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Cookie Policy​

1. Foreword

  1. We want to inform you in a clear and transparent manner about how we use cookies when you visit our site. This Cookie Policy should be read together with our Privacy Policy.

2. Preamble

  2. To enable you to benefit from the services offered by our Libertify website, application, and platform (hereinafter referred to                  collectively as “site”) (e.g., visit them, enhance your user experience on them, customize them), our site uses cookies.

  3. You can deactivate the cookies you have accepted at any time and free of charge, using the deactivation options offered to you            online or in writing.

  4. This policy is established in the application of the following laws and regulations:

  • Article 82 of the French Data Protection Act;
  • the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) No. 2016/679 and in particular its Article 7 on the methods of collecting consent;
  • the CNIL guidelines of 17 September 2020;
  • the CNIL recommendations of 17 September 2020.

3. Definition

   5. When you visit our site, information on how your terminal (e.g., computer, tablet, smartphone) browses our site may be recorded            in text files called “cookies”, set on your browser. A cookie will be used to recognize your browser for as long as the cookie is valid.          A cookie is a file that is activated in write or read mode. On telephone devices, these trackers are device identifiers and                            advertising identifiers.

   6. There are different types of cookies:

  • technical cookies, including session cookies that either disappear as soon as you leave our site or remain permanently;
  • functional cookies, which allow you to manage the language or the duration of your consent;
  • analytics cookies, which remain on your terminal until their lifetime expires or until you delete them using your browser settings;
  • advertising personalization cookies and cookies for similar operations.

    7. You are informed that cookies may be placed and read when you visit our site.

4. Purposes

4.1 Introduction

8. The purposes of cookies are determined by the nature of the cookies.

9. Cookies are used by our site for different purposes. Some cookies require your prior consent; this is the case for:

  • Cookies that are not strictly limited to analytics.

10. Some cookies, for which your consent is not required, are essential to the use of our site. These are technical cookies or functional cookies; they are used:

  • to make your visit easier;
  • to prevent malicious software;
  • to save your choices regarding cookies.

4.2 Technical and functional cookies

11. These cookies, for which your prior consent is not required, concern the following main functions:

  • ensuring the technical management of your session;
  • managing languages;
  • monitoring performance;
  • monitoring security and technical errors;
  • improving your user experience;
  • ensuring the technical administration of services ordered;
  • authenticating your access to our services.

4.3 Analytics cookies

12. The purposes that are subject to your consent are the following:

  • traffic statistics;
  • orientation of audiences according to the pages;
  • measure of advertising performance.

5. Cookies used

13. The cookies used on our site are:

  • our cookies;
  • third-party cookies.

5.1 Our cookies

14. Our cookies are detailed in the table below:


Cookie name



Storage Period




Stores the user’s cookie consent state

1 year




Website content usage and modification








Intercom.intercom-state-#PrefrencesChat box or pop-up message closurePersistent


Intercom-id-#PrefrencesChat box optimization279 days


Intercom-session-#PrefrencesSets user ID for website  chat intrecdity6 days


__Hssc_HubSpotStatisticsSame day navigation1 day


__Hssrc_HubSpotStatisticsReturn data navigationSession


__Hstc_HubSpotStatisticsUnique user data per session179 days


_ga_GoogleAnalyitcsStatisticsUser unique usage and data2 years


ga#_GoogleAnalyitcsStatisticsVisit data2 years

5.2 Third-party cookies

15. Our site contains cookies issued by third parties as detailed in the table below:


Cookie name



Storage Period




Distinguish between humans and bots

1 day




Secure user connection

 1 year


GDPR and marketing

 2 years




Stores the user’s cookie consent state

 139 days




Website forms





to check if the user’s browser supports cookies


6. Consent

16. When you first visit our site, you are given the choice of accepting or rejecting all our cookies and third-party cookies.

17. You can also give your consent independently and specifically for each separate purpose using the “Cookie Settings” option.

18. You also have the option of leaving the cookie consent banner by clicking “Continue without accepting”. Please note that by continuing to browse the site without clicking on one of the options proposed by the cookie banner, you will be deemed to have expressed a refusal.

19. When you accept cookies, a consent cookie will be set on your terminal.

20. When you reject cookies because you do not want cookies to be set or read on your terminal, a refusal cookie will be set on your terminal for a months, so that we can save the information that you have objected to the use of cookies.

21. If you delete this refusal cookie, it will no longer be possible to know that you refused cookies. This is why refusal or consent cookies should remain on your terminal. You can change your choices at any time by clicking here.

7. How to manage cookies?

22. You have several options to manage and modify the use of cookies:

  • directly on our site, in the module provided for this purpose, by clicking here, or
  • by clicking on our “Cookie Management” icon, available at any time on all the pages of our site [to be created on the site], or
  • in your browser settings, or
  • on advertising cookie blocking platforms.

23. Note: a cookie can only be blocked by placing a refusal cookie on your terminal. As a result, if you block all the cookies on your             terminal or if you change terminals, we will not know that you chose to reject cookies.

7.1 Cookie management module

24. This module allows you to choose which cookies you wish to accept and which cookies you wish to reject on our site.

25. You can access the module and modify your preferences at any time by clicking on this link.

7.2 Browser settings

26. You can adjust the settings of your browser so that it systematically accepts or rejects all cookies or only cookies from certain issuers.

27. You can also regularly delete cookies from your terminal using your browser.

28.  Remember to adjust the browser settings on each of your terminal.

29. Each browser has its own way of managing cookies and cookies settings. Go to the “Help” menu of each browser to know how to change cookie settings. For example:

30. Please note, however, that setting your browser to disable cookies may restrict you from accessing certain features, pages, or areas of our site that require the use of cookies and that we will not accept any liability in such cases.

31. To find out more about how to configure your browser, please visit the website of the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés:

7.3 Third-party cookie opposition modules

32. You can choose to disable some third-party cookies by going directly to the web page of the cookie issuer. For example:

  • [to be completed and/or amended where necessary].

7.4 Advertising cookie blocking platforms

33. Several professional advertising platforms also offer the possibility to reject or accept the cookies used by their member companies. Please note that these centralised mechanisms do not block the display of advertisements on the websites that you visit; they will only block the placing of cookies that allow advertisements to be customised to your interests.

34. For example, you can go to to prevent these cookies from being placed on your terminal. This website is offered by digital advertising professionals who are members of the European association EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance) and is managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France.

35. You can find out which companies are registered on this platform and offer you the possibility of rejecting or accepting the cookies they use for interest-based advertising on your web browser:

36. This European platform is shared by hundreds of Internet advertising professionals and provides a centralised interface allowing you to reject or accept cookies as described above.

8. Rights of data subjects

37. The storage period is defined according to the type of cookie. These periods are specified for each cookie or tracker.

38. You have a right of access, a right to rectification, a right to erasure, a right to data portability and a right to restriction of processing in relation to your data.

39. You also have the right to object, on grounds relating to your particular situation, at any time to processing of your personal data which is based on legitimate interests.

40. You have the right to give special and general instructions on how your personal data should be stored, erased and shared after your death. You can exercise your right to give special post-mortem instructions by email to the following address:

41. For more information, including on how to exercise your rights, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

42. Requests to exercise your rights should be sent to our Data Protection Officer.

43. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority, the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés, which is located 3, place de Fontenoy 75007 Paris.

9. Effective date

44. This policy is effective as of the date it is posted online. The same applies to its modifications.Stores the user’s cookie consent state

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