What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are temporarily or permanently stored by a website server on your computer or device through your browser.
Cookies contain a unique code that enables your browser to recognise you during your visit to this website (= a session cookie), or also during a subsequent visit, or during subsequent use (= a permanent cookie). Cookies make it possible to simplify, supplement and personalise the use of a website.
1. What are cookies used for?
They enable the website to recognise your device and to store certain information about your preferences or previous actions in order to enable the website to function or improve its functioning. They also provide information to the site editors. In summary, cookies help us to provide you with a good browsing experience on our website and to improve it.
2. Who use the cookies?
3.What types of cookies are used by SQLI?
The cookies that may be deposited by the site during your browsing are mainly intended to :
• ensure the proper functioning of the various scripts used for its coding,
• ensure its monitoring via the tools provided by Google Analytics,
• to ensure the proper functioning of the social sharing buttons.
3.1 Functional Cookies
These cookies are necessary for you to be able to visit the website and to use particular components of it. These cookies allow you, for example, to navigate between the different components of the website or to fill in forms. If you reject these cookies, some elements of the website will not work or will not work optimally.
With respect to social network sharing cookies:
Our site contains sharing buttons to SQLI’s third-party social networks, which allow you to share content from our site with other users of these networks.
When you visit a web page on which one of these buttons or modules is present, your browser may send information to the social network, which may then associate this viewing with your profile.
We invite you to consult the privacy policies of each of these social networks in order to learn about the purposes for which they may use the browsing information they may collect through these buttons and modules :
3.2 Performance Cookies
Performance cookies are cookies that enable analysis of the website. These are cookies that aim to collect information about how visitors use the website, such as information about the pages visited or the number of error messages displayed, in order to analyse and optimise the use of the website.
3.3 Marketing cookies
These are cookies that are used to provide information about the use and sharing of information from this site as well as retargeting tools.
This website also uses Google Tag Manager (statistical cookies) and Google Ads (marketing cookies).
4. Cookie management
In addition, your browser settings allow you to install, customise or refuse the installation of cookies. You can also delete, at any time, the cookies already installed on your computer or mobile.
Find out how to configure cookies on the most common browsers:
To find information about other browsers, we recommend that you visit the website of the browser developer.
To disable Google Analytics tracking on all websites, please visit this page.