During the consultation of our site www.DOMINOSIGN.NET, cookies files are deposited on your computer, your mobile or your tablet.
A) WHAT ARE COOKIES USED FOR?
A cookie is a file saved by your browser software on the hard disk of your device (PC, tablet, smartphone) when you consult a website. A cookie file enables the server to identify the device (PC, tablet, smartphone) in which it is stored, during the period of validity or registration of the cookie.
B) WHICH COOKIES ARE USED ON THE WEBSITE?
Three types of cookie files are used on the www.DOMINOSIGN.NET site:
Cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the site and mainly :
- Session cookies strictly necessary for the technical identification of the connection. These cookies are only kept for the duration of your connection to the site.
- Cookies for shopping cart management.
- Analytical" cookies intended to analyse the traffic on the site (example: most consulted pages, search engine queries, etc.).
As a user, you can decide at any time whether or not to accept cookies on your terminal (PC, tablet, Smartphone).
If you have accepted in your browser software (e.g. Microsoft Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari ...) the recording of cookies on your device, the cookies deposited by the pages and content that you have consulted will be stored temporarily in a dedicated area of your device.
If you refuse to save cookies on your device, or if you delete the cookies saved on your device, you will no longer be able to benefit from certain features of our site.
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However, you can choose to block cookies or have your browser notify you when a site tries to implement a cookie on your device.
To change your browser's cookie handling, you must change the settings on the Privacy tab.
Each browser has different settings for managing cookies and your choices. It is described in your browser's help menu, which will tell you how to change your cookie preferences:
For Internet Explorer
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To learn more about cookie files, you can consult the CNIL website.