Cookie management

1. Cookie policy

General information

When you visit the website, information concerning Your browsing may be saved in «cookie» files installed in your Computer.

A cookie is a file that is installed on Your Computer by the server of the internet website visited, which records information concerning browsing on an Internet website. Data that has been collected in this way is used to make browsing easier on the internet website in question, and is also used to enable various visiting measures.

These cookies are posted while you browse our Website, either by us directly or by some of our commercial Partners (see cookie settings in point 2: «Changing your cookie preferences»).

Only the sender of a cookie can read or change the information contained in it.

These cookies are not malware applications. Nor do they enable you to be identified by name. They save information concerning your browsing (pages consulted, date and time of the consultation, IP address, etc.). How long cookies can be kept on your computer depends on the requirements, ranging from immediate expiry once you close your browser to the legal limit of 13 months.

The cookies posted by the Website tools are explained in detail in the table below:

Use of cookies

We need to be sure that you accept the use of cookies while browsing the website.
You can make your choice either by closing the cookies alert banner that appears on the first page of your visit, or by continuing your browsing after these alerts. We memorise your choice for 13 months.


We are committed to guaranteeing you the best possible experience on our website.
For the technical follow-up and management of your browsing session, a visitor user name is given to you and sent to your computer. It is used by computer servers to provide you with an optimal visit to the websites. The cookie used expires once your browser is closed.

Vidéo content

We use video content to illustrate our content.
YouTube is a service belonging to the company Google. Our pages use the YouTube video player to play our videos. This player communicates with the YouTube servers, which save the pages that you have visited. If you are connected to YouTube, your browsing information is linked to your personal profile. You can avoid this by disconnecting from your YouTube account beforehand.
We have no control over the process used by Google. We suggest that you consult Google’s privacy protection policy in order to find out more about the end use (in particular with regard to advertising) of browsing information that Google may collect when you use the YouTube player.

Content sharing

We provide you with the possibility of sharing our content with your family and friends.
On some of our website pages, such as the news page for example, CEVM has share buttons for Facebook, Twitter… When sharing on social networks, no personal data is exchanged between CEVM and the social networks. Your connection information remains strictly confidential and is unknown to CEVM.
We have no control over the process used by the social networks for collecting information concerning your browsing on our website and for linking this  data with the personal information that they possess. Please consult the privacy protection policies of these social networks in order to find out more about the end use (in particular with regard to advertising) of browsing information that they may collect when you share pages. These protection policies must enable you particularly to make your choices with these social networks, especially by using your user account settings in each one of these networks.

2. Changing your cookie preferences

Saving a cookie is subjected to your authorisation. You therefore have the possibility of configuring your browser so as to enable you to totally or partially object (especially depending on the sender) to saving cookies.  The configuration also provides you with the possibility of accepting or refusing cookies occasionally, before they are saved on your device.
Therefore, bearing in mind the objectives of cookies as explained previously, any settings aimed at refusing the saving of cookies will be liable to change your browsing and/or functionalities and service and conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of cookies.
You also have the possibility of installing a third-party application («extension» or «complementary module») on your browser, enabling you to block cookies that monitor your browsing for advertising purposes.

Changing your preferences in your browser settings

You can change your preferences in terms of cookies according to the procedures of the main browsers listed below.

Google Chrome
Click on the menu then on «Settings» and display the advanced settings. In the «Confidentiality and security» section, click on «Content settings» and under «Cookies», select the setting required.
Visit the Google Chrome help section to find out more.

Mozilla Firefox
Open the « Tools » menu and then «Options». Click on the «Privacy and security» icon. In the «Site cookies and data» section, activate the cookies according to your preferences, or disactivate them.
Visit the Firefox Support section to find out more.

Microsoft Edge
Click on «More» and select «Settings», then choose «Display advanced settings». In «Confidentiality and services > cookies», you can block the cookies.
Visit the Microsoft website dedicated to confidentiality to find out more.

Open the «Preferences > Advanced > Cookies» menu, then set your preferences.
Visit the Opera page concerning cookies to find out more.

Go to the «Preferences» menu, click on « Confidentiality » and then choose your preferences.
Visit the help page for cookies management with Safari.

Installing an extension for blocking cookies

Your browser enables you to install extensions for blocking cookies that follow your browsing on websites, by preventing them from being downloaded.
AdBlock and Ghostery are among the most frequently used extensions. To download and install AdBlock, cliquez ici. To download and install Ghostery, cliquez ici.