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Cookie management policy

A cookie is a small file generally comprising letters and figures that is sent by the internet server to the cookie file of the browser located on your device’s hard disk.  

To access the CNIL (French data protection authority) site and find out more about the subject, click here.

Traffic measuring cookies 

We use traffic measuring tools in order to understand our users’ browsing patterns and thereby optimize ergonomics and highlight the most relevant content. Our analytical tool is Adobe Analytics.

Cookie namePurpose        Retention period
s_viuser ID13 months
s_squser segment13 months
s_ccSession ID13 months
utag_mainuser ID13 months
CONSENTMGRconsent13 months

 

Users’ IP addresses are also collected to identify the user’s location. This information is immediately anonymized after use, thus signifying that BPCE has no way of establishing the identity of a physical person by this means.

The data collected are not ceded to third parties or used for other purposes.

Third-party cookies to improve interactivity with other sites 

The BPCE site makes use of certain services offered by third-party sites. These notably include:

  • sharing buttons (twitter and facebook)
  • tweet lists (Twitter)
  • videos shown on the site (youtube)

These functionalities use third-party cookies stored directly by these services. By clicking on these services (sharing buttons, tweets, etc.), you agree to use of the associated cookies. If you wish, you can read the policy for managing these cookies on the sites in question.

If you wish to customize your preferences, click here.

 

Your cookie choices

You have several options for managing cookies. Note that any settings that you make are liable to alter your internet browsing and your conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of cookies. You can set your browser so that cookies are stored on your device or, conversely, that they are refused, either systematically or depending on to the issuer. Your browser can also be set so that you are asked whether you wish to accept or refuse a cookie each time a cookie is liable to be stored on your device.

To access the CNIL (French data protection authority) site and find out more about the subject, click here.