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WHAT ARE COOKIES?

A “cookie” is a small text file containing information that we and our service providers store on the device you use to browse our website, such as your computer, smartphone or tablet. Cookies are only used for technical reasons and to facilitate your use of a website. Some cookies are stored only for the period during which you internet browser remains active (session cookies) and others for a longer predetermined period of time (persistent cookies). Session cookies are sent between your computer and the server to collect information. They are not saved once you close your web browser. Persistent cookies can thereafter be used to customise this website based on the user’s choices and interests.

We explain below how you can delete, block or disable cookies through you internet browser settings but note that all some features of our website and the services we propose may then not work correctly (or simply require that you input information previously provided when visiting our website again).


WHY DO WE USE COOKIES

We use cookies to keep information about your navigation on our website which helps us to improve your browsing experience and our communication with you. Some cookies are important for the proper functioning of our website and services.
Cookies allow us to collect information for different purposes. 
For example, we collect information on the type of device you use, its operating system and the internet browser you use so that we can adapt our content to display correctly. We collect information to remember your preferences and about your communication with us. We also collect information to improve our communication with you, such as how you landed on our website, the pages you are visiting and the links you click.


WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE?

Technology evolves rapidly. We will update our cookie policy from time to time to reflect those changes but sometimes it may not be as relevant as we would hope. As at the date of this cookie policy, we use the following types of cookies.

Name: _ga (persistent – 13 months)
Category: statistics
Type: HTTP
Purpose: unique ID to generate statistical data on how you use the website

Name: _gat (persistent – 1 minute)
Category: statistics
Type: HTTP
Purpose: used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate

Name: _gid (persistent – 24 hours)
Category: statistics
Type: HTTP
Purpose: unique ID to generate statistical data on how you use the website


WHAT ARE THIRD-PARTY COOKIES AND HOW ARE THEY USED?

We use the third-party cookies as above-described under (c) and (e) to collect analytics and statistics with a view to improving our website and services. We have opted for the anonymisation of the IP address of the users of this website. Therefore, these cookies do not collect identification information relating to you but allow us to use your anonymous connection data for statistical purposes related to the pages visited.

More information about Google Analytics and opt-out options: https://supportgoogle.com/analytics/answer/6004245

DUPONT PARTNERS has no control over these cookies, how they are used and how they use the information that is collected and is not responsible for their use on your terminal device.


COOKIES POP-UP 

When you access this website, you are informed via a pop-up banner of the storage and use of cookies on your terminal device. The banner will remain visible as long as you have not clicked “I accept” or “More Information”. Once you have clicked “understand” or “More Information” you will not see the pop-up banner again when accessing this website with the same internet browser of your terminal device, unless those cookies have expired or have been deleted from your device.
HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES
At any time, you can delete, block or disable first or third-party cookies through your browser settings. DUPONT PARTNERS shall not be responsible for the malfunction or disruption of this website due to the rejection or deletion of cookies necessary for its proper functioning.

Depending on the internet browser you are using, you can delete selected cookies or all at once. Through your internet browser setting, you can block all or certain types of cookies, from certain or all websites. 
Previously stored cookies can be deleted through the web browser, we refer you to the support pages for most commonly used browsers as well as a link to delete flash-cookies here:

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