Cookies Policy

1. What is a Cookie ?

When you browse the https://dsinstruments.fr/ (hereinafter the “Site”), cookies, pixels and other trackers (hereinafter jointly referred to as the “Cookie” or “Cookies”) are saved in your browser.

A Cookie is a small, often encrypted file stored in your browser or your device and identified with a name. It is saved when visiting a website. Each time you return to the site in question, the Cookie is retrieved from your browser or device. This means that each time you visit the site, the browser is recognised.

These Cookies are likely to allow us to access your browsing data and/or your personal data.

2. Types of Cookies

Technical and functional Cookies

Technical and functional Cookies are required for the Site to work properly, and to provide you with our services. They are used while you are browsing the Site, in order to assist with browsing and carry out certain functions.

As an example, a technical Cookie might be used to remember answers entered in a form, or your language or site display preferences, if these options are available.

Cookie nameCookie functionThe duration of the conversation
cmplz_choiceUsed to store if a message has been rejected365 days
cmplz_consent_statusUsed to store cookie consent preferences365 days
cmplz_functionalUtilisé pour stocker les préférences de consentement des cookies365 jours
cmplz_policy_idUsed to store the accepted cookie policy ID365 days
cmplz_statisticsUsed to store cookie consent preferences365 days
cmplz_statistics-anonymousUsed to store cookie consent preferences365 days

Audience analytics Cookies

These Cookies, also known as “analytical Cookies”, allow us to measure the number of visits, pages viewed and user activity. They can collect your IP address to determine the town or city from which you are visiting the Site. Audience analytics Cookies allow us to generate site visit and browsing statistics to improve our performance. Cookies are also used to identify browsing problems and eventually fix them.

Cookie nameCookie functionThe duration of the conversation
_gaUsed to differentiate users36 months
_gidUsed to differentiate users24 hours
_gatUsed to speed up the rate of requests. If Google Anallytics is used via Google Tag Manager this cookie will be called _dc_gtm_<property-id>1 minute
AMP_TokenUsed to retrieve a Client ID from AMP Client Identification Services. Other possible values ​​indicate deactivation, status request, or error retrieving a client ID30 seconds to 1 year
gac<property-id>Contains information related to Google AdWords campaigns. If you have linked your Analytics and Adwords account, Google AdWords conversion tags will read this cookie, unless you have opted out.90 days
_utmaUsed to differentiate users and sessions. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is executed and no cookie of the same name already exists. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to google Analytics.36 months from implementation / update
_utmtUsed to reduce the request rate.10 minutes
_utmbUsed to determine new visits. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is executed and no cookie of the same name already exists. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to google Analytics.36 months from implementation / update
_utmcHistorically, this cookie worked in conjunction with the _utmb cookie to determine if the user was in a new session / visit.At the end of the browsing session
_utmzRecords the origin of the user (source of traffic, campaign) The cookie is created when the Javascript library is updated and each time data is sent to Google Analytics6 months from implementation / update
_utmvUsed to store personalized visitor data. This cookie is created when a developer uses the _setCustomVar method with a custom variable. It is updated and each time data is sent to Google36 months from implementation / update
_utmxUsed to determine user experience.18 months
_utmxxUsed to analyze the end of the user experience.18 months
_gaexpUsed to record user experience from start to finishAbout 90 days

3. Your Cookies preferences

Cookies which can be saved without your consent

Some Cookies do not require your consent, such as :

  • Technical and functional Cookies which are required for the Site to work properly ;
  • Some audience analytics Cookies, or Cookies which are used to test different Site versions to optimise editorial choices.

Acceptance or rejection of Cookies which require your express consent

All other Cookies require your consent. These include certain audience analytics Cookies. You are free to choose whether to accept or reject the use of these Cookies.

You can accept or reject these Cookies when you first visit the Site.

Your decision whether to accept or reject Cookies will be stored for six (6) months.

You are free to withdraw your consent, and more generally change your preferences at any time through the following link:

Browser settings

You can alter your browser settings to accept or reject certain Cookies.

Each browser has different settings.