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Cookie Statement

     

  1. What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file placed on the hard disk of your computer, smartphone, tablet or other device, by the websites you visit. They are typically used to make websites work (more efficiently) and to provide information to the site owner.

     

  1. What are the different types of cookies?

A cookie can be classified according to its purpose, its life and the domain to which it belongs.

Cookies have different purposes, such as:

     

  • enable the proper functioning of a website or application.
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  • allow the recording of certain preferences or certain histories to facilitate your navigation on the website without having to reintroduce this information during a subsequent visit (memorization of the choice of language, usernames, passwords, etc.).
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  • enable the analysis of your behavior on a website to better understand your needs, to adapt the site to function and provide you with a better user experience (what pages are viewed and how long, how many visits to the website, the location of site users, etc.).

Taking into account its lifetime, a cookie is either:

     

  • a session cookie: it is deleted when the user closes his browser; is
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  • a persistent cookie: it remains on the user’s computer / device for a predefined time.

Considering the domain to which it belongs, there are two types:

     Internal cookies: they are installed by the visited web server and share the same domain

     

  • third-party cookies: they are dropped by a different domain than the visited page.
     

  1. Are there cookies on our website?

Yes. Our website uses cookies to personalize the content and provide you with a better user experience.

The tables below explain the cookies used by the website:

Name: _icl_visitor_lang_js, _icl_current_language, wpml_browser_redirect_test
Purpose / Description: This type of cookie will allow the website to remember the user’s language preferences as soon as the user selects the language when of his first visit. This type of cookie helps to personalize the (functional) website.
Session cookie or persistent cookie? Session
Internal Cookies or Third Party Cookies? Internal
Data Types: Linguistic Preference

Name: PHPSESSID
Purpose / description: This type of cookie comes from applications or web servers for creating a secure client session. This type of cookie is necessary for security reasons.
Session cookie or persistent cookie? Session
Internal Cookies or Third Party Cookies? Internal
Data Types: Anonymous Identification

Name: bp_ut_session
Purpose / description: This type of cookie is a generic cookie used to record session information in a web application.
Session cookie or persistent cookie? Session
Internal Cookies or Third Party Cookies? Internal
Data Types: Anonymous Identification

Name: cookielawinfo-checkbox-not-necessary, viewed_cookie_policy Purpose / description: This type of cookie comes from the general banner at the first visit to the site pollet.eu . When you accept cookies or not, this information is saved by the system.
Cookie de session ou cookie persistant ? Session
Internal cookies or third-party cookies? internal
Data Types: Cookie Acceptances

Name: wordpress _ ****** (ex: wordpress_56a19d3f …), wordpress_logged_in _ ***** (ex: wordpress_logged_in_56a19d3f …)
Purpose / description: This type of cookie is generated by the wordpress CMS to detect whether the user is already logged in or not on the site (Backup of identifiers, rights, etc.).
Session cookie or persistent cookie? Session
Internal cookies or third-party cookies? internal
Data Types: Tracking, Tracking and Preference

Name: APISID, SSID, PREF, SID, SAPISID, HSID, id
Purpose / description: These cookies belong to Google. Their goal is to control users on a large scale through their own products and sites as well as through a large number of technologies embedded in other websites all over the world. They use the data collected through most of these services to profile user interests and sell advertising space to organizations based on these interests. They also align the ads to the content of the pages where the consumer ads appear.
Session cookie or persistent cookie? Persistent
Internal cookies or third-party cookies? Third party
Data Types: Tracking, Tracking and Preference
The use of cookies on this Website is managed by Pollet SA / NV, with its registered office at 7501 Orcq (Tournai), rue de la Grande Couture 20 in Belgium.

  1. You wish to refuse the use of cookies?

If you prefer that Pollet or our partners do not install cookies on your device, you can indicate this during your first visit to our website.
Please note that by disabling cookies, some sections of the website may not work (or not fully) and you may not be able to access all features.

  1. How can I manage my cookies?

If you wish to remove all non-functional cookies, you can change your preferences at any time by going to the preference center of your browser.
Please note: by disabling (some) cookies, there is no guarantee that the website will be fully functional and / or that you will have access to all features.

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