About cookies

How we use cookies ?

A cookie is a small file made up of letters and numbers that is placed on your computer when you visit a website. Arep uses cookies on this website (http://backoffice.arep.fr/) to distinguish between different visitors, improve navigation for visitors and learn how the website is used so we can run reports and identify ways to make improvements. We do not use cookies to collect personally identifiable information.

2.The cookies we are using

Here is a list of the cookies that we use on arep.fr and a description of their intended purpose:

- Hide cookies notification This cookie is used to show a banner explaining our cookie policy. If you click 'close' on the message, this cookie is set to ‘True' so that the banner does not display again on that visit or on subsequent visits.
- Google Analytics We use Google Analytics to assess which pages are the most popular and identify trends in usage to inform future development and improvements. Google Analytics uses anonymous cookies to log the IP addresses of visitors and generate reports. No personal information is collected in the process. You can opt out of having your visit anonymously tracked by Google by registering with Google's opt-out programme. You can unsubscribe from it on this link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr

- Navigation To help make navigating our website faster, arep.fr uses a ‘session ID’ cookie to track when you enter and exit the website and remember which pages you have visited. This cookie is only used for the duration of your visit. We do not store it.

- Languages To assist navigating in different languages arep.fr uses a cookie to set and check the required language for each page, when you change language the cookie is written. This cookie is only used for the duration of your visit. We do not store it. When you close your web browser, the cookie expires.

3. Managing and removing cookies

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