What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a text file placed on your computer when you visit a website. It identifies the computer or phone on which it is stored and stores certain navigation information.

 
Use of cookies by the ELI Area

Espace Lyon-Japon uses cookies to offer a navigation adapted to your personal preferences. So you do not have to re-enter the same information at each visit, especially with regard to forms. They are also used to optimize the performance of our sites.

 
Types of cookies used
Technical and navigation cookies

Technical and navigation cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of our websites. If you choose to disable them, our websites may not work properly. We advise you to leave them active in order to take full advantage of our services.
The audience measurement and navigation tracking cookie

This cookie is deposited by all our websites. It makes it possible to collect anonymous statistical data of frequentation of our sites and applications in order to improve their ergonomics.

 
Button cookies sharing on social networks

These cookies may be placed on your device by social networking sites. They allow the sharing of content of our services.

We can not control these cookies and the data collected by social networks. For more information about these cookies, we invite you to consult the privacy policies of each of these social networking sites.

 
Shelf life of cookies

Cookies have a validity period of 13 months maximum. Your consent will be requested again at the end of this period by displaying the information banner.

publication : 24/03/2015 par ELJ, mise à jour : 17/02/2021