Eolfi

Cookies policy

EOLFI acts in a totally transparent manner towards visitors to its website. Here we provide a description of the cookies we use and how they work and help you if you wish to manage the settings of certain cookies.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file of a limited size (generally comprising letters and numbers), placed on your computer and able to be saved in a dedicated terminal of your hard drive when you visit a site or look at an advertisement. Its aim is to collect information on your browsing and send tailored services to your terminal (computer, mobile or tablet). Sometimes cookies make it possible to remember your browsing preferences and optimise your navigation over our website.

How does it work?

When you visit our Site, www.eolfi.com, for the first time, the Site is able to access information already stored in your electronic communications terminal equipment and, as a result, your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or Safari etc.) can receive an order to save cookies, cookies can be placed on your terminal (computer, tablet or smartphone etc.).

Functionality cookies

Functional cookies make it possible to remember the choices made by users on our Site, such as the language version. The information collected will not allow the users to be identified personally or their exploration activity to be tracked. They allow our site to operate in an optimum manner and deleting them runs the risk of a diminishing your user experience.

Analytics cookies

These cookies are used to collect information on the way that visitors navigate the site. These cookies collect anonymous information on the number of visitors, the site they come from and the pages that they have visited. EOLFI uses this information to compile website activity reports, improve the site and ensure that the content is tailored to what the users are looking for.

Advertising cookies

Some of these cookies can be saved on your computer and used by third parties. This happens when the content displayed comes from a third-party site or when you click on the “Share” buttons of our site. In both these cases, your computer receives a cookie from the third-party site involved. Social media providers such as Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube form part of these third parties. These cookies allow third parties to collect and store information such as user preferences and the pages visited for advertising purposes or to improve their services. Please note that we do not exercise any control over these third-party cookies and, therefore, we are not responsible for their operation. Please visit the sites concerned to view their cookies policy.

Can I object to the use of cookies?

We let you know about the use of these cookies via the information banner displayed on your web page. You are then informed that by continuing to navigate you consent to all the cookies being used. This consent is valid for 13 months. The visitor’s consent will then have to be renewed at the end of this period.

Where appropriate, you may object to these cookies and change the settings by clicking on the link in the banner. You also have the opportunity to set your browsers (Internet Explorer, Safari or Chrome etc.) in order to restore cookies, set them or delete (failing this they are deleted automatically based on their expiration dates).

If your browser is configured to block all cookies, you will not be able to benefit from some of our services. In order to manage cookies to best suit your needs, we ask you to set your browser bearing in mind the aim of the cookies.

How long are cookies kept?

According to the recommendations of the French data protection authority, CNIL, the maximum period for keeping cookies is 13 months at most following their initial placement in the user’s terminal.

The life of the cookies is not extended with each visit. The life of a login cookie is normally two days. 

  • _cookies : cookies choices made by users on our Site. Retention period : 1 year. 
  • _ga : Google Analytics (when the cookie is accepted). Retention period : 14 months.
  • _gat : Google Analytics (when the cookie is accepted). Retention period : session.
  • _gid : Google Analytics (when the cookie is accepted). DRetention period : 1 day.

You can also change the settings relating to the use of cookies on the link in the banner.

Updating the cookies management policy

EOLFI may change this information notice. You are, therefore, asked to consult it and/or set your cookies on a regular basis.