The purpose of the Cookie Management Policy is to inform you of the purpose and procedures for processing your personal data passively collected by Curadigm as the Site is being used. It complies with the provisions of Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, files and civil liberties, as amended, known as the “Information Technology and Civil Liberties” Law, and the recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL).
Definition of a cookie
The term “Cookie” covers all trackers deposited and/or read when consulting a website, reading an e-mail or installing or using software or a mobile application. The lifetime of a cookie is 13 months; at the end of this period, consent must be re-obtained.
Each website can access the cookies it has placed on a computer to read them, modify them and save the information they contain. Cookies also play an important role in the operation and ergonomics of a website. They are used in particular to facilitate navigation, produce statistics, enable transactions and ensure site security, etc.
Types of cookie used by the site
There are two main categories of cookies:
• Session cookies (or temporary cookies): they are deleted from your computer at the end of your browsing session. For example, they make it possible to consult different pages of a website without having to enter information that you have already provided each time.
• Persistent cookies: they are stored on your computer after your browser is closed. They store information about your browsing, such as your last visit, preferences and language selection etc.
But you can prevent the storage of cookies by configuring the browser window settings.
Please note that if you do this, you may not be able to use all the features of this site.
The Nanobiotix website uses Google Analytics, a website analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). This tool allows us to measure site traffic in order to evaluate its performance in the form of statistics.
Google Analytics also uses “cookies” that analyse your use of the website. When you use Google Services, your data as described above may be hosted on Google servers located in the United States of America.
The cookies used by Google Analytics are: __ga: used to track the performance of pages viewed by users. The lifetime of the cookie is 10 minutes. __gat: selected to limit the demand rate, which limits data collection on high traffic sites. The lifetime of the cookie is 13 months. __gid: records a unique identifier in order to generate statistical data on how visitors use the site. The lifetime of the cookie is 1 day
For any additional information relating to the use of Google Analytics, you can consult Google’s privacy rules and in particular how Google uses certain data collected when you use its partner sites and apps.
You can disable Google Analytics by using the browser add-on for disabling Google Analytics.
The Site may contain hypertext links or references to third-party websites, including sites belonging to Nanobiotix. The latter does not control these third-party sites, nor the storage of cookies that may result from their use. You are invited to read the cookie management policy applicable to each third-party site you visit.
Changes to our cookie management policy
This Cookie Management Policy may be amended, supplemented, updated or deleted at any time without prior notice to you. The current version of the Cookie Management Policy is the one available on the Site. We invite you to consult it regularly and before you use the Site, in order to be correctly informed of the methods of processing your data.
Cookie Management Policy last updated: March 4, 2020