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Cookie Policy

When you visit an OpenEdition website, information may be stored in cookies saved in your browser. This page describes the principles and details of the cookies that may be stored, and explains how you can accept or reject those that are not essential to the operation and management of the site.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file containing small amounts of information (e.g., an identifier, a choice of language, the name of the server, and possibly an expiration date). It may be stored temporarily on your computer’s hard drive.

A cookie can either be a session cookie or a permanent (or persistent) cookie.

A session cookie persists only during the browsing session and is deleted when the browser is closed. A permanent cookie is stored for a given period of time. This type of cookie remains in the terminal until it expires or until it is deleted from the computer via the browser settings or extensions.

The cookie does not identify you personally, only the browser of your terminal. Some cookies require your consent before being installed on your terminal.

What are cookies used for?

Required cookies

These are cookies exclusively deposited by the site editor. They are essential for browsing the site. These cookies cannot be deactivated or configured, otherwise you will no longer be able to access the site, the site’s services and/or alter its display. They allow you to use the main features of the site and to secure your connection. The deposit of these cookies does not require your consent. Their lifetime generally does not exceed the session duration.

 

Functional cookies

These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site. The deposit of these cookies does not require your prior consent. These cookies allow:

  • To produce anonymous statistics on the number of visitors accessing and using the site in order to help the editor manage and improve said site.

  • To adjust the presentation of the site to the display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visits, according to the hardware and software used by your terminal.

 

Matomo 

OpenEdition sites use the Matomo traffic analysis tool. This service is configured as follows: 

 

Functional cookies set by the OpenEdition platforms:

 

  • Name: tarteaucitron
    Service: Information and management of the user’s consent for cookies
    Purpose: Store the user’s consent to accept cookies
    Duration: 12 months
    Platforms: OpenEdition BooksOpenEdition JournalsCalenda

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    Service: Information and management of the user’s consent for cookies
    Purpose: Store user’s consent to accept cookies
    Duration: 12 months
    Platforms: Hypotheses

Third-party cookies

OpenEdition Books

The OpenEdition Books platform uses a number of third-party services which deposit cookies that OpenEdition does not control. These services are disabled by default and are only activated after the reader has accepted the cookies.

  • Service: Uservoice
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    Description: Allows collection of user’s feedback. Privacy policy

  • Service: Recaptcha
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    Description: Prevents the use of the forms used for “Suggest acquisition to your library” by robots (spam). Privacy policy

  • Service : Hypothes.is
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    Description: Hypothes.is is an annotation service used on some books published on OpenEdition Books. It uses Google analytics for its usage statistics. Privacy policy

  • Service: Inclusion of external content
    Some OpenEdition Books sites include content hosted on other platforms (YouTube, Dailymotion, etc.) that may deposit cookies.
     

OpenEdition Journals

Some OpenEdition Journals sites include content hosted on other platforms (YouTube, Dailymotion, etc.) that may deposit cookies. These services are disabled by default and are only enabled after the reader has accepted cookies.
 

Hypotheses

Some Hypotheses blogs may include third party services, in particular:

  • Content hosted on other platforms (YouTube, Dailymotion, etc.) that may deposit cookies.

  • Social networks services that allow you to share content of the site with other people or to let these other people know your consultation or your opinion about some content of our site.

The cookies placed by these third parties may store the pages and websites you have visited and may collect personal data such as IP address and share it with third parties. These cookies allow advertising companies to present you with targeted and personalized ads.

By default, these services are deactivated. They are activated only after acceptance of the Marketing Cookies. 

 

How to manage cookies set by OpenEdition platforms?

  • Accept or reject unnecessary or non-functional cookies by using the “Cookies” button available at the bottom of your browser window.

DISCLAIMER (9/16/2021): The implementation of consent management tools for the deposit of cookies is in progress. The functionality will be available in the coming weeks.

  • Control cookies using your browser settings. Most of these cookies can be disabled by setting your browser to only accept cookies from the sites you visit in your browser preferences (refuse “third party sites”, check the “Do not track me” box on most browsers).

 

How to configure browsers?

In order to manage cookies in the way you want, we invite you to configure your browser according to the purpose of the cookies:

  • The web browser can be set to warn you before a cookie is set.

  • The browser can also be set to refuse all types of cookies or only third-party cookies.

  • Any cookie already on the computer can be deleted.

  • Each browser must be set up separately to refuse cookies.

 

Disable/Delete Cookies on your browser

Caution: Blocking required or functional cookies may disturb your browsing and restrict the services offered.

Manage advertising cookies from certain advertisers on two professional platforms and at Google

Disable social networks cookies

 

Setting up your smartphone

 

How do I activate the “Do not track” option?

 

You can also consult the CNIL website to learn how to set up your browser to control the deposit of cookies on your terminal.

https://www.cnil.fr/fr/les-conseils-de-la-cnil-pour-maitriser-votre-navigateur (in French)

 

Contact us

If you have any questions about the cookie management policy, you can contact OpenEdition by email at privacy(-at-)openedition.org or the Data Protection Officer: dpd.demandes(-at-)cnrs.fr