Version 1.3 - April 2020
What Is a Cookie?
Cookies are small text files or plotters that may be dropped, read and stored when you visit our site, on your fixed or mobile device (computer, tablet, smartphone). It has a unique identifier assigned to your device and allows the Site to remember your actions and preferences (such as the location, the font size you prefer and other display preferences) during a specified legal period.
Thus, you do not need to provide certain information each time you access the Site or navigate from page to page.
Cookies can also help us to personalize your browsing experience. These cookies allow us to know you better.
The Different Types of Cookies
There are two main categories of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies.
Session cookies allow the Site to track your navigation from one page to another so that you are not asked for the same information previously provided to the Site. Cookies allow you to browse many pages of the Site quickly and easily without having to login to each new page of the Site you visit. These cookies remain on your device until you close your browser, resulting in an automatic disappearance of said cookies.
Persistent cookies help the Site remember your information and settings when you view it in the future which allows the results to be faster and more convenient access for you.
During your first visit, the Site is presented in default mode. During your visit, you select your preferences, which are kept in memory for your next consultation of the Site through the use of persistent cookies.
Persistent cookies are in turn divided into two categories:
- Cookies issued by our Site: www.digitalspace.io
- Cookies issued on our Site by third party partners.
Cookies issued by our Site: www.digitalspace.io:
The cookies we issue are used for the purposes described below, subject to your choices that result from the settings you have customized.
1. Essential Cookies:
These cookies are essential for the proper functioning and your navigation in the Site. Without them, you would not be able to navigate the Site or could not use some of its features. These cookies are essential; they cannot be disabled. These cookies do not keep any personal data. That’s why their status appears as “Always Active”.
These operating cookies contain, for example, authentication cookies.
2. Functionality cookies:
These cookies allow you to set your preferences for viewing the Site. They allow the site to remember your choices, including your username and preferred region. These cookies also allow you to not have to set your choices for each of your connections and see messages for the first time a user logs-on.
These cookies can also be used to offer you services and personalized content.
3. Audience Measurement Cookies:
These cookies allow us to analyze the navigation of our Site, to perform statistics and also to improve your user experience. The analyzes are performed on anonymous aggregated data.
For example, performance cookies show us the most frequently visited pages, allow us to better understand the overall usage habits of the Site and to anticipate the difficulties you may encounter during your browsing. These cookies allow us to improve the Site.
4. Targeted Advertising Cookies:
When you view or click banner ads when you visit the Site, cookies from our advertising partners may be used to provide you with targeted advertising based on your interests. They can also limit the number of times an advertisement is offered to you.
If you disable these cookies, you will continue to see advertising that is not related to your interests.
Cookies Issued by Our Site by Third Party Partners
Since neither Digitalspace nor our subsidiaries manage the cookies deposited by our third-party partners, we are not responsible for the use made of your data by them.
1. Cookies of Social Networks and Videos:
These cookies that come from third-party applications allow you to share content from our site with your friends on social networks or to inform them of your consultation or opinion on it, when you click on the “Share”, “Like” buttons from Facebook and Twitter. By deactivating these cookies, you will no longer be able to share the articles, or content of www.digitalspace.io from our Site on social networks.
Social cookies allow Digitalspace to create and distribute certain personalized advertisements relating to its publications and offers. By disabling these cookies, Digitalspace will no longer be able to offer you this type of personalized advertising.
Digitalspace has no control over the process used by social media channels to collect information about your browsing on our site and associated with your personal data they have. We invite you to consult their privacy policies and cookies to learn the purpose of use, including advertising, navigation information collected by them. Their respective policies should enlighten you about your rights, how to exercise them and how to set up your consent.
2. Cookies Partners
Cookies placed by our partners on your fixed or mobile devices are set up from advertising content on our Site.
These Partner cookies are issued by:
- Advertisers who created the relevant advertising content,
- Third-party companies to the advertiser: communication consulting agencies, audience measurement companies, targeted advertising providers, etc. These third-party companies may associate a cookie with the advertising content of an advertiser.
These cookies may allow Partners, during the period of validity of these cookies to count the number of displays of content broadcast through our spaces, to identify the content displayed, the number of users clicked on each, allowing them to establish statistics. They may also recognize your device during your subsequent browsing on any other site or service on which advertisers or third parties also issue cookies and, where appropriate, adapt these sites or third-party services to the navigation of your device.
3. Analytics Cookies
The analytic cookie is a cookie of measurement of audience and statistics, thus without consent, used to measure the performance of the TV campaigns of the advertisers on the digital. In addition to measurement, analytics offers advanced optimization or audience measurement solutions that may require the collection of free, explicit and unambiguous user consent. Analytics then becomes a data provider for the advertiser’s partners, who must ensure the compliance of the operating partner.
1. Through our platform of preference (recommended)
Our Site allows you to set the cookies posted on the Site via the interface accessible directly in the Cookie banner during the first login. You can always return to your choices and set them again by accessing our platform for managing cookies.
To recover your consent data, firstname.lastname@example.org
2. By Setting Your Internet Browser
Some internet browsers allow you to set cookies. On each browser, the configuration may be different.
However, be warned that the DoNotTrack parameter offered by some browser versions is not always interpreted by all actors as opposition to tracing by advertising agencies and does not so is not enough to reflect your choice.
If you consent to the deposit of cookies on your terminal, they will be kept for a maximum of thirteen (13) months from their deposit on your terminal. At the end of this period (or if you have manually deleted your cookies), your consent for the deposit and/or reading of cookies will be required again and you will have to set your options again directly in the cookie banner.