Website terms

General information

This website uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file stored by your browser for the purposes of retaining information between web pages and browsing sessions. These cookies allow AGS to retain information about your browsing of the website. We also use them to help us understand the ways in which website users make use of the website in order to improve your browsing experience. Cookies can contain only text, which is always confidential and often encrypted. AGS does not store personal data in cookies.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files generated by the websites you visit to enable those websites to retain data that may be useful at a later time. These data make it possible to retain your information between pages, and also to analyse how you interact with the website.

Cookies are secure, and can store only information made available by the browser, and which was previously entered by the user via the browser or is included in page requests. They cannot run code, and cannot be used to access your computer. If a website encrypts the information contained in a cookie, only that website is able to read the data concerned.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies are used by the website to retain information about your session as you browse the website, retain the details of your browsing session, and check whether you are connected or not.

The cookies used by the ags-garantie-salaires.org website

Browser cookies
These cookies are necessary to ensure correct website operation and browsing. They allow the user to access the main functions offered by the website.
Please note: we would draw your attention to the fact that if you configure your browser to refuse these cookies, certain website functions or pages will not be readily accessible. Any configuration of cookies has the potential to change your browsing experience and terms of access to this website.

Performance cookies
These cookies are designed to record the volume and statistics of visits to the website and its individual sections. They provide us with information about how our website is being used and is performing, which helps us to compile statistics and record the volume of visits to our website and the way in which its individual components are used (content viewed, browsing pathway, etc.), all of which helps us to improve the relevance and user-friendliness of our services (the most used pages and/or sections, the most read articles, etc.). These cookies allow AGS to improve the way the website works and its user-friendliness. We use Google Analytics to gather data about your use of the www.ags-garantie-salaires.org website.

Google Analytics is the website analysis tool developed by US company Google Inc., which is a member of Safe Harbor, and as such ensures a suitable level of personal data protection. The data gathered via cookies are transmitted and stored by this company on servers located in the United States. Google Analytics makes it possible to count website visitors and identify the ways in which they use the website. The personal data generated by these cookies are referred to in the ‘description of cookies’. Further information about the Google Analytics service can be found on the following web page:

http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html

You can find more detailed information on the gathering and use of these data (recipient, purpose and retention period) in the ‘Description of cookies used’ section below.

Cookie name Function, recipient and retention period Purpose
_utma This visitor identification cookie records the number of sessions for a given user, and the date and time of the first and last visit. Its primary role is to identify unique visitors to a particular website.
Expiration time, if accepted: 2 years
Browser
_utmb This is a session cookie that manages data relating to the current visit of the user. A new session is recorded after its expiration.
Expiration time, if accepted: 30 minutes
Browser
_utmc This session cookie complements _utmb. It identifies the end of the session. It therefore expires with the session.
Expiration time, if accepted: when you quit the browsing session
Browser
_utmt This cookie stores all the data needed to identify a source of traffic.
Expiration time, if accepted: 6 months
Browser
_utmz This cookie identifies the visitor entry point to the website, the vector (type of device), the campaign where this has been configured (tracker or AdWords tag ), and the search request. Expiration time, if accepted: 6 months Performance
_ga This cookie is used for the analysis conducted by Google Analytics. It tracks the performance of pages viewed by users. If accepted, this cookie has an expiration time of 13 months. If refused, it has an expiration time of 1 month. Following cookie expiration, the user is again offered the option to accept or refuse performance cookies on our website. Performance
_gid This cookie is used for the analysis conducted by Google Analytics. It tracks the performance of pages viewed by users. If accepted, this cookie has an expiration time of 13 months. If refused, it has an expiration time of 1 month. Following cookie expiration, the user is again offered the option to accept or refuse performance cookies on our website. Performance
PHPSESSID This cookie is generated by apps written in the PHP language. It is a general identifier used to manage user session variables. It is normally a randomly generated number. The way it is used may be specific to the website (e.g. maintaining connected status for the user between pages). Browser
Tarteaucitron This cookie allows us to record website visitor cookie preferences.  Browser

 

Managing your cookie preferences

Some functions of this website (audience and statistical measurement) rely on the services offered by Google Analytics. These functions deliver cookies that primarily trace your browsing journey. You can find out the type of cookies delivered, accept them or refuse them at any time by clicking Gestion des cookies.

Deleting cookies from your browser

You can delete cookies by following these browser-specific instructions:

Internet Explorer

  1. Click the cogwheel icon in the top right of the window to display the Tools menu and select Internet Options.
  2. In the window that then opens, select the General tab, and click the ‘Delete...” button in the ‘Browsing history’ section.
  3. Check the ‘Cookies and website data’ box (and any others you want) and click ‘Delete’. Then click ‘OK’ to close the settings window.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Click the ‘...’ icon in the top right of the window to open the settings menu and select Settings.
  2. In the ‘Clear browsing data’ section, click ‘Choose what to clear’.
  3. Check the ‘Cookies and saved website data’ box (and any others you want) and click ‘Clear’. Then close the settings window.

Firefox

  1. Click the ‘≡’ icon in the top right of the window to open the settings menu and select ‘Options’, followed by ‘Privacy & Security’. Then click ‘Clear your recent history’ in the ‘History’ section.
  2. In the window then displayed, check the ‘Cookies’ box (and any others you want) and click ‘Clear Now’.

Google Chrome

  1. Click the ‘≡’ icon in the top right of the window to open the menu and choose ‘Settings’.
  2. In the window that then opens, click ‘Show advanced settings’, followed by ‘Privacy and security’ and ‘Clear browsing data’.
  3. Check the ‘Cookies and other site data’ box (and any others you want) and click ‘Clear data’. Then close the settings window.

Opera

  1. In the Main menu that opens when you click ‘Menu’ in the top left of window, select ‘More tools’, followed by ‘Clear browsing data’.
  2. In the window that then opens, check the ‘Cookies and other site data’ box (and any others you want) and click ‘Clear data Browser’. Then close the settings window.

Safari

  1. Click Safari on the menu bar, then select ‘Preferences and Confidentiality’.
  2. Then click ‘Clear all website data’ or click ‘Details’ and select one or more websites, and click ‘Clear’. Then close the settings window.