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The Villers-Cotterêts Summit is committed to ensuring that the collection and processing of your data are compliant with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (General Data Protection Regulation). 

When you visit our website diplomatie.gouv.fr, cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device. We use these cookies on the website to measure website traffic and suggest features such as videos, share buttons, and content from social media platforms, as well as animated and interactive content. 

Below, you will find information on the nature of each of the cookies stored, and accept or refuse them. This choice can be made either for the whole website and all services, or service by service. We use Tarte au citron to manage cookies. 

Definition of a cookie 

A cookie is a text file stored on your computer when you visit a website or view an advertisement. It allows user data to be saved in order to facilitate browsing and enable certain features. Cookies are managed by your web browser. 

Three types of cookies are used on the festivalfrancophonie2024.org website

1. First-party cookies required for the website to function

These cookies enable the website to function optimally. You can refuse to allow them and delete them via your browser settings, however, it may result in a degraded user experience. 

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Session 
eu-consent  Saves your cookies consent choices  12 months 
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app_android   Saves the action of closing the banner prompting users to download the Android mobile application  Session 

 2. Audience measurement cookies

Audience measurement cookies are used to continuously improve the website’s usability, navigation and content. The data collected is used to provide anonymous statistical data on visits. 

The website uses the audience measurement tool Eulerian. 

You can refuse this cookie by clicking on this button: refuse the cookie exempt from consent. 

Name of cookie  Purpose  Duration 
atauthority   Stores visitor privacy settings   13 months 
atuserid   Visitor ID  13 months 
atidvisitor  List of websites visited by the user and storage of identified visitor information  6 months 

 

3. Third-party cookies to enhance the interactivity of the website

The website francophonie2024.fr uses certain services offered by third-party sites. These include: 

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These features use third-party cookies directly stored by the services. 

The first time you visit the website, you will see a banner informing you about these cookies and asking you to accept or refuse them. They are only stored if you accept. 

You can learn more and update your settings to accept or refuse cookies by visiting the Cookie Management page at the bottom of each page of this website. You can indicate your preference either for the whole website, or service by service. 

Refusing storage of cookies 

You can choose to disable all cookies at any time, even essential cookies required for the website to function. However, this may result in a degraded user experience. If you wish to disable only non-essential cookies for the functioning of the website, use our cookie managementtool. 

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