(version 1.0 – 18th August 2020)
In compliance with the French National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties (CNIL) Guidelines n° 2019-093 of July 4, 2019 concerning cookies, and Article 5(3) of European Directive 2002/58/CE amended by Directive 2009/136/CE, the consortium of the AI4EU Project informs Users that cookies are used on the AI4EU Platform.
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files, implementing tracking mechanisms placed (or may be placed) and/or read on your device when visiting a website, reading an email, or installing or using software or a mobile application.
- Necessary Cookies
- To open a user session’s link
- Analytics and performance cookie
- Establishing attendance aggregate statistics
- Carrying on tests to measure the performance of different versions of Platform to detect browsing problems
- Organizing the navigation between the different contents
- Improving the users’ experience and the technical aspects of the Platform
We do not know the identity of the User nor the specific content the Users accesses. We cannot do any recommendation to the user nor know what the user is interested in.
The user can oppose the deposit of cookies or remove them however the user experience may be degraded.
3. Third Party cookies
4. How can the user manage cookies?
Some cookies respect the Do Not Track (DNT) setting. The DNT is the possibility for the user to indicate through his browser’s setting that he doesn’t want to be tracked for his online activities across websites. You can manage cookies via your browser settings.
You can delete already installed cookies on your device by clearing the browsing history of your browser after visiting the website.
Usually every browser disposes of a settings tab with a “Confidentiality and security” section in which you can find the cookies setting and choose to disable cookies storage.
To help you manage your cookie settings on your device, you may ctrl + click on the link with the browser you are using to see how you can manage it.