Welcome to the Somei website.
This policy also provides information on the rights you have and how to exercise them.
A ‘cookie’ is an electronic file, generally small in size and identified with a name, that contains various data and can be transmitted to your browser by a website that you connect to. Your web browser saves the cookie for a certain period of time, and sends it back to the server each time you connect to the site.
Cookies can store and retrieve information on a website user’s browsing habits or equipment, and based on this information, can recognise the user.
Data obtained via cookies can pertain to the number of pages visited, the language selected, the city in which the IP address connecting to the website is located, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the duration of visits, the browser, the operator, or the type of terminal from which the visit is made.
Cookies necessary to the website’s operation.
These allow the website to operate optimally. You can refuse and delete them using your browser settings, but your user experience may be impaired.
Tarteaucitron is the script that saves your choices on cookie consent.
Third-party cookies used to improve website interactivity.
These cookies are not essential to the website’s operation, but are needed to provide offers relating to your areas of interest. They are used to bring you more relevant and tailored content.
Specifically, they measure audience and how visitors use our SOMEI website (Google Analytics).
These functions use third-party cookies placed directly by these services. These cookies are not placed unless you consent to them on the banner informing you of the presence of cookie(s) on your first visit.
Whatever their purpose, you can allow, block, or delete cookies placed on your terminal by setting your browser options. For the most common browsers, you will find information on how to do this at the following links:
Lastly, in accordance with the legislation on personal data protection, you have rights of access, rectification, opposition, restriction, and erasure of data pertaining to you. You can exercise these rights at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer (DPO) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org