About the Association's cookies
This "COOKIES" section allows you to learn more about the origin and use of the navigation information processed during your consultation of our site and about your rights. This section is therefore important for you, who wish to have a positive and confident experience of our Services, and for Us, who wish to answer your questions about your visit to our site accurately and completely and to take account of your wishes.
Thus, when you visit our site, information relating to the browsing of your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) on our site may be recorded in the "Cookies" files of your browser and therefore on your connection terminal.
In addition, we may purchase advertising space directly or through our service providers (communication agencies, advertising agencies) in order to promote our activities and offers on third-party sites/applications, by means of advertising content (text, graphics, animations, videos, etc.) disseminated by these sites/applications.
Only the sender of a cookie can read or modify the information contained in it.
We use various cookies on the site to improve the interactivity of the site with your expectations and our services.
2. What is a "cookie"?
A "cookie" is a file of limited size, usually consisting of letters and numbers, which is placed on our terminal.
There are several categories of cookies and there are 3 main types:
- Internal cookies necessary for the site to function
- These cookies allow the site to function optimally, e.g. saving your choices, remembering your preferences, etc. You can prevent the deposit of these cookies or delete them by using your browser settings, however your user experience may be degraded.
- Audience measurement cookies
In order to adapt the site to visitors' demands, the Association measures the number of visits, the number of pages viewed as well as the activity of visitors on the site and the frequency of their return. This is done to establish statistics in order to adapt the site to visitors' expectations.
Third party cookies to improve the interactivity of the site.
The Association's website may rely on certain services offered by third-party websites. These include sharing buttons (Twitter, Facebook, etc.).
These features use third-party cookies that will be deposited directly by the third-party sites on your terminal.
3. The cookie banner
On your first visit to the www.action-education.org website, a banner informs you of the use of the cookie technique. This banner invites you to express your choices by configuring your browser to limit cookies or by continuing your navigation to accept them. You can change your settings at any time to accept or reject cookies. Continuing to browse without changing your browser settings means that you accept the cookie.
4. How long cookies are kept
The retention period of a cookie deposited on your browser is 13 months from the date of its deposit. At the end of the 13 months, the cookie is deleted and the cookie banner will be presented again for you to accept or reject the cookies. You will accept again by continuing your navigation or by refusing the cookie by configuring your browser.
Cookies issued by the Association on the Association's website.
When you log on to our site, subject to your browser preferences and settings, we may place "technical" cookies on your terminal in order to recognise your terminal's browser for the duration of the cookie's validity.
These cookies will allow us to :
- To establish statistics and volumes of frequentation and use of the various elements composing our site (sections and contents visited, path) in order to improve it;
- To adapt the presentation of our site to the display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visits to our Site;
- To store information relating to a form you have filled in on our site (registration or access to your account) or to products, services or information you have chosen on our site (service and basket);
- To allow you to access reserved and personal areas of our site, such as your account, thanks to identifiers;
- Implementing security measures, for example when you are asked to log in again to a content or service after a certain period of time.
Cookies issued by third parties on the Association's website.
We make areas of our site available to third parties who may post content that may contain third-party cookies.
These cookies will allow the third party that deposits them and during the validity period of these cookies to :
- Count the number of times their content is displayed on our advertising spaces;
- Identify the advertisements displayed, the number of users who clicked on each advertisement, enabling them to calculate the amounts due as a result and to establish statistics;
- To recognise the terminal during subsequent navigation on any other site or service on which these advertisers or third parties also issue cookies and, if necessary, to adapt these third-party sites and services or the advertisements they display.
The Association's cookies deposited on third party sites.
When you access a site/application containing content from the Association, this content will contain a cookie which may or may not be stored in your terminal for the duration of the validity of the cookie concerned, depending on your browser settings.
These cookies will allow us to:
- To monitor the number of views and activations of advertising content that we display on third party sites/applications;
- Identify the content and sites involved and the number of visitors who clicked on each content;
- Calculate the amounts due to the broadcasters (advertising agency, advertising sales house, broadcasting site/media) and draw up statistics;
- To adapt the presentation of the site to which one of our advertising contents leads (for example to the language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.);
- To track your subsequent browsing of websites/applications or other advertising content for which we operate cookies.
6. Managing your cookies
Your choices regarding cookies :
You can manage your cookies from your browser options. The cookie settings will affect your browsing experience. You can change your choices at any time.
The Cookie Agreement :
Action Education participates in and complies with all the IAB Europe Transparency & Consent Framework Specifications and Policies. It uses the Consent Management Platform n°92.
You can change your choices at any time by click here.
Acceptance of cookies is expressed by setting the terminal's browser software. The settings can be changed at any time. If you have accepted the recording of cookies in your Terminal, the cookies integrated into the pages and content that you have consulted may be stored temporarily in a dedicated space in your Terminal. They will only be readable by their sender.
Refusal of Cookies :
If you refuse to accept the cookies we issue, or if you delete the ones we have stored, some of the site's features may be disabled. You can change your settings at any time.
If you refuse to accept cookies, it will no longer be possible to track your browsing and adapt the content presented to your interests. The advertisements you receive will not be personalised to your expectations.
7. How to set up your browser?
The acceptance or refusal of cookies can be set from the browser.
Each browser has its own specificities.
Thus for :
- Chrome : Click on the icon in the top right-hand menu bar and select "Settings",
Show advanced settings,
On the 'Privacy' tab, choose 'Content settings',
To delete your cookies, click on the Delete button.
- Firefox Click on the "Menu" icon in the menu bar,
Click on the 'Tools' tab on the right hand side of the menu bar and go to 'Options',
Go to the "Privacy" tab,
Then the sub-heading History Retention Rules. Click on the icon and choose Use custom settings for history.
- Internet Explorer : Click on the "Tools" menu icon in the menu bar and open the "Cookie Management" interface,
Go to the "Privacy" tab and position the cursor,
To remove this information, click on the "Security" option,
Under the heading 'Tracking' choose 'Keep data from favourite websites' or 'Cookies and website data' and make your choice.
Third party cookies :
Third-party cookies are not usually necessary to take advantage of the resources available on the Internet, so you can limit your traces by setting your browser.
In Chrome :
Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings (located at the bottom of the page),
Then click on the "Content settings" button, check the "Block cookies and data from third party sites" box and click on "OK" to confirm your choice.
In Firefox :
Menu > Options > Privacy tab,
Set the "Retention Rules" menu to "Use custom settings for history",
Finally, uncheck the "Accept third-party cookies" box,
In Internet Explorer :
Menu > Internet Options > "Privacy" tab and the Advanced button to bring up the "Advanced Privacy Settings" window,
Then check the 'Override automatic cookie handling' box and select 'Decline' in the 'Third party cookies' column.
Preventing trackers from being installed :
There are many browser extensions that allow you to block the various trackers.
Blocking social networks
If you do not wish to share the site you are visiting, you can block social network buttons such as Facebook, Twitter, using a free software extension: Privacy badger.
8. If you share your terminal with other people
The contents addressed using the cookie technique refer to the terminal and not to the person for whom the cookie was issued. Therefore, these contents are not different from one user to another on the same terminal.