What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file generated when you visit a website from your computer or mobile device (tablet, smartphone, etc.). Cookies collect navigation data for the operator of the website. This data can be used to recognize each user individually, whenever they connect to the site, to facilitate navigation for users.
To learn more, visit www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies.
The cookies collected by LikeLunch are used to distinguish between the different visitors to our site. They are used for statistical purposes to improve your user experience by optimizing the site ergonomics. They may also be used to establish the commercial profile of each user with the aim of conducting marketing, advertising, promotional or commercial activities.
In navigating our site, you agree to allow LikeLunch to place cookies on your computer. The cookies registered on our site have a lifespan of nine to twelve months. After this period they are deleted.
The cookies on our site
If you have commented on an article on the LikeLunch website, these cookies record your data (name, email, website)
In accordance with the recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), the cookies placed on user computers by the LikeLunch website are deleted within a maximum period of 13 months.
These cookies can be placed by sites or services external to the LikeLunch website. They are not under the control of the LikeLunch site. For more information on these cookies, please visit the third-party website.
Cookies placed by the Twitter module on the LikeLunch blog pages
Cookies for analytical data
Provenance: Google Analytics
_utma: serves to improve the content of the site by providing user navigation tracking information. It serves to distinguish between users and sessions.
_utmb: serves to improve the content of the site by providing user navigation tracking information that identifies new sessions or visits.
_utmc: serves to improve the content of the site by providing user navigation tracking information that identifies navigation during the session.
_utmz: serves to track the performance of marketing campaigns and other sources of traffic.
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Every browser has its own system for configuring cookies and your choices. This configuration is described in detail in your browser’s help menu, and will tell you how to proceed to configure your choices.