The Artisanat Martin - group respects the privacy of its users and undertakes that all the information it collects allowing them to be identified will be considered confidential information.

In accordance with the provisions of the law of January 6, 1978 relating to files, data processing and freedoms, readers and users of the sites of the Artisanat Martin - group have a right of access, rectification and opposition to personal data concerning them. This right is exercised by email to Artisanat Martin -

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The sites of the Artisanat Martin - group are designed to be attentive to the needs and expectations of our readers. This is one of the reasons why we use cookies, for example to identify you when you comment on one of our articles.

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Remember your preferences and settings: If you enter your city on the site or choose to display the comments in a certain order (from oldest to most recent for example), we may store this data in a cookie so that we can provide you with relevant information when you revisit the site. This saves you time by eliminating the need to enter the same information every time you visit the site. Log in and authenticate. When you log in to the site with your Microsoft account, we store, in an encrypted cookie on your hard drive, your unique identifier and the time you logged in. This cookie allows you to browse the pages of the site without having to establish a new connection to each page. These cookies will be deleted from your computer when you log out. We also use cookies to facilitate the login process.

For example, your e-mail address may be stored in a cookie which remains on your computer after logging out. This cookie allows you to enter your e-mail address and you will only have to enter your password during subsequent connections. If you are using a public computer or if you prefer that this information not be stored, select the appropriate radio button on the login page and this cookie will no longer be used.

Display targeted advertising. When we display advertisements on our pages, we simultaneously place one or more permanent cookies on your computer or device so that we can recognize it each time an advertisement is published. By displaying our advertisements and those of our advertising and publishing partners on our websites, we may, over time, collect information about the types of pages, content, and advertisements that you, or other people who use your computer, have visited or viewed. We use this information for several purposes, for example it allows us to try to avoid that you are always exposed to the same advertisements.

This information also allows us to select and display targeted advertisements that we believe are compatible with your preferences.

Collect and analyze statistics. We may use cookies to count the number of visits, unique visitors, page views or to produce other aggregate statistics on the activities of our sites and services. These analyzes will allow us to better manage these sites and services and improve their performance.

Collaborate with partners. In addition to the cookies that might set when you visit our websites, third parties may also set cookies on your device when you visit Our web pages sometimes host content or third-party advertisements, such as videos, news or announcements provided by other ad networks. Because your browser connects to these third-party web servers to retrieve this content, these third-parties are able to set or read their own cookies on your device and may collect information about your online activities on websites or sites. online services.

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