Privacy Policy

When you view our website, information relating to your browsing on the site (on your PC, tablet, mobile phone, etc.) may be saved in “Cookies” stored on your device. This depends on the cookie settings you have selected in your web browser.

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a text file which the web server stores on your computer when you visit a website or view an advertisement. Cookies are designed to collect information about your browsing. Some cookies are vital for the operation of the site, others are used for optimising and personalising the content displayed.

Different types of cookies

ABRISUD cookies
These are cookies placed on your PC, tablet or mobile phone by Abrisud to enable you to move around the site and use its features and to enable us to optimise and personalise services on our site.

Analytical cookies,
to follow the browsing habits of users. These cookies are used to analyse your browsing, your favourite pages, and on what page you leave the website. This allows us to adapt our website in line with your preferences so as to provide you with more pertinent content.

 

Advertising cookies
Advertising cookies, which we or third party service providers we use, may place on your browser remember that you consulted a website and use this information to provide you with adverts adapted to what interests you. This consists of grouping together common interests in line with the web browsing history. This may be used so as the adverts from websites be more personalised. Although advertising cookies related to behaviour may follow your web browsing activities, they cannot personally identify you. Without these cookies, the online adverts you see would be less well adapted to you and your interests. Other advertising cookies will count your visits in line with which advert you visited from (emailing, banner, etc.) so as to feed this information to advertising suppliers about how many people visited our website thanks to them.

 

Third party cookies
These cookies allow you to share content from our website on social networks. This is notably the case for the “share”, “recommend”, “tweet”, etc. buttons from social networking sites such as “Facebook”, “Twitter”, “Linkedin”, “Viadeo”, “Google+”.

 

To enable cookies in your web browser 

Most web browsers allow you to manage cookies on your device.
Your browser can be configured to notify you as soon as a cookie is stored on your computer and allow you to decide whether to accept it or not. You can accept or refuse cookies individually or refuse them automatically.
 

To disable cookies, follow the following instructions:

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 button.

Firefox
Go to the browser’s Tools tab and then select the Options menu
In the window which pops up, choose Privacy and click on View cookies

Safari
In your browser, click the EDIT menu > Preferences.
Click on Security.
Click on View cookies.

Google Chrome
Click on the Tools menu icon.
Select Options.
Click on the Advanced options tab and scroll down to the Privacy section.
Click on the View cookies button.