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    This information is used only for statistical analysis and subsequently, the information is permanently deleted. You may delete cookies at any time from your computer. However, cookies help provide a better service for websites. Cookies do not access information from your computer or from you unless you allow it and provide it directly during your visit to a web page. You can accept or deny the use of cookies, however, most browsers accept cookies automatically, as it serves to have a better web service. You can also change your computer settings to not authorize the use of cookies. In that case, you may not be able to use some of our services.

    There is no specific law on cookies, but, in general, the LSSI is applied (Law of Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce). In any case, there is a message displayed informing you that the website uses cookies. Cookies are not activated until the user accepts the message, or they are automatically activated by the user when scrolling down the page.