When using the website https://www.tignes.net, certain browsing information is likely to be saved as folders called “Cookies” on your device. This depends on your settings concerning Cookies which can be amended at any time.
A Cookie is a small text file saved onto a dedicated part of your device’s hard drive when viewing online content via your web browser. It allows content providers to identify the computer device in which it is saved, for the duration of the Cookie.
Cookies from partner companies (third-party cookies) are likely to be placed in your computer via the pages of our site or via content made available in our advertising space. These spaces contribute to the financing of content and services that are made available to you.
Only the Cookie provider is likely to read or modify the information contained within it.
1. COOKIES sent by tignes from our website
The Cookies we send out are used for the purposes set out below, during the period of validity of said Cookie, subject to your preferences resulting from the parameters of your web browser used during your visit to our website and which you can change at any time.
The Cookies we send out allow us to:
Change the presentation of our website, our advertising and publicity content to the display preferences of your device (language used, display resolution, operating system used etc.), if the need arises according to localisation data transmitted by your device with your prior permission and your personal data
To memorise the information concerning forms completed on our website or products, services or information chosen on our website; to manage and protect access to reserved and personal areas
To establish statistics and volume data on the use of the various elements that make up our website (headings and content viewed, browsing) in order to improve the relevance and ergonomics of our services
To count the total number of advertisements displayed by us in our advertising spaces, to identify these, the number of times they are viewed, the number of clicks and, if the need arises, future actions carried out by these users on the pages that these adverts lead them to in order to calculate the sums owed to those involved in the advertising distribution chain and to form statistics;
2. third-party cookies sent out from our website
Sending and using Cookies by third parties is subject to third-party data protection policies. We are informing you of the purpose of the Cookies of which we are aware and the ways available to you to manage your preferences regarding these Cookies.
(a) Social networking sites
On our website we are likely to include third-party computer programmes that allow you to share content from our website with others or to share what you have been looking at with other people or what you think about content from our website. This is particularly the case with “Share” and “Like” buttons from social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter etc.
Social networking sites that provide buttons such as this are likely to identify you through the use of this button, even if you haven’t used this button whilst you are visiting our website. This is because this type of application can allow the social networking site concerned to track your browsing on our site, simply from the fact that your social networking account was activated on your computer (open session) during your browsing on our site.
We have no control over the process employed by social networks to collect data connected to your browsing on our site and associated with the personal information available to them. We invite you to consult the data protection policies of these social networking sites in order to make yourself aware of the purpose of use, particularly advertising, of the browsing information that they can obtain using these application buttons. These protection policies must allow you to make choices regarding these social networking sites, particularly in setting up the parameters of your user accounts on each of these networks.
(b) Third-party content made available in our advertising space
Advertising content (graphics, films, videos etc.) shown in our advertising space is likely to contain third-party Cookies which may make it possible, during the duration of the Cookies:
To count the number of visits to our site and/or display advertising content via our advertising space, in particular for the purposes of statistics and/or invoicing.
(c) Third-party targeted advertising Cookies
Our sites are likely to contain third-party cookies (advertising agencies, web analytics agencies, targeted advertising providers etc.) and allow the latter, during the duration of the Cookies:
To collect browsing data connected with the devices consulting our websites
To determine the advertising content likely to correspond with areas of interest identified from previous browsing history on the device concerned
To be clear, we would like to stress that the distribution of these Cookies and the gathering of this data does not allow our partners to identify you personally. Your surname, first name, user name, postal address, email address and password are never communicated to third parties without your explicit prior consent.
3. your choices in relation to cookies
You can choose to manage your preferences concerning Cookies at any time using the following methods.
The choices offered to you by your Internet browser
You can configure your browser in such a way that Cookies are saved on your device or, alternatively, rejected, either systematically or in accordance with their provider. You can also configure your browser so that you are given the option of accepting or refusing Cookies from time to time, before a Cookie is likely to be saved on your device. For more information refer to the heading "How do you manage your preferences, depending on the browser you use?"
(a) Consent to Cookies
Saving a Cookie on a device depends largely upon the preferences of the device user, which the user can change at any time at no extra cost through the options offered by his/her browser software. If you have accepted to save Cookies in your device in your browser, the Cookies in the pages and content that you have viewed may be stored temporarily in a dedicated area on your device. These can only be viewed by their issuer.
(b) Refusal of Cookies
If this is the case, we accept no responsibility for problems linked to the reduced operation of our services resulting from us being unable to save or access the Cookies needed for their operation that you had declined or deleted.
(c) How do you manage your preferences, depending on the browser you use?
For Internet Explorer™: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies,
For Safari™: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html ?path=Safari/3.0/fr/9277.html,
For Chrome™: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py ?hl=fr&hlrm=en&answer=95647,
For Firefox™: http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/Activer%20et%20d%C3%A9sactiver%20les%20cookies,
For Opera™: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html, etc.
(d) Expressing your preferences online on interprofessional platforms
You can connect to the website Youronlinechoices, put forward by digital advertising professionals brought together within the European association EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance) and managed in France by the “Interactive Advertising Bureau France”.
You can also find out which companies have signed up to this platform and offer you the chance to refuse or accept the Cookies used by these businesses in order to display advertisements related to your browsing history: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/.
This European platform is shared by hundreds of online advertising professionals and constitutes a centralised interface that allows you to refuse or accept Cookies likely to be used in order to change the type of advertisements displayed as you are browsing. Note that this procedure will not prevent the display of advertisements on the websites that you visit. It will only block the technologies that allow the display of advertisements relevant to your interests.
(e) “Adobe Flash Player”™ “Flash” Cookies
“Adobe Flash Player “™ is a computer programme that allows rapid development of dynamic content using “Flash” programming language. Flash (and programmes of the same type) memorise the parameters, preferences and content usage using technology similar to that of Cookies. However, “Adobe Flash Player“™ manages this information and your choices via a different interface to that provided by your browser software.
In so far as your device would be likely to display content developed using Flash language, we invite you to access your tools to manage Flash Cookies on their website http://www.adobe.com/fr/.
4. personal information and browsing information
In the event that we were considering obtaining browsing information from your device through a third party that we could link with personal information that you have provided us with, we would request your explicit agreement prior to proceeding with such an association or sending you advertisements or canvassing that would result from this.