Cookies are small text files that are stored on users' computers by the websites they visit. They are used to make websites work and operate more efficiently and to provide information to the website owners.
The Dompé Website uses technical cookies, Google Analytics cookies and third-party cookies, all of which are detailed below.
They are installed by the Data Controller, and can be divided into browser or session cookies, enabling a correct browsing experience and use of the Website (for instance, they help define a browsing session or select the Website language or font size).
GOOGLE ANALYTICS COOKIES
Usage of a visitor’s IP address by Google Analytics cookies
Each computer and device connected to the Internet is assigned a unique Internet protocol (IP) address, in numbers. Since such numbers are typically bundle-assigned to countries, an IP address can be used to identify the country, province and city from which a computer is connecting.
Google Analytics retrieves the IP addresses of the Dompé Website visitors to provide an indication of their geographic location. This method is called “IP geolocation”. Google Analytics does not report information about the visitor actual IP addresses. The use of IP masking allows Google Analytics to communicate information using only a part of the IP address for geolocation.
Google may disclose information to third parties where required by law or where such third parties process information on Google’s behalf.
Browser add-on for deactivating Google Analytics cookies
If a user doesn’t wish to receive cookies of any type on their computer, the privacy protection level of the browser can be elevated using the appropriate option. However, some areas of the Website may not function properly if cookies are denied
These cookies are installed by third parties through the Website. With regard to these cookies, the Website owner and editor are just technical intermediaries and cannot define the procedures and purposes of the operation of said cookies. For information on the third-party cookies in use, refer to the websites of third-party suppliers.
You can accept or reject cookies by changing your browser security settings. You’ll find instructions on how to set up the most common browsers below.