What is a cookie ?
A cookie is a text file that may be recorded, subject to your choices, in a dedicated space on the hard drive of your terminal, when viewing a web page. These files can then be read by the site that saved it.
Cookies and storage variables of the calagenda site
It is important to differentiate:
- Cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the site, used for the sole purpose of facilitating navigation. This information remains anonymous and is not stored on the server.
These are precisely and only cookies which allow the Internet user to obtain in a single click the calendar corresponding to their preferences: model used for each periodicity, display of saints, title of the calendar, last calendar used.
- Local storage variables
- Calendar data, birthdays, holidays to wish, activity monitoring, periodic activity reports.
- Customization settings for each calendar template.
Cookies and local storage variables defined above are never stored on a server, and are never transmitted to third parties.
Furthermore, no information about your identity (name, address, email, telephone, etc.) will be requested from you, except for the contact form, and in this case, this data is not kept. This gives you the assurance that your privacy is preserved.
Third-party cookies and similar technologies
The Internet user has two options:
- Via the consent procedure, he can accept or refuse personalized ads.
- Via the 'Choose your ad' or 'AdChoices' link available on each AdSense ad unit, you can deactivate or modify the delivery of ads by center of interest.
This site being 100% free for Internet users, advertisements contribute to financing hosting and maintenance costs. Advertising blocking tools installed by Internet users allow you to accept advertising for a particular site.
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