What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on the browser of your device (computer, tablet, or mobile phone) when visiting a website or viewing an advertisement. Cookies do not identify you personally as an individual, they only identify the device you are using. Their purpose is to collect information about your browsing on our website.
On your first visit to www.eras-gse.fr, (the Website), a cookies banner will appear on the homepage. A link you can click on provides more information about the purpose of cookies and how they work. Continued browsing to another page on the Website or clicking on an item on the Website (including: images, text, links, etc.) confirms your acceptance of the storage of the intended cookies on your computer.
If you do not wish to receive cookies on our Website, you can set your browser to send you a message about the presence of each cookie when it comes and you are given the opportunity to block each cookie. You can also block all cookies by disabling them in your browser. Activating cookies is not required on any part of our Website.
Types of cookies we may store on your device
We use GOOGLE ANALYTICS to improve the operation of our website and your browsing experience. Two types of cookies are used on the website:
• The _ga cookie, with an expiration time of 2 years
• The _gid cookie, with an expiration time of 24 hours
These traffic measurement cookies enable us to measure traffic for the various contents and sections on our website, your path on our website, and any navigation issues to improve the way in which we present contents.
These cookies do not collect personal information without the user’s consent. They cannot be used by ERAS except as described by this Policy and do not represent a threat like the transmission of computer viruses.
This means that, if a user has accepted cookies, they will be automatically disabled after end of the indicated time. After that, consent must be re-obtained for them to be stored again.
To better understand and manage cookies of any kind, please visit the CNIL (Commission on Information Technology and Liberties) website at: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/
To change your cookie preferences, see the help section in your browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.).