CookiesCookies, pixels, and similar technology
We offer a range of features that use this Technology to engage with you based on your activity within and outside of our services. To learn more about the ways you can control this, visit the "Privacy Options" section below.
We suggest that you regularly check this page in order to have the most up-to-date information about this Technology and how it is used.
Your browser or device may provide you with configuration settings related to this Technology. To learn more about the availability of these settings, their role and their operation, check the Help section of your browser or device, and visit the "Privacy Options" section below. Some settings may interfere with your use of the features that we offer. Furthermore, settings adjusted in a browser or a device typically apply only to that browser or device.
About this Technology
Cookies are small files placed on your browser or your device by a website or application you are using. Pixels (also known as clear GIFs, web beacons, or pixel tags) are small blocks of code on a web page or application that allow websites perform operations including reading and placing cookies. This connection can then provide information such as the device's IP address, the date of the pixel's display, the ID number associated with the browser or device, and the type of browser used. Local storage is standard technology that authorises a website or application to store data on a computer, mobile phone, or another user device and extract it from there. For example, this can include local storage, HTML5 caching, or device storage.
Why do we use this Technology?
We use this Technology for a variety of reasons, in particular to ensure that we can offer you the most appropriate content and improve our products and services.
Statistics and measurements
Tools such as cookies and similar technology (like information on your device or a pixel on a website) are used to obtain statistics about people who see and interact with our site.
Site services and features
These tools provide features that help us offer services.
They help us make your use of the site as pleasant as possible.
When might we use this Technology?
We can place or use this Technology when you visit our website using a browser or a device that allows for placing or using the appropriate Technology. For example, when you visit our website, we can place or read cookies, or receive information coming from your device.
In what circumstances do we read cookies from your computer ordevice?
Web browsers send cookies for a specific web domain (e.g. insygames.com) to the website each time a device having those cookies accesses content coming from that domain. This means that a insygames.com cookie will be sent to Bureau Veritas each time a user opens a page on insygames.com from that computer or device. This also means that these cookies are sent to INSY each time a user accesses a third-party website or application that integrates or uses our services, notably one of our modules.
Sometimes, we work with web sites, applications, and their partners to place or read INSY cookies on your browsers or devices. This allows us to collect statistical information, allowing us to improve the content and services that we offer you.
How can you remove "cookies" from your computer?
- Go to My Computer. - Select the "Windows" folder in the C:\ drive. - Open the folder named "Temporary Internet Files". - Select all files (CTRL-A). - Select "Delete."
On a Mac:
- Open your Safari browser. - Click on the Safari menu. - Select "Restart Safari". - In the new window that opens, select the items to delete. - Click on the"Restart" button for the changes to be applied. - The list of sites that you have visited is now empty. - In the new window that opens, select the items to delete. - Click on the"Restart" button for the changes to be applied. - The list of sites that you have visited is now empty.
How can you delete cookies from your Apple mobile device (iPod, iPad, iPhone)?
- Go to"Settings". - Choose "Safari". - Choose"Advanced". - Choose "Website data". - Delete all website data.
How can you configure your browser to disable the installation of cookies or to be alerted when they are installed?
On Internet Explorer 5 (Microsoft):
- Go to "Tools". - Then go to "Internet Options". - Choose "Security". - Click on "Customize level". - In the drop-down menu, go to "cookies". - Choose the section that says "Allow cookies on your computer". - Choose "Ask" to be warned or "Disable" to refuse all cookies.
On Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8 (Microsoft):
- Go to "Tools". - Then go to "Internet Options". - Click on "Privacy", then choose the level of privacy you want.
- Go to "Tools". - Go to "Options". - Choose "Privacy". - Deselect "Enable cookies".
Using Google Chrome:
- Click on “Personalize and Customize Google Chrome”. - Choose "Settings". - Click on"Privacy". - Click on "Content Settings" - Check "Block cookies and data from third-party sites".
- Right-click on the page. - Choose "Edit site preferences". - Select the cookie tab.
If the general cookie preferences are already open:
- Click on "Manage cookies". - Search for the site you want by typing into the "Quick Search" box or by clicking in the list. - Click on "Edit". - Then open the Cookies tab to specify the preferences for this site.
- Go to "Safari >Preferences". - Click on"Privacy". - Choose an option in the section labelled "Block cookies and other website data".
On an Apple mobile device:
To adjust the settings for blocking cookies on iOS 8:
- Go to"Settings". - Then go to"Safari". - Choose "Block cookies". - Choose one of the options ("Always Allow", "Allow from Websites I Visit", "Allow from Current Website Only", "Always Block").
With iOS 7 or previous versions, you can choose between three options:"Never", "From third parties and advertisers", and"Always".