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INFORMATION ON THE COOKIES IMPLEMENTED ON THE NOOP WEBSITE

What is a cookie ?

The term cookies designates "all the tracers deposited and/or read, for example, during the consultation of a website, the reading of an e-mail, the installation or the use of software or a mobile application” and this regardless of the terminal used. It is therefore information deposited (sometimes in a simple text file) on the hard disk of the user's reception terminal by the site or application server. It can contain several data such as the name of the server that deposited it, an identifier in the form of a unique number, an expiration date. A server accesses it to read and record this information.

The roles of cookies

Cookies play several roles. They facilitate your navigation, store your preferences, make the interaction between you and the website faster and easier. Some cookies are linked to the site you are viewing, others depend on external sites that manage content on the page you are viewing (third-party site cookies).

How do noOp website cookies work?

noOp places cookies necessary for the operation of the site on your terminal. These cookies do not require your consent and cannot be disabled as they are essential for the operation of the noOp website.

The list of cookies present on the noOp website and their purposes

Cookie name

Purpose

Duration

Type of cookie

XSRF-TOKEN

Used for security reasons

Session

Essential

hs

Used for security reasons

Session

Essential

svSession

Used in connection with user login

2 years

Essential

SSR-caching

Used to indicate the system from which the site was rendered

1 minute

Essential

_wixCIDX

Used for system monitoring/debugging

3 months

Essential

_wix_browser_sess

Used for system monitoring/debugging

Session

Essential

consent-policy

Used for cookie banner settings

12 months

Essential

smSession

Used to identify members logged into the site

Session

Essential

TS*

Used for security and anti-fraud reasons

Session

Essential

bSession

Used to measure system efficiency

30 minutes

Essential

fedops.logger.sessionId

Used to measure system efficiency

12 months

Essential

wixLanguage

Used on multilingual websites to store the user's language preference

12 months

Functional

Some advice from the CNIL to control cookies

The CNIL website offers advice on controlling cookies:  https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.

Here are the four tips:

  • Block third-party cookies. Third-party cookies are usually not necessary to take advantage of resources available on the Internet. If you want to limit your traces, it is recommended to refuse them by default.

  • Prevent the installation of popular trackers. Many extensions allow you to block the different tracers. For example, for Chrome browser, DoNotTrackMe, Disconnect, Ghostery…

  • Block social media sharing buttons. “When you visit sites on which social network buttons are present, the latter are informed of your visit. It is therefore recommended to block this tracking as long as you do not want to share the site you are visiting. This blocking of social network buttons such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. can be obtained using a free software extension: “Privacy Badger”.

  • Limit tracing in Adobe Flash. It is recommended to change these settings by connecting to the online settings manager, but if the Flash site offers a deactivation to prevent any storage on computers, it does not work 100%.
    LSO (Flash) cookies resist the manipulation of erasing “traditional” cookies through the web browser. Rather than manually deleting LSO cookies, it is possible to download an extension to your browser that will allow you to delete them each time the browser is closed. For example, Betterprivacy for Firefox.

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