1. What is a cookie?

When you visit our website, cookies may be stored on your terminal. These are small text files that enable us to track your browsing and record useful information to optimize your visit to our site and access to the various functions. Through the use of scripts, cookies can even be used to remember your preferences and settings from one visit to the next. A cookie can be classified by its lifetime and the domain to which it belongs. By lifetime : A session cookie that is deleted when the user closes the browser; A persistent cookie, which remains stored on the hard disk of the user's terminal for a predefined period of time. By area : Proprietary cookies, which are deposited by the server of the visited website that shares the same domain.; Third-party cookies deposited by a domain other than that of the website visited. There are different types of cookies: Mandatory cookies (for example, see SECURITY & SYSTEM cookies below): these may be used for authentication or security purposes. They are mandatory to enable certain website functionalities and to ensure security. Functional cookies (for example, see CONSENT & FUNCTIONALITY cookies below): these cookies are used to improve and optimize the user's experience on the website. Advertising cookies (see ADVERTISING cookies below): these cookies collect information about your browsing habits and interests in order to provide you with relevant advertising. Audience measurement cookies (see MEASUREMENT & ANALYTICS cookies below): these are used to obtain information on user paths, to analyze traffic on the Peurdelavion website and for audience measurement purposes (for example, cookies collect information on pages visited (number of visits, etc.)). The information collected is anonymous. This enables us to improve the operation of our services.

2. What cookies and trackers do we use?

The purpose of these social network cookies and buttons is to enable users to use the functionalities of the various platforms, and in particular to share pages and content via these third-party social networks. They also enable the social networks to target the advertising they display on their platforms. For more information on the use of your personal data in relation to social networks, and since social network cookies are managed by the publisher of the social network site, we invite you to consult the privacy policies of the third-party social networks concerned. Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Youtube

3. Obtaining consent

When you access the website for the first time, a cookie banner offers you the option of accepting or rejecting Cookies that are not essential to the operation of the site. You can refuse/deactivate Cookies at any time, with the exception of those necessary for the stable operation of the site.

4. Changing your cookie preferences

You can change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking on the Termly widget below: Manage my cookies. For proprietary cookies that are not required for site operation, you can deactivate them by following the steps in the cookie banner. In addition, our partners provide step-by-step procedures explaining how to refuse their cookies. For third-party cookies, you can configure your browser settings to refuse all third-party cookies. For Google Chrome : For Mozilla Firefox: For Microsoft Edge : For Opera : For Internet Explorer : For Apple Safari : WE DO NOT RECOMMEND THAT YOU BLOCK OR DISABLE ALL COOKIES IN YOUR BROWSER SETTINGS. If you block all cookies, the site may not function properly and you may not be able to use some of its features.

5. Contact and Question(s)

If you have any questions about this Charter or a complaint about Cookies and other tracking tools, you can contact us: By sending an e-mail to our Data Protection Officer: By sending a letter to the following postal address: IFAC, 37 avenue Monfray 13007 Marseille