A cookie is a tiny element of data stored on the hard drive of the terminal’s User (computer, tablet, mobile) through a navigation browser when visiting on-line services. Cookies are widely used by websites. They guarantee their functioning or improve the browsing, and supply also certain information, in particular in terms of measure of audience, to the owners of these websites.
Cookies do not cause any damage to the terminal, but make it easier, for example, to find preferences, pre-fill certain fields and adapt the content of the services on the site visited. Such data allows the improvement of ergonomics and services according to your interests.
You have the option to configure your devices to accept all cookies, notify you when a cookie is issued or never accept cookies. However, the latter option may result in some personalized services not being provided and, as a result, you may not be able to take full advantage of all the features offered by the Site.
If you do not wish to receive cookies in general or only wish to refuse certain cookies, you can change your browser settings accordingly.
For Internet Explorer:
For any other browser not mentioned above, the User does not hesitate to consult the cookie management help available on the Website.
Information collected through cookies help BNC to analyze the use of the Website and to enable the Users to benefit from a better experience when visiting the Website.
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The User can however oppose these various operations by configuring his browser, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox, by following the instructions, also indicated above, which are supplied for that purpose on his/her browser website. In case of exercise of the right of opposition, BNC confirms that no data of connection will be transmitted to any supplier of analysis of audience tools. Moreover, the User has a right of access to its own data that he/she can exercise by contacting the concerned supplier, by specifying the number identifying of the cookie which will be attributed to him/her by the latter.