Your personal data

When visiting our site, cookies are placed on the hard drive (the "memory") of your computer. These coockies allow:

  • to your computer to access more quickly the pages and features of the site luciollle,
  • to our team, to establish general statistics on the number of visits to our site (to evaluate the favorite pages of the Internet users),
  • our team to offer you offers that potentially interest you more than others.

You can remove these coockies from your computer at any time. Below, we explain in detail what is a coocky (a "coocky", "coockies"), and how to delete it if you wish.

     What about cookies ? 

A cookie is a text file that the site (server) you visit saves on your hard drive or in your browser's memory.

The "browser" is the software specific to your computer that allows you to connect to the internet. The main ones are: Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera.

These coockies allow your computer to store different traces of your passage, that is to say, technical data allowing the general control of public access to the site (number of visits, frequency of exposure to a banner, connecting to other sites ...) or customizing the pages displayed for your next interactions with this site (your account, your course ...).

Cookies on the website

When talking about "coockies of the site", it is about cookies deposited by on your mobile, tablet or computer for the needs of the navigation on our Internet site and for the evaluation of the utility and the feasibility of the site.

     Personal data collected 

When you visit like most sites you visit and visit, your computer will interact with a server that provides all the resources requested by automatically saving each operation to a specific file where your computer is located. identified by its IP address an encrypted address specific to you or your internet service provider).

Your browser automatically sends us some standard data that has nothing to do with your privacy stricto sensu or the contents of your hard drive. In addition to your IP address, this includes "generalist" data such as the type of browser you use, its features, your operating system, identification of the third party site (Facebook, Twitter ...) from which you eventually logged in as well as the date and time of access to the site.

This automatic collection allows us to monitor the general activity of the site, to identify errors and to ensure that the site has the appropriate material resources.

These data and in particular your IP address do not allow us to identify you by name, except to question your access provider, which is only possible in the context of a legal proceeding.

Like many commercial Internet sites, we collect information automatically during each visit you make to (documents consulted, page, links clicked ...). This personal information about you helps to facilitate the consultation of this site by avoiding you to provide the same information for each new visit or by personalizing its content according to the preferences or interests that you could emit.

     For the same purpose, the website produces cookies.

We may use cookies to record your user ID (digital identity) to facilitate your search for information, as well as to retain other information of interest to your session. Some of these cookies, especially those relating to your journey on the site, are automatically deleted at the end of your session. They are kept within the time set by the administration for soliciting clients and prospects.

Finally, others are used in an aggregated way, and therefore anonymous, to allow us to improve navigation ergonomics and to identify the interests of Internet users as a whole.

You are free to accept or refuse these cookies. Just change some of your browser settings to refuse cookies or to be notified if a cookie is stored on your computer. You can also delete cookies stored on your computer to permanently delete the information they contain.

     Cookies from our technical partners

        Audience measurement cookies

We use Google Analytics to collect information about your use of the website. This collection for several purposes:

  • To improve the services and the product sheets of the site
  • To ensure better search engine rankings so you can always find us better on the Internet.
  • Measure and study the effectiveness of the information we deliver to our visitors.
  • To follow the analytical data on the site and the use made of the site by the users.

Google Analytics collects and stores information about :

  • The way you found the site and how did you get to the site (search engine, referring site, social networks (Facebook,...), ...)
  • The pages that interest you on and that you visit
  • The time you spend on these pages
  • The links clicked during the visit on the site

We do not collect your personal information with coockies. Your name or address, for example, is only collected during voluntary purchase or subscription to our newsletter. For more information on the management of our purchasing process, we invite you to read our general conditions of sale.

We do not give Google Analytics permission to use or share this data.

You can also define not to send information to the Google Analytics service through the download and installation of a module (

    Your preferences

You have several techniques to manage the storage and use of cookies.

Your browser can be set by you to notify you of cookies that are stored on your computer and ask you to accept or decline them.

On a case-by-case basis, you can accept or reject cookies, or refuse them systematically. Please note that such a setting may change your experience on our site.

The configuration of each browser is different. Check the "Help" section of your browser. Here are just about the procedures to follow for each of the major browsers.

We offer a summary of these procedures.

These procedures may vary depending on the evolution and update of your internet browser.

1) in case you use Internet Explorer browser

In Internet Explorer, click the "Tools" button, then "Internet Options".

Under the "General" tab, under "Browsing History", click "Settings".

Click on the "View files" button.

Click the "Name" column header to sort all the files in alphabetical order, and then browse through the list until you see files that begin with the "Cookie" prefix. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie).

Select the cookie (s) with the name "luciollle" and delete them.

Close the window that contains the list of files, then double-click "OK" to return to Internet Explorer.

2)  in case you use Firefox

Go to the "Tools" tab of the browser and select the "Options" menu

In the window that appears, choose "Privacy" and click on "Show cookies"

Locate which files contain the name "luciollle"

Select them and delete them.

3)  in case you use Google Chrome

Click on the "Tools" menu icon.

Select "Options".

Click on the "Advanced Options" tab and go to the "Privacy" section.

Click on the "Show cookies" button.

Locate the files that contain the name "luciollle" Select them and delete them.

Click on "Close" to return to your browser

4)  in case you use Safari

In your browser, choose the "Edit> Preferences" menu.

Click on "Security".

Click on "Show Cookies".

Select cookies that contain the name "luciollle" and click "Clear" or "Clear all".

After deleting the cookies, click on "Done".