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WHAT IS A COOKIE?
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You have different ways to manage cookies. You may at any time choose to disable all or part of the cookies.
COOKIES ON WWW.ASKME.WATCH
Four types of cookies can be placed on your consultation terminal when you visit www.askme.watch :
For a proper functioning, www.askme.watch requires the deposit of cookies for:
Audience measurement cookies
We use Google Analytics tools to help us measure and study the effectiveness of our online content, track site analytics and user usage anonymously. These tools help us to better understand how our readers use the site, to make it evolve and improve it continuously.
If you do not want our site to store these cookies in your browser, you can click on the following deactivation links, which will leave a cookie in your browser disabling them:
Social network cookies
These cookies, deposited by third companies, make it possible to simplify the sharing of the contents of our site with other people from your accounts on social networks.
The site interacts in particular with the following platforms:
Third party advertising cookies
Advertising cookies are issued by our business partners, in the advertising spaces provided on our site. The use of these spaces contributes to the financing of the content and services that we make available to you free of charge.
These cookies are deposited by our partners within the framework of advertising partnerships under the terms of which the advertising agencies can be led to collect data concerning the contents consulted on our site, in the respect of the provisions of the Data-processing Law and Freedoms of 1978.
First of all, these cookies allow you to:
In accordance with CNIL recommendations, the lifetime of these advertising cookies does not exceed 13 months.
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