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Cookies used for functionality allow users to interact with a service or website to access its fundamental features. Features considered fundamental to a service include preferences (such as choice of language), product optimisations that help maintain and improve that service and the retention of information relating to users’ sessions (such as the content of a shopping basket).
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Some cookies are used to maintain and enhance the user experience during a specific browser session.
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Cookies used for analytics help collect data that serves a better understanding on how users interact with a particular service. These insights enable services to improve content quality and build better features that enhance the user experience.
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This type of service helps the owner to manage any tags or scripts required by this website in a centralised manner.
As a result, user data flows through these services, potentially resulting in the retention of this data.
The services contained in this section allow the owner to monitor and analyse web traffic and can be used to track user behaviour.
This website may include YouTube videos. YouTube does not sell its users’ information. This information is used to personalise YouTube services for viewers, in particular to provide recommendations, personalise search results and deliver relevant ads.
Our website may use Google Maps. This service is intended to make it easier for you to find us when you travel to our offices.
Google Maps uses information on the following points:
- devices or applications used
- parallel activities on Google services (searches, interactions with ads, etc.)
- geographic location
- websites visited that use Google services
Google Search Console is used to monitor and adjust our website’s ranking as well as to detect any potential errors. This tool also facilitates the timely dereferencing of content in the event we should receive a request to do so.
HubSpot is a hosting platform for websites, blogs and e-mail. It is used on our website to host blog posts and to send you information by e-mail when you have expressly requested it by clicking on the "Inform me" button and filling out the appropriate form in which you give us your e-mail address so that we can send you this information.
Should you have any questions about the way your personal data is handled or about exercising your rights in this regard, our Data Protection Officer will be happy to help.
Since the use of third-party trackers via this website cannot be fully controlled by the owner, any specific reference to third-party trackers should be considered indicative. For complete information, please consult the privacy policies of the respective third-party services mentioned above.