This policy applies to cookies placed on the website, mobile website and mobile apps published by Cromology such as, for example,


A cookie is a text file stored by your browser in a dedicated space of the hard drive of your terminal when visiting a website. It enables its issuer to identify the terminal on which it is stored, for the duration of its validity, and to remember in particular certain information relating to your path, so as to simplify your browsing on websites or offer you content appropriate to your areas of interest.


Cromology uses cookies to provide you with an optimum user experience adapted to your personal preferences. Cromology’s use of cookies avoids you having to reenter the same information each time you visit our website. Cookies are also used to optimise the performance of our website, mobile site and mobile apps. For example, they facilitate your browsing and help you to find specific content faster.


Technical and browsing cookies

These cookies are placed throughout our website, mobile site and mobile apps. They facilitate your browsing between the pages of our website and apps, and they are also necessary to enable you to benefit from certain features of our site and/or services (unsolicited applications, identification, etc.) and they expire automatically once you close your browser. If you have chosen to disable these cookies through your web browser, access to our services could then be altered. You are therefore advised to leave them turned on so as to take full advantage of our services and of your browsing experience on our website and apps.

Cookies to record site traffic and track browsing habits

These cookies are placed throughout our website, mobile site and mobile apps. They are used to collect anonymous statistical data on visitors to our website and apps in order to improve their ergonomics. You can disable them from the heading “ACCEPT OR REFUSE COOKIES” below.

Social network sharing button cookies

These cookies may be placed on your terminal by social network sites. They enable the content of our services to be shared.

We are not able to control these cookies and the data collected by the social networks. For additional information on these cookies, kindly consult the privacy policies particular to each of these social network sites.

The data collected via these cookies are used by Cromology, its advertising management and third parties, depending on their purpose.


Targeted cookies for recording traffic which are placed directly or indirectly by Cromology are valid for a maximum period of 1 month. Your consent will again be requested at the end of this period, when the information banner will appear.


There are different ways of managing cookies.


You may at any time choose to disable these cookies. Your browser can also be set to notify you of the cookies that are placed on your computer and ask you whether or not to accept them. You can accept or refuse the cookies on a casebycase basis or else systematically refuse them once and for all.

You are reminded that the setting may alter your conditions of access to our services that require the use of cookies.

If your browser is configured to refuse all cookies, you will not be able to benefit from the essential features of our website. To manage cookies as closely as possible to your expectations, kindly configure your browser settings, taking into account the purpose of the cookies as indicated above.

Here is how to control or prevent the storage of cookies:

Each browser’s setting is different. It is described in your browser’s Help menu, which will show you how to change the way you deal with cookies according to your wishes.

You can disable cookies as follows:

1/ If you use Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button and then on Internet Options.
On the General tab, under Browsing history, click on Settings.
Click on the “View files”.
Click on the header of the Name column to sort all the files into alphabetical order, then scroll through the list to the files starting with the “Cookie” prefix (all cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website which created the cookie).
Select the cookie(s) with the “cromology” name and delete it/them.
Close the window containing the list of the files and then double click on OK to return to Internet Explorer.

2/ If you use Firefox

Go to the browser’s “Tools” tab and then select the “Options” menu.
In the window that opens, choose “Privacy” and click on “View cookies”.
Identify the files that contain the name “cromology”. Select them and delete them.

3/ If you use Safari

In your browser, choose the Edit and Preferences menu.
Click on Security.
Click on Display cookies.
Select the cookies that contain the “cromology” name and click on Delete or on Delete all.
After deleting the cookies, click on Finish.

4/ If you use Google Chrome

Click on the icon of the Tools menu.
Select Options.
Click on the Advanced options tab and go to the “Privacy” section.
Click on the Display cookies button.
Identify the files that contain the name “cromology”. Select them and delete them.
Click on “Close” to return to your browser.