The User is advised that during visits to the Sites, cookies may be placed on their terminal equipment.
This policy, which supplements the general terms of use of the Sites, specifies the cookies which are used on the Sites as well as the means available to the User for accepting or rejecting the placing of cookies.

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Vous êtes informé que, lors de vos visites sur le site april-international.com, des cookies peuvent être installés sur votre équipement terminal.

I - What is a "cookie"?

A cookie is a small text file which can be placed on the User's terminal when they are viewing a website or using an application. This is done through their browser software. The term cookie is understood here in a broad sense and covers any trackers which are placed and/or read when viewing the Sites, regardless of the type of terminal being used (PCs, smartphones, tablets etc.).

A cookie allows its issuer to identify the terminal on which it is stored, for the period during which this cookie is valid or is stored. Cookies are managed by the web browser and only the issuer of a cookie can read or amend the information they contain.
There are different types of cookies with various functions:

-    Some cookies are required in order to use the Sites, while others make it possible to optimise and personalise the content being displayed, generate statistics or tailor advertising to the interests of the User. 
-    Some cookies are placed by third parties and others are placed by the Sites.
-    Some cookies are session cookies which disappear as soon as the User leaves the site and others are permanent cookies which remain on the terminal until they expire or until the User deletes them using their browser functionalities.

II - Cookies used on the Sites “april.fr” and “april.com”

Different types of cookies are placed on the Sites:

2.1 Cookies required for the operation of the Sites

These are cookies placed exclusively by the Publisher and are essential for browsing the Sites. They allow the User to use the main functionalities of the Sites and ensure their connection is secure.

These cookies can be blocked. However, without these cookies the User will not be able to use the Sites in the normal manner.

2.2 Functionality cookies

These cookies are not essential for browsing the Sites.

Depending on the choices made by the User, they allow the Publisher to adapt how the Sites are presented to suit the display preferences on the User's terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used etc.) during their visits to the Sites, based on the visualisation and reading equipment and software on their terminal.

Cookies used on the Sites:

Editeur Nom du cookie Finalité Durée de vie Type de cookie

Publisher

Name of cookie

Purpose

Duration

Type of cookie

iAdvize

3825wc

Allows chat features to be displayed

1 year

Third-party

iAdvize

3825last

Allows chat features to be displayed

1 year

Third-party

 

2.3 Analysis cookies

The Publisher uses a number of tools designed to measure use of the Sites. These tools make it possible to:
-    identify the interests and behaviours of the User
-    improve knowledge of the User in order to personalise the content
-    d'établir des statistiques et volumes de fréquentation et d'utilisation des divers éléments composant les sites (rubriques et contenus visités, parcours), permettant d'améliorer l'intérêt et l'ergonomie des services.

Cookies used on the Sites:

Editeur Nom du cookie Finalité Durée de vie Type de cookie

Publisher

Name of cookie

Purpose

Duration

Type of cookie

Adobe Analytics

s_cc

Ascertains if it is possible to create cookies on the browser.

Visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

s_vi

Identifies unique visitors.

13 months from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Adobe Analytics

s_fid

Identifies unique visitors if the "s_vi" cookie could not be created because of restrictions on the generation of cookies enforced by domains external to the application.

13 months from the end of the last visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

omnVisitId

Identifies the visit.

Visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

s_nr

Generated by an Adobe Analytics plugin making it possible to avoid the same segmentation information being recorded several times during tracking.

13 months from the end of the last visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

s_catcpm

Stores the sequence of traffic channels that generated visits to the site for the browser in question.

13 months from the end of the last visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

s_cpm

Stores the sequence of e-marketing campaigns and channels that generated visits to the site for the browser in question.

13 months from the end of the last visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

cmpid

Identifies the external campaigns clicked on by the visitor to reach the Sites.

Visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

cmpint

Identifies the internal campaigns clicked on by the visitor.

Visit

Internal

Adobe Analytics

s_sq

Tracks the pages viewed using the mouse tracking tool, ClickMap (tracks clicks on each page).

Visit

Internal

Google Analytics

_ga

Identifies unique visitors.

13 months from the end of the last visit

Internal

Google Analytics

_gid

Identifies unique visitors.

24 hours

Internal

AB Tasty

visitorID

Identifies unique visitors.

Visit

Third-party

AB Tasty

ABTasty

Records all AB testing data (visitor ID, test and variation ID and timestamps).

13 months

Internal

AB Tasty

ABTastySession

Identifies unique visits.

Visit

Internal

 

2.4 Advertising cookies

The advertising cookies that are placed on the User's terminal are used to tailor advertising to their interests based on their navigation of the Sites, but also on other sites.
They make it possible to:
 -  show adverts or recommendations most in keeping with the interests of the Internet users,
 -  personalise banner ads on third-party sites.

Cookies used on the Sites:

Editeur Nom du cookie Finalité Durée de vie Type de cookie

Publisher

Name of cookie

Purpose

Duration

Type of cookie

AppNexus

anj

Contains data showing whether a cookie ID is synchronised with the AppNexus partners

90 days from the end of the last visit

Third-party

AppNexus

uuid2

Contains a randomly generated unique value that allows the Platform to distinguish between browsers and devices.

90 days from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Gamned

Cookie beginning with apx_

Makes it possible to personalise banner ads on third-party sites, via the advertising server, AppNexus

29 days from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Tradelab

uuid

Makes it possible to personalise banner ads on third-party sites and associated statistical reports

3 months from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Tradelab

uuid2

Makes it possible to personalise advertising banners on third-party sites and associated statistical reports

3 months from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Tradelab

uuid3

Makes it possible to personalise banner ads on third-party sites and associated statistical reports

3 months from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Tradelab

b0

Makes it possible to personalise banner ads on third-party sites and associated statistical reports

3 months from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Google Doubleclick

DSID

Makes it possible to personalise banner ads on third-party sites and associated statistical reports

2 weeks

Third-party

Google Doubleclick

IDE

Makes it possible to personalise banner ads on third-party sites and associated statistical reports

13 months

Third-party

Google

test_cookie

Allows Google to check if the browser of the user browsing the website supports cookies

Visit

Third-party

Google AdSense

_gcl_au

Used by Google to test the effectiveness of advertising on various websites using their services

3 months from the end of the last visit

Internal

Leadplace.fr

uid

Makes it possible to personalise banner ads on third-party sites and associated statistical reports

1 year from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Bing

_uetsid

Makes it possible to personalise advertising and associated statistical reports

13 months

Third-party

Facebook

_fbp

Makes it possible to personalise advertising and associated statistical reports

Visit

Third-party

Facebook

fr

Makes it possible to personalise advertising and associated statistical reports

3 months from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Postaffiliatepro

PAPVisitorId

Makes it possible to identify traffic from clicks on adverts on the affiliated platform

1 year from the end of the last visit

Third-party

Antvoice

av-test-cookie

Makes it possible to show adverts or recommendations most in keeping with the interests of the Internet users.

1 day

Third-party

Antvoice

av-mid

Makes it possible to show adverts or recommendations most in keeping with the interests of the Internet users.

1 year

Third-party

Antvoice

av-sess-id-XXX

Makes it possible to show adverts or recommendations most in keeping with the interests of the Internet users.

Visit

Third-party

Antvoice

av-tp-id-set-YYY

Makes it possible to show adverts or recommendations most in keeping with the interests of the Internet users.

1 year

Third-party

2.5 Sharing cookies (social networks)

The Sites may include third-party software applications which make it possible for the User to share Site content with other people or tell other people about sites they have visited or their opinions on the content of the Sites. This is particularly the case of the “Share” and “Like” buttons on social networks such as “Facebook”, “Twitter” etc.

The social network providing this type of application button may identify the User via this button, even if this button was not used when viewing the Sites. This is because this type of application button can allow the social network in question to track the User's browsing history on the Sites simply because the social network in question was active on their terminal (open session) while browsing the Sites.

The Publisher does not control the process used by social networks to collect information on the User’s browsing history, and the information linked to the personal data which they hold. The User should check the privacy policies of these social networks to find out what use is made, including advertising, of the browsing information they may collect via these application buttons. These privacy policies must make it possible for the User to make choices on these social networks, in particular by configuring their user accounts on each of these networks.

Cookies used on the Sites:

Editeur Nom du cookie Finalité Durée de vie Type de cookie

Publisher

Name of cookie

Purpose

Duration

Type of cookie

AddThis

_atuvc

This cookie is used by the social widget AddThis which enables Internet users to share content across multiple platforms (Facebook, Twitter etc.)

Visit

Third-party

2.6 What is the basis for collecting cookies?

The storing of cookies on the User's terminal essentially depends on the User’s preferences which they may express and amend at any time and free of charge through the options made available to them by their browser software, as described in Article III below.

If the User has accepted the storing of cookies in their terminal’s browser, the cookies inserted into the pages and content of the Sites they have visited may be stored temporarily in a dedicated area of their terminal. They will be read only by their issuer.

If the User rejects the storing of all cookies on their terminal, or if they delete any cookies stored there which are required for the functioning of the Sites, they will not be able to use the Sites in the normal manner and in particular will not be able to use certain functionalities of the Sites, due to the absence of the cookies required for the operation of the Sites.

If the User only rejects the storing of third-party cookies on their terminal, or if they delete those which are already stored there, they will be able to use the Sites normally as these third-party cookies have no impact on the operation of the Sites.

The Publisher accepts no responsibility for any consequences related to the downgrading of the Services of the Sites resulting from the impossibility of storing or viewing cookies required for their operation which the User has rejected or deleted.

III – Managing cookies

Several possibilities are available to the User to manage cookies.

3.1 By configuring the browser software

The User may choose at any time to express and amend their cookie preferences by the means described below.

The User can control the cookies using their browser configuration. Most browsers are configured by default to accept the placing of cookies and the User has the option, if they so wish, of choosing to accept all cookies, or rejecting them systematically or choosing the ones they want to accept depending on the issuer. The User can also configure their browser to accept or reject cookies on a case-by-case basis before they are placed. The User can also regularly delete cookies from their terminal using their browser.

To manage cookies and User preferences, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the browser’s help menu which will tell the User how to change their cookie preferences. T

he User can find information for the most popular browsers using the links below:

For Internet Explorer™: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies

For Safari™: https://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/fr-ww/cookies/

For Chrome™: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=fr

For Firefox™: https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/autoriser-bloquer-cookies-preferences-sites?redirectlocale=fr&redirectslug=activer-desactiver-cookies

For Opera™: https://help.opera.com/en/latest/security-and-privacy/#tracking

The use of cookies or similar technologies by any third-party website providing advertising content is subject to their own privacy policy on cookies.

The French Data Protection Authority (CNIL or Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés) offers the free download of a cookie management software on its website: go to https://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/ for more information.

3.2 Visiting partner sites

Adobe Analytics (Analysis): https://www.adobe.com/fr/privacy/cookies.html

AB Tasty (Analysis): https://support.abtasty.com/hc/fr/articles/218855298-Quels-cookies-sont-pos%C3%A9s-par-AB-Tasty-

AddThis: https://www.oracle.com/legal/privacy/privacy-policy.html and https://www.addthis.com/privacy/opt-Out

Appnexus (Advertising): https://www.appnexus.com/fr/cookie-policy

Gamned (Advertising): https://www.gamned.com/fr/vie-privee/

Tradelab (Advertising): http://tradelab.com/vie-privee-2/

Google Analytics (Analysis): https://policies.google.com/technologies/types?hl=fr

Google Doubleclick (Advertising): https://support.google.com/ads/answer/7395996?hl=fr

Google AdSense (Advertising): https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=fr

Leadplace (Advertising): https://www.temelio.com/vie-privee

Bing (Advertising): https://privacy.microsoft.com/fr-fr/privacystatement/

Facebook (Advertising): https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/

Postaffiliatepro (Advertising): https://www.postaffiliatepro.com/privacy-cookies-policy/

Antvoice (Advertising): https://www.antvoice.com/en/privacypolicy/

Bidswitch (Advertising): https://www.bidswitch.com/cookie-statement/

3.2 En se rendant sur les sites des partenaires

For full details of how and when we process your personal information and uphold data privacy, please click to view our Privacy Policy.