1. What is a cookie?


When you visit our Website, cookies, pixels and other traceability solutions (hereafter referred to collectively as “Cookies”) are stored in your browser.


A Cookie is a small file, often encrypted, stored in your browser or on your device and identified by a name. It is placed there when you visit a website or use an application. Whenever you return to the website or the application in question, the Cookie is consulted on your browser or your device. In this way, your browser is recognised whenever you visit the website or use the application.


The storage of such Cookies may enable us to access your browsing data and/or personal data about you.




  1. Identification of Cookies


Technical and functional cookies


Technical and functional Cookies are necessary for the satisfactory operation of the Website and to enable us to provide you with our services. They are used throughout your browsing experience to facilitate and implement certain functions.


As an example, a technical cookie can be used to store the answers you entered in a form or your preferences concerning the Website’s language and layout when such options are available.




Advertising cookies


Advertising Cookies can be created not only by our Website but also by other websites and applications displaying advertising, widgets or other content on the displayed page.


Among other things, these Cookies can be used to personalise and measure the effectiveness of the advertising, or carry out targeted advertising.




Content personalisation Cookies


Content personalisation Cookies enable us to offer content which is more likely to match your interests as indicated by your browsing profile. Your browsing profile is derived from the content you have already viewed.




Social networking Cookies


Social networking Cookies enable you to share content from our Website on social networks and, through these networks, to let people know your opinion or share the fact that you have used our services, including by clicking on the “ Like” “ and “Share” links.


These Cookies can also make it possible to track users’ navigation across the Website.


We invite you to consult the privacy policies of the social networks from which these Cookies originate, to familiarise yourself with the purposes for which the browsing information potentially collected by these Cookies is used, and how you may exercise your rights vis-à-vis these social networks.




Analytical cookies


These Cookies enable us to measure the number of visits, the number of page views and the users’ activity. Where applicable, they can collect your IP address to determine the town or city from which you are connecting. Analytical Cookies enable us to generate web traffic and browsing statistics for our Website to improve our performance. The Cookies used also make it possible to identify browsing problems and ultimately to resolve them.


We may use advertising, content personalisation, social networking or analytical Cookies. You will be informed of this during your first visit to the Website using these Cookies. You will be asked to accept or refuse them in accordance with the terms described below.



  1. What kind of cookies does Novatools use?


We use two kinds of functional and technical cookies on our website.


The first type is a permanent cookie, which remains on your computer for a predetermined period of time and has an expiry date. This type of cookie is used, for example, with functions which show you what’s new since your last visit to the Website, or to record your personal settings. When the expiry date is up, this type of cookie will be deleted the moment you return to the Website which created it.


The second type of cookie is a session cookie, which is temporarily recorded in the computer’s memory for the duration of your visit to our Website. These cookies are used to store your chosen language for example. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser. We also use so-called third-party cookies from other companies.


We may use advertising, content personalisation, social networking or analytical Cookies. You will be informed of this during your first visit to the Website using these Cookies. You will be asked to accept or refuse them in accordance with the terms described below.




  1. Your preferences regarding Cookies


Cookies which can be placed on your device without consent


Some Cookies do not require your consent. This is the case with:


– Technical and functional Cookies which are necessary for the Website’s operation;


– Certain analytical Cookies or Cookies which make it possible to test different versions of the Website for the purpose of optimising editorial choices.



Acceptance or refusal of Cookies subject to your express consent


All other Cookies require your consent. These include advertising, social networking, and content personalisation Cookies and certain analytical Cookies. You are free to choose whether to accept or refuse the use of these Cookies.


You can accept or refuse these Cookies the first time you browse the Website.


Your decisions to accept or refuse Cookies will be stored for a period of six (6) months.


You are free to withdraw your consent and more generally to modify your preferences at any time, via the following link.




Configuring your browser


It’s also possible to configure your browser to accept or refuse certain Cookies.


Each browser has different configuration methods.


If your browser offers a so-called private browsing mode, you can activate this to automatically delete all cookies whenever you close your browser.


You can also manually delete cookies from your hard drive at any time.


For further information on how to allow or block cookies, please consult the help section of your browser and or

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