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Cookie including information about the navigation of a visitor. We wish to place a cookie on your computer. A cookie does not allow us to identify you; On the other hand, it records information relating to the navigation of your computer on our site (the pages that you have consulted, the date and time of the consultation, etc.) that we will be able to read during your subsequent visits. The shelf life of this information on your computer is [specify the length of time the cookie is stored on the client machine. We inform you that you can oppose the registration of ‘cookies’ by configuring your browser as follows: For Mozilla firefox: Choose the menu ‘tool’ then ‘Options’. Click on the ‘privacy’ icon. Locate the ‘cookie’ menu and select the options that suit you. For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0: Choose the ‘Tools’ (or ‘Tools’) menu, then ‘Internet Options’ (or ‘Internet Options’). Click on the ‘Privacy’ (or ‘Confidentiality’) tab. Select the desired level using the slider. For Microsoft Internet Explorer 5: Choose the ‘Tools’ menu, then ‘Internet Options’. Click on the ‘Security’ (or ‘Security’) tab. Select ‘Internet’ and then ‘Custom Level’ (or ‘CustomLevel’). Find the heading ‘cookies’ and choose the option that suits you. For Netscape 6.X and 7. X: Choose the ‘Edit’> ‘Preferences’ menu For Opera 6.0 and above: Choose the ‘File’> ‘Preferences’ menu. Private life.

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Cookie including information provided by the person concerned: Message from (indicate the name of your organization). We wish (siteweb.fr) to place a cookie in your computer. A cookie does not allow us to identify you. In general, it records information about the navigation of your computer on our site (the pages you have visited, the date and time of the consultation, etc.) that we can read during your subsequent visits. In this case, it contains the information you have just provided us. Thus, you will not need, during your next visit, to fill again the form that we proposed to you. The shelf life of this information in your computer is (indicate the length of time the cookie is stored on the client machine). We inform you that you can oppose the registration of ‘cookies’ by configuring your browser as follows: For Mozilla firefox: Choose the menu ‘tool’ then ‘Options’. Click on the ‘privacy’ icon. Locate the ‘cookie’ menu and select the options that suit you. For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0: Choose the ‘Tools’ menu, then ‘Internet Options’. Click on the ‘Privacy’ (or ‘Confidentiality’) tab. Select the desired level using the slider. For Microsoft Internet Explorer 5: Choose the ‘Tools’ menu, then ‘Internet Options’. Click on the ‘Privacy’ tab. Customize the level ‘using the slider. For Netscape 6.X and 7. X: Choose the ‘Edit’> ‘Preferences’ menu. Privacy and Security. Cookies. For Opera 6.0 and above: Choose the ‘File’> ‘Preferences’ menu. Private life.