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Cookie Policy

What is a Cookie?

For informational purposes, “a cookie is a small file stored by a server in the terminal (computer, telephone, etc.) of a user and associated with a web domain (i.e., in the majority of cases, all of the pages of the same website). This file is automatically referred to in subsequent contacts with the same domain.”

Cookies have multiple uses; they may serve, among other things, to store the number of site visits made by the user, the content of his/her shopping cart, the pages visited on the site, etc.

Usefulness and validity of the protection policy for Cookies

The ALLIGATOR site uses Cookies for the purpose of optimizing the user experience on its Site. In this manner, ALLIGATOR is able to offer its users a better experience when they are navigating the Site.

Cookies allows users to save items in their shopping cart, offer advice based on searches or prior purchases, make purchases safely on the Site and to receive information.

ALLIGATOR’s policy concerning Cookies applies to the processing of all personal information on the Site and to all interactions between the user and ALLIGATOR.

Any changes to ALLIGATOR’s policy shall be published on this Site and/or conveyed directly to the persons concerned, as the case may be.

Cookies are optional and must be agreed to in advance by the user at the time he/she enters the Site’s homepage, by clicking on the banner that is displayed. However, agreeing to Cookies assures the user a better experience when navigating the Site.

Site users are invited to regularly view this menu item.

  1. Strictly Necessary Cookies

Cookies not subject to consent that ALLIGATOR may use are the following:

The purpose of these Cookies is to assure proper functioning of the Site; they make it possible to use certain functions. With this type of Cookie, recorded data is deleted when the user closes the page. Hence, they do not store any information of a personal nature; this is why they do not require the user’s consent, and the user cannot deactivate them.

  1. Functionality Cookies

Functionality Cookies that require the user’s consent (by clicking the “Agree” button displayed on the banner when the user enters the Site) and which ALLIGATOR uses are the following:

These Cookies make it possible to improve and personalize the functionality of the Site. The user may refuse them; he/she knows that by not agreeing to them, a part or all of the Site’s services may not function.

Configuring Cookies from the Site

When the user enters the Site, a “Cookies” banner will appear . This banner allows the user to be informed of his/her rights and of the processing of his/her information and to agree to the Cookies of his/her preference.

Users may:

The user’s preference is retained for 6 months. At the end of this period, ALLIGATOR will once again ask the User about his/her preference concerning Cookies.

The user may at any time withdraw his/her consent by accessing the management module accessible at the bottom of the page

Other ways to configure Cookies

Other means are available to the user to oppose the use of Cookies.

As a matter of fact, browsers offer options that allow users to configure and/or refuse Cookies.

Below are explanatory notes on how to configure one’s browser: