Cookies are stored on your computer when you visit the website. This section helps you better understand how cookies work and how to use current tools to manage cookie settings.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file that the server (site) you are visiting saves on your hard drive or in your browser’s memory. This allows your computer to store various technical data that make it possible to monitor public access to the site (number of visits, frequency of exposure to a banner ad, connection to other sites, etc.).
Cookies on the Orange Traffic site
These are cookies placed by www.orangetraffic.com on your computer, tablet, or mobile device for the purposes of navigating on our website.
Personal data collected automatically
When you connect to this site, your computer interacts with a server that provides the requested resources by automatically saving each operation to a specific file, in which your computer is identified by its IP address.
Your browser automatically sends us some standard data.
In addition to your IP address, this data includes the type of browser you are using, its features, your operating system, and the date and time the site was accessed.
This automatic data collection lets us monitor overall activity on the site, detect any errors, and ensure that the site has the appropriate material resources.
This data, and in particular your IP address, does not allow us to identify you by name, except by requesting this information from your access provider, which is only allowable in the event of legal proceedings.
Cookies can also be used in an aggregated, and therefore anonymous, way to help us improve navigation ergonomics and identify the overall areas of interest of Internet users.
You can also delete the cookies stored on your computer to permanently delete the information they contain.
Audience measurement cookies
- To help us measure and study how effective our interactive online content is
- To track analytical data about the site and how it is used
- To improve site services
Google Analytics collects information on the following:
- Which pages you visit and how long you spend there
- How you navigated to the site (referring site, social networks, search engine, etc.)
- What links you click on the site
We do not collect your personal information (e.g., your name or address).
We do not allow Google Analytics to use or share this data.
You can choose not to send information to Google Analytics.
Manage your preferences
There are various ways of managing cookies.
Your browser can be set to notify you when cookies are being saved to your computer and to ask whether or not you want to accept them.
We remind you however that your settings are likely to alter your experience on our website.
Each browser is configured differently. Use your browser’s help menu to find out how to change your cookie preferences.
You can deactivate cookies by following the instructions provided by your browser.