Cookie Policy

What are cookies? Why do we use them?

Cookies are very small IT files. They are stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone via your web browser.

A cookie is composed of a unique code which allows it to recognise a browser during a visit to a website (“session cookie”) or during following visits (“persistent cookie”). It consists of the name of the server which placed the cookie, an expiry date and a unique numerical code.

Cookies can be placed by the server of the site you are visiting or by any partner sites withwhich it collaborates.  The server canonly read the cookies it has placed; it does not have access to any other information on your computer or mobile device.

We use cookies to improve interactions between visitors and the ELAO website. Notably, they facilitate navigation of the site; they ensure the content displayed is more relevant; they adapt the display of information to the preferences and needs of the visitor (for example, choice of interface language).

These cookies may contain personal data, either because a user’s consent was obtained or because the data is technically essential (for example, identification in order to access a service or place an order online).

How do we use cookies on our site?

At, we only use analytical/performance cookies to collect information about how visitors use our site. The objective is to improve the content and user-friendliness of the site.

For this purpose, we use Google Analytics. Its cookies enable us to keep track of the number of visits the site receives, the duration and frequency of these visits and how visitors navigate from page to page. This allows us to, for example, ensure that visitors can easily find the information they are looking for.

What information do we collect via cookies?

There is no need to identify yourself when visiting our site. However, we may automatically collect information on the following:

  • Your IP (Internet Protocol) address
  • Your time zone
  • Your country
  • Your operating systems and the type of browser you use
  • The duration of your visit(s) and the frequency of your visits
  • The URL of the site containing the link that sent you to our site, the search engine used, or if you entered our URL in the address bar
  • The pages visited and how long was spent on each
  • Downloaded elements
  • Download errors

These data are collected for the sole purpose of compiling site traffic statistics.

How to block or remove cookies?

The placing of cookies can be refused at any time by modifying your browser settings. You also have the option of removeing all or some of the cookies which have been placed on your computer or mobile device.

The steps required for this procedure depend on your browser:

Possible modifications to our cookie policy

Technology and legislation evolve… Our cookie policy may change from time to time.  Both in terms of legal compliance, and out of a desire to retain your trust, we will continue to keep you informed of any modifications relating to the treatment of your personal data.

Please check this page occasionally to keep abreast of any changes.

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9 March 2020