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Collection of personal information
In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, we hereby inform you that personal data collected from Internet users by means of a form or otherwise may not, under any circumstances, be transmitted, whether free of charge or in return for payment, to third parties, whether natural persons or legal entities.
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The elearning.audace.fr website is therefore protected by national and international legislation on intellectual property rights.
Consequently, any reproduction and/or representation and/or redistribution, in whole or in part, on any medium, electronic or otherwise, present or future, is prohibited without express prior authorization.
AUDACE authorizes any Internet site or any other medium to cite the site or to set up a hypertext link pointing to the address audace-digital-learning.fr
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of information placed on your hard disk by the server of the site you are visiting.
Information relating to your browsing may be recorded in “cookie” files installed on your terminal. Information relating to your browsing may be recorded in “cookie” files installed on your terminal.
This information, which is stored for a limited period of validity not exceeding 13 months, includes the pages you visit, the type of browser you use, your browsing time, user preferences, etc.
To find out more about cookies, please visit the CNIL website: www.cnil.fr.
- facilitate your browsing on the site and collect your terminal’s display preferences,
- to compile anonymous statistics on visits to our site and to detect navigation problems in order to monitor and improve the quality of our services,
- memorize information entered in forms and manage access to your personal areas.
Your choices concerning cookies
1. Refuse a cookie via your browser
You can deactivate some or all cookies. Your browser can be set to notify you of cookies and ask you to accept them or not.
If you’re using Explorer: click on Tools, then Internet Options. Under the General tab, Browsing history, click on Settings. Then click on View files and select the cookie(s) you wish to deactivate. Then close the window containing this list of cookies and double-click OK to return to the Internet.
If you’re using Firefox: click on the Firefox Menu icon, then on the Tools button, then on Options; in the window that appears, choose Privacy and click on Delete Specific Cookies. Select the cookies you wish to deactivate, then delete them.
If you use the Safari browser: click on Settings, then Preferences. In the window that appears, choose Privacy/Security, then click on Show cookies. Select the cookies you wish to deactivate, then click on Delete or Delete all.
If you use the Chrome browser: click on the Google Chrome menu icon, then Settings. At the bottom of the page, click on Show advanced settings. In the Privacy section, click on Content settings. To disable cookies :
- Select Restrict all sites from storing data
- Click on cookies and site data, then hover over the site that created the cookie, and click on X in the right-hand corner, or click on Delete all.
2. Refusing an audience cookie
On our site, audience cookies are deposited by Google Analytics. If you do not wish our site to store cookies in your browser for audience measurement purposes, please click on the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout