COOKIES  MANAGEMENT POLICY

The Site may install cookies and tracers (hereinafter “Cookies”) on the Internet user’s terminal. These are files created and stored in the browser while browsing the Site CytoPrevent.eu.

Cookies can only be read by their issuer. During their term of validity, they allow the browser to be recognised during a connection to the Site. Under no circumstances do cookies allow the Internet user to be identified directly.

Article 1 – What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are used to store small pieces of information. They are stored on your device when the website is loaded on your browser. These cookies help us make the website function properly, make it more secure, provide better user experience, and understand how the website performs and to analyze what works and where it needs improvement.

 

 

Article 2 – Types of cookies

There are different types of cookies. The Site may install the following cookies:

Type Presentation Use by Vygon
Audience analysis cookies They measure the audience of the content and sections of the Site (number of visits, page views, visitor activity, etc.) and can determine the city from which the Internet user connects. They make it possible to assess the relevance of the content and sections, to reorganise them and optimise their ergonomics. Google Analytics


Moreover, if the Internet user does not want social media cookies to collect data, they will express their choice directly on:

Article 3 – Google Analytics

As part of the Site’s audience measurement, Vygon uses the Google Analytics tool published by Google. The Internet user can read this tool’s cookie management policy at the following address: https://policies.google.com/privacy.

Google Analytics may install all or some of the following five cookies on the Internet user’s terminal after obtaining their consent:

Cookies name Default expiration time Description
_gid 1 day Used to distinguish users.
_ga 2 years Used to distinguish users.
_gat 1 minute Used to throttle request rate.

 

 

The information collected by these cookies is transmitted directly to Google, which processes it for the purpose of compiling statistical reports on the use and performance of the Site. Google may use this information for other purposes and transfer all or part of it to third parties when required by law, or when these third parties process it on behalf of Google.

This information does not allow Internet users to be identified directly. Neither Google nor Vygon associate your IP address with other data belonging to Google and Google does not attempt to associate an IP address with the identity of an Internet user.

Article 4 – CAPTCHA

CAPTCHA is a security device to ensure that a functionality of the Site is actually used by a legitimate Internet user and not by a computer robot. To this end, CAPTCHA asks the Internet user to correctly enter a series of characters presented on the screen in a distorted manner, which ensures that the request for access is from a person.

The Site uses Google’s reCAPTCHA tool on the https://cytoprevent.eu/contact/ page to combat spam.

The activation of Google reCAPTCHA may result in the installation of Cookies on your terminal after you have agreed to use Google reCAPTCHA. In case of refusal of cookies – or disablement of JavaScript – the related functionality of the Site may be reduced or disabled.

The privacy policy for this tool can be consulted at the following address: https://policies.google.com/privacy.

Once reCAPTCHA is enabled, data relating to your navigation on the Site and a truncated version of your IP address are transmitted to Google for verification. The IP address used by Google for reCAPTCHA is not used for other purposes. In particular, it is not collated with other data collected by Google. In addition, no data entered in the fields of the form is transmitted to Google. This data processing is based on Vygon’s legitimate interest in limiting incoming e-mails to legitimate requests.

These data are likely to be transferred to the United States. To this end, Google and Vygon have signed the standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission.

Article 5 – Conditions for the use of cookies

The use of other cookies requires the prior and explicit consent of the Internet user. A message to this end is displayed on the Site at the 1st login, then periodically. This message allows the Internet user to express their consent to the use of all or some of these Cookies. The lifespan of these cookies shall not exceed thirteen (13) months. You can change the settings of these Cookies at any time by clicking on “Cookie Settings” .

Article 6 – Statistics

Data collected through Google Analytics are used by Vygon to produce usage and consultation statistics for the Site.

Anonymous statistics are compiled from the data collected by the audience measurement cookies, which do not allow Internet users to be identified directly. This anonymisation constitutes data processing implemented on the basis of Vygon’s legitimate interest in monitoring the use and performance of the Site. Vygon considers its interest to be proportionate to the rights and freedoms of Internet users, since they may refuse to accept audience measurement cookies and the data collected for this purpose do not allow them to be identified directly.

The resulting anonymised data are retained for twenty-five (25) months from their generation.

Data are only transmitted internally to those responsible for the production of anonymous statistics.

To the extent that the Internet user is able to establish that data used for the purposes of producing anonymous statistics regarding use and performance of the Site are relevant to them, They may exercise their rights of access, rectification, objection, restriction and erasure with Vygon:

 

Vygon
+33 (0)1 39 92 63 63
GDPR@vygon.com
GDPR – 8 rue de Paris – 95 440 Ecouen

 

In addition, under the same conditions, the Internet user may submit directives on the fate of the data after death.

If the Internet user considers that Vygon does not comply with its obligations, they may submit a complaint or request to the competent authority. In France, the competent authority is the CNIL (French Data Protection Authority) to which you can send a request electronically by clicking on the following link: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes/internet.

Article 7 – Browser Settings

The Internet user can configure their browser to disable the recording of Cookies. The procedure to be followed may depend on the terminal and the browser:

This configuration, apart from being able to block technical cookies, and thus prevent or hinder the operation of certain functionalities, does not block the use of tracking Pixels.

In addition, some browsers allow a cookie blocker to be installed. Cookies blockers allow the Internet user in principle to determine which cookies they wish to allow to be installed and/or used. The Internet user is advised to refer to the documentation of the cookie blocker they have installed.