or "I like" application buttons from social networks).
Cookies subject to your consent
The installation of certain cookies is subject to your consent. Also, when you first visit the Site, you are asked, by the presence of an information banner on the Site's home page, if you accept the installation of this type of cookie. Cookies will only be activated after your acceptance by continuing your browsing on the Site.
You will be able to return to your choice at any time by the various means described in the section "How to manage cookies?".
How to manage cookies?
There are several ways to manage cookies and other tracers.
You can configure your browser to:
- accept all cookies, or
- reject them systematically, or
- choose the ones you accept according to their emitters.
Do not forget to configure all the browsers of your different terminals (tablets, smartphones, computers...).
For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will let you know how to change your cookie preferences.
Flash "cookies © from “Adobe Flash Player”™
"Adobe Flash Player"™ is a computer application that allows the rapid development of dynamic content using Flash. Flash (and applications of the same type) stores the settings, preferences and usage of these contents using technology similar to cookies. However, "Adobe Flash Player"™ manages this information and your choices via a different interface than the one provided by your browser.
To the extent that your device may be able to view content developed with the Flash language, we invite you to access your Flash cookie management tools directly from http://www.adobe.com/en/.
The registration of a cookie in your terminal is essentially subject to your will, which you can express and modify at any time and free of charge through the choices offered by your browser.
If your browser is set to accept cookies in your device, the cookies embedded in the pages and content you have viewed may be temporarily stored in a dedicated area of your device. They will only be readable by their transmitter.
To read the Bureau Veritas Group Data Protection Policy, click here.