Cookie policy

1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file sent by the server of the website you visit and which is registered on the hard disk of your computer or your mobile device. The cookie contains a unique code to recognize your browser when you visit the website or in future repeat visits. Cookies may be placed by the server of the web site you visit or by one of its partners. The server can only read cookies that it wrote itself; it has no access to other information from your computer or from your mobile device.

The contents of a cookie is generally composed of the name of the server that placed the cookie, an expiry date and a unique encrypted code.

The information collected and stored inside a cookie is deleted when it is no longer needed for the intended purpose.

Cookies generally provide easier and faster interaction between the visitor and the website (eg a cookie retains the language of the user). Indeed, cookies store your preferences, allowing you to speed up subsequent access to the site and to facilitate your visit.

In addition, cookies help you navigate between the different parts of the website. Cookies may also be used to make the content of a website or advertisement shown on this site, most relevant to the visitor and adapt the website to personal tastes and needs of the visitor.

2. Your consent

The use of cookies requires your prior and explicit consent. You can always change your mind and refuse cookies and / or deleted at any time by modifying your browser settings.

The warning message on the homepage allows you to express your consent to our cookies policy. By refusing consent, you can still access the public areas of the site, but some functions will be restricted or impossible as shown below.

3. The different types of cookies

3.1. Cookies required for navigating our sites

Cookies are required to visit to our web sites and the use of certain of its pages. These cookies contain no personal data other than your IP address required for using the internet.

They can:

  • Navigate between the different sections within the website and to help you return to previous pages to complete the forms.
  • Verify your identity before granting access to your personal information if your own a personal account.
  • The browser settings allow you to control cookies, but if you refuse cookies, some sections of the website will not work as it should, if at all.

3.2. Functional cookies

These cookies are intended to facilitate and analyze the usage of our websites.

They include the ability to:

  • Personalize services by storing your preferences (language, currency, location, navigation data, etc.).
  • Remember the options you chose during your last site.
  • Collect the information from the online forms.
  • Compile statistics (eg the number of unique visitors).
  • Analyze site usage and popularity of our pages.

3.3. Third party cookies

Some cookies are placed via our website by third parties: Google, Vimeo, Wordfence and its partners.

They can:

  • Improve the content and operation of the site through the use of Google Analytics.
  • Count the number of views of our videos.
  • Protect our site against automated attacks (brute force, denial of service, etc.).

4. Privacy

When connecting to a site, besides the data contained in cookies (see point 3), certain data are automatically transmitted to the site by the browser you use. This data contains the TCP / IP address (a number that identifies a computer on the network), browser name, browser version, operating system and the last web page.

5. Managing cookies

Most internet browsers are automatically configured to accept cookies. However, you can configure your browser to accept or block cookies.

You can always delete cookies already saved on your computer or on your mobile device. Any settings that you can undertake is likely to modify your Internet browsing and your conditions of access to services requiring the use of cookies.

But we cannot guarantee you will access all the services of our website if you block cookies.

Refusing cookies from our websites (DreamWall / KeyWall) simply means that the services to which you will be subject on the website will not be based on your preferences.

In browser settings, you can refuse the installation of cookies. The steps to follow in order to enable or disable the cookies depends on your device and your web browser.

You can set your browser so that:

  • Cookies are stored on your device or on the contrary, are rejected, either systematically or by the issuer.
  • Acceptance or refusal of cookies you are offered promptly before a cookie is likely to be saved in your device.

5.1. Your consent about the cookies

Saving a cookie in a terminal is subject to prior consent of the user of the terminal, that it can express and modify at any time and free of charge through the choices available to him by his browser.

If you accepted in your browser cookies from being stored in your terminal, cookies embedded in the pages and contents have been read can be stored temporarily in a dedicated area of your device. They will be readable only by the issuer.

5.2. Blocking cookies

If you block certain types of cookies on your device, or if you delete existing cookies, you can not benefit from a number of features which are nevertheless necessary to navigate through certain areas of our site. Such would be the case if you were trying to access our content or services that require login.

If necessary, we assume no liability for the consequences related to impaired operation of our services due to the impossibility for us to record or view the cookies necessary for their operation and that you have refused or deleted.

If you want to deny commercial cookies (including Google), you can do so using the following website:

5.3. How to modify your settings?

Managing cookies differs for each browser. It is described in the help menu of your browser, allowing you to learn how to change your settings regarding cookies.

5.4. The “Flash”© cookies from “Adobe Flash Player”

Some pages may show videos using “Adobe Flash Player”. It requires cookies for storing settings and preferences. Flash cookies are stored on your computer but are not managed by your browser.

The Adobe website describes how to disable Adobe Flash cookies:

However disabling Flash cookies prevents some functions, including playback of video content.

To delete Flash cookies, use the control panel on the Adobe website:

5.5. Do not track

You can also configure your browser in order to emit a code expressing the fact that you do not wish to be tracked. (option « Do No Track »).

6. Enable the cookies on iOS

Enabling or Disabling cookies in Safari :

  1. In the « Settings » of your iPhone…
  2. Tap the Safari icon
  3. You can « allow » or « block » all the cookies
  4. Close the settings
  5. Re-start Safari in order to apply these changes

Enable or Disable cookies in Chrome :

  1. Open the Chrome app…
  2. In the top right menu choose « Settings »…
  3. Within « Advanced settings » tap on « Content settings »
  4. Enable or Disable cookies then tap OK
  5. Close and re-start Chrome