As you browse this Blog, we are likely to save data related to your navigation in files known as “Cookies”. These are stored on your terminal (computer, tablet, mobile phone or any other device optimized for the Internet).
We have provided this page to help you understand what a Cookie is and enable you to adapt your settings.
These Cookies are used by CONSTRUCTION NAVALE BORDEAUX to improve your user experience and make it easier to browse this Blog.
1 – What is a Cookie?
A Cookie is a simple text file that is stored in a dedicated space on your terminal’s hard disk, via your browser, when visiting a Blog or viewing an advertisement. It contains several items of data, including the name of the server that deployed it (server of the Blog you are visiting), an identifier in the form of a unique number and in some cases a cookie expiry date.
In using Cookies a company or organization can recognize the terminal of the users on which it has been stored. It can also collect data related to how they browse Blogs and offer personalized services to them.
We would like to reassure you that these Cookies contain no private data and that only the company or organisation deploying the Cookies can read or modify the data within them.
2 – The Cookies used on this Blog
– Cookies needed for this Blog to work properly: these memorize data you enter in forms, manage and make access to privately accessed pages secure (registration or access to your account, service required, contents of a shopping basket, etc.)
– Functional Cookies: these adapt the presentation of the Blog to your terminal’s display preferences (language used, display resolution, etc.) and personalize your access to the site.
– Analytical Cookies (or “audience measuring Cookies”): these collect traffic data anonymously to build statistics and establish how often the site is visited (number of visits, page views, etc.) and to know how the elements comprising this site are used (sections and pages viewed, etc.) enabling CONSTRUCTION NAVALE BORDEAUX to track and improve the quality of its services. This site uses Google Analytics, a service analysing Internet sites provided by Google Inc. (“Google”), with which we can analyse the way the Blog is used by its users.
-“Social Cookies”: enable you to interact with social modules on the Blog (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
3 – Managing Cookies
It is important to know that you can manage and control the installation of these Cookies on your terminal by changing your browser settings.
You can also configure your browser to accept or reject all Cookies either systematically or according to the name of the company deploying them. You can also choose to be informed automatically when a Cookies is stored on your device.
Lastly, you can configure your browser to have greater control over the management of your Cookies, by temporarily accepting or refusing Cookies before they are stored on your hard disk by the server of the Blog you are visiting.
We therefore advise you to configure your browser’s settings to meet your satisfaction.
Since all browsers are different, you will need to open the “Help” menu of your browser to find out how to change the settings related to Cookies.