Cookies policy for https://www.learningforwellbeing.org/ and all our associated websites
We do not collect information that identifies you, unless such information is directly provided to us by you, when voluntarily contacting us via email.
A cookie is a tiny element of data stored on the hard drive of the terminal’s User (computer, tablet, mobile) through a navigation browser when visiting on-line services. Cookies are widely used by websites. They guarantee their functioning or improve the browsing, and supply also certain information, in particular in terms of measure of audience, to the owners of these websites. Cookies set up by the Website can appears when the User registers to calculate how long the User stays on the confirmation page in order to redirect him to the Website. Cookies can also include information concerning the on-line preferences of the Users and allow adapting the Website to your centers of interest.
Cookies cause no damage to the terminal, but allow some actions more easily, such as finding preferences, to fulfill in advance certain fields and to adapt the contents of the services of the Website.
You have the option to configure your devices to accept all cookies, notify you when a cookie is issued or never accept cookies. However, the latter option may result in some personalized services not being provided and, as a result, you may not be able to take full advantage of all the features offered by the Website.
If you do not wish to receive cookies in general or only wish to refuse certain cookies, you can change your browser settings accordingly.
For Internet Explorer:
To disable cookies on your computer:
For any other browser not mentioned above, the User does not hesitate to consult the cookie management help available on the website.
The functional cookies enable the Website:
The User can however oppose these various operations by configuring his browser, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox, by following the instructions, also indicated above, which are supplied for that purpose on his/her browser website. In case of exercise of the right of opposition, Learning for Well-Being confirms that no connection data will be transmitted to any supplier of analysis of audience tools. Moreover, the User has a right to access to its own data that he/she can exercise by contacting the concerned supplier, by specifying the number identifying of the cookie which will be attributed to him/her by the latter.
Social media cookies
Our Website incorporates functionality from third-party sites, including certain social networks. These features may sometimes be accompanied by scripts or other features that read and sometimes place cookies from these social networks on your device. These cookies can be used to personalize advertising messages. Although we have no access to these cookies, nor any control over these social networks which are responsible for their own processing, nor to the data they collect including in the context of a data transfer outside the European Union when some of them are located in the United States, we have deemed it essential to mention them so that you have clear and complete information that their use may, if necessary, require that you give your consent. For additional information, please refer to the list of potential social network cookies below.
The following Twitter features can be integrated into our Website and may read or place Twitter cookies:
Sign in to Twitter (which allows the user to sign in to their Twitter account and interact with our website through that account)
Share and follow on Twitter (which allows the user to share with others an item on Twitter)
The following YouTube features can be integrated into our Website and may read or place YouTube cookies:
Share on YouTube (which allows the user to share with others an item on YouTube)
Cookies stored by Learning for Well-Being or by third parties when you visit the Website do not recognize you personally as an individual, but only the device used. Cookies do not store any personal data directly nominative but simply give information on your navigation so that the terminal can be recognized later.