Privacy Policy

Use of Cookies

Based on the choices you have made regarding cookies, information relating to browsing on your device (computer, tablet, cell phone, etc.) may be saved in the “cookie” files on your device when you visit our website.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file that the server installs on your computer when you visit a website or click on an advertisement. It collects browsing information. Some cookies are necessary to use the site, while others help to optimise and customise the content displayed to you.

Different types of cookies

Biotope cookies

These cookies are installed by Biotope on your computer, tablet or cell phone for browsing, and to optimise and personalisethe services on our site.

Analytical cookies

These cookies track user browsing habits. They are used to analyse your browsing activities, such as your favourite pages and the pages from which you leave the site. This allows us to adapt our website to suit your needs and provide you the most relevant content.

Third party cookies

These cookies let you share our site’s contents on social media. You do this by clicking on the “Share” button in Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google +, etc.

Cookie settings on your Internet browser


Most browsers let you control the cookies on your computer.
Your browser can show you which cookies are installed on your computer and ask you whether you want to accept them at any time.
You can accept or reject cookies on a case-by-case basis or reject them all automatically.

You can disable cookies as follows:

Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then Internet options.
Under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies (or the bottom to allow all cookies), and then select OK
Click View Files.

Firefox

Click on Tools and then select Options.
In the window, choose Privacy Settings and then “Accept cookies from sites”

Safari

Click the “Safari” menu, choose “Preferences”.
Click on the Privacy tab.
Choose your preferred Cookies setting.

Google Chrome

Click the Tools menu icon.
Select Settings.
Click on Advanced to display Privacy and security.
Click Content Settings and then Cookies.