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Cookie Policy


June 2018 and the Client Portal use cookies only for technical and statistical purposes. No advertising or tracking cookie is set on Adledge websites.


What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a a piece of information placed as a file on your hard drive when you browse a website. Whether you enable or disable cookies and during their validity period, cookies allow their owner to store and read information during your navigation in order to report on, improve or personalise the services you browse.

Websites generate cookies in your browser unless you block them. For more information, see “Your cookie preferences”


How do we use cookies ?

We use technical cookies to make our websites work properly. We use statistical cookies to perform anonymous analytics on our visitors.


Your cookie preferences

You can configure your web browser to store cookies on your device or, inversely, to disable them, either systematically or depending on the emitter. You can also set your web browser to ask you if you would like to enable or disable cookies before a cookie can be stored on your device.

For more information, see the section ‘How to set your preferences on your web browser’ or consult the National Commision of Information Technology and Civil Liberties website.


Enabling Cookies

Storing a cookie on a device is wholly dependent on the wishes of the Device user, which they can express and change at any time and for free via the options their browser software gives them. If you have set your web browser to enable cookies on your device, the cookies embedded in the pages and content you access can be stored temporarily in a dedicated space on your Device. There, they can only be read by the sender.


Disabling cookies

If you don’t want cookies to be stored on your device, or if you delete the cookies that are stored on it, you will no longer benefit from a certain number of the functionalities that are required to get our personalized email offers. Cookies are required for our services to operate and we accept no responsibility for the consequences tied to the reduced functionality of our services due to our not being able to store or read cookies when you disable them.


How to set your preferences on your web browser ?

When it comes to managing cookies and your cookie preferences, each web browser is different. You can find details in your browser’s help section and learn about how to change your cookie preferences.

For Internet Explorer :

For Safari :

For Chrome :

For Firefox :

For Opera :


Our Cookies (first party cookies)

You can use the browser that you are viewing this website with to enable, disable or delete cookies.
To do this, follow the instructions provided by your browser (usually located within the “Help”, “Tools” or “Edit” settings).
Please note that if you set your browser to disable cookies, you may not be able to access secure areas of the website and
other parts of the website may also not work properly.

Third Party Cookies

Adledge does not use third party cookies and do not store personal data. In accordance with the European Law (GDPR) we provide a “do not track” service.
You can manage your “do not track” status using the following panel: