What are cookies?
Cookies are text files placed in the memory of your equipment (computer, tablet, mobile phone, other device) when you browse a website or when you view an advertisement. They allow you to record information related to your navigation.
They are used to identify you, to personalize offers and advertisements and generally to improve the services offered and to provide you with a better experience.
Only the issuer of a cookie can read or modify the information contained therein.
There are different types of cookies:
- session cookies that disappear as soon as you leave the site
- permanent cookies that remain on your device until their lifetime expires or until you delete them using your browser’s features
- cookies from the site you visit deposited by this site
- third party cookies placed by third party sites or companies (for example: partners or advertising agencies)
You are informed that, when you visit the Oyst website or the areas controlled by Oyst, cookies may be installed on your device.
How to set up your browser?
Most browsers allow you to refuse, disable or delete cookies in their help menu.
As an example:
In addition, you can also set your general preferences for targeted advertising by going to http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/ and choosing not to allow certain companies to use your data for targeted advertising purposes.
What are the purposes of the cookies used?
Some of the cookies used by Oyst have the exclusive purpose of allowing or facilitating electronic communication, the necessary cookies, in particular for:
- detection of connection errors
- access to the site
- improve safety
- avoid fraudulent activities
- access to your space
- Others are strictly necessary for the provision of Oyst’s services (marketplace, targeted advertising…)
Still others are used to analyze the use of the site, analytical cookies.
What cookies do we use?
The cookies used on the site are:
- browser cookies
- persistent cookies
- session cookies
- user input cookies
- authentication cookies
- third-party advertising cookies