When you first visit our site, you will be informed by an information banner at the bottom of your screen that information relating to your navigation may be recorded in files called "cookies".
In accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR), we need your consent to use these cookies, the main purpose of which is to provide you with an improved, faster and more secure visiting and shopping experience. If you choose not to receive our cookies, we cannot guarantee that your experience will be as satisfactory as it would otherwise be.
What exactly are "Cookies"?
A cookie is a small file composed of numbers and letters that is stored in the memory of your browser and/or your device when you visit our Site.
These cookies allow our Site to store information that allows us to offer you a better visiting and purchasing experience. These small data files stored on your device speed up the layout while allowing our Site to record certain information when you visit or use our services, applications or messaging systems. Cookies also allow us to know, for example, whether you have visited our Site before or are a new visitor and help us identify the features of the Site that are of most interest to you.
The information and data collected by cookies do not identify you by name and are used solely for our company's purposes to improve the performance and interactivity of our Site.
The different types of cookies
We have decided to explain how cookies work by listing the different types used, their name, their purpose and their retention period.
But before that, we will give you some technical explanations.
Internal cookies and third-party cookies
Cookies can be considered as internal or third party cookies depending on the domain that sets them.
Internal cookies are the cookies set by our Site when you visit it, i.e. displayed in the URL window (set by www.unbonheurdecolibri.be).
Third-party cookies are those set by a domain other than the domain of the website you are visiting. So if you visit our Site and another company sets a cookie through our Site, it is a third-party cookie.
Permanent and Session Cookies
Depending on the duration of the cookie, cookies may be considered permanent or session cookies.
A permanent cookie remains on the user's device for the lifetime specified in that cookie and is activated each time the user visits the site that created and deposited that cookie, until it expires or is deleted by the user.
A session cookie links to a user's actions only during a browser session. A session begins when a user opens a browser window and ends when the browser window is closed, at which point all session cookies are deleted.
Cookies With or Without Consent
In accordance with the recommendations of the CNIL (Commission National de l'Informatique et des Libertés), certain cookies are exempt from the prior collection of your consent insofar as they are strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the site visited, to allow or facilitate communication by electronic means.
For all other cookies (functionality cookies, analytical cookies, advertising cookies, beacons, etc.), we need your consent to install these cookies and use them for optimal navigation during your visit.
Cookies used by our Site during your visit
On our website www.unbonheurdecolibri.be, we use the following cookies:
- Strictly necessary cookies - These cookies are mandatory in order to follow up on the request that you have initiated. These cookies allow us to memorize the information you have provided during your navigation, to manage your connected/disconnected status, to personalize your interface, ...
You cannot choose to refuse these cookies because our Site cannot function properly without them.
These include Cookies beginning with Prestashop-074 (used by our computer system)
- Consent Cookies - These cookies are generated by a computer module to manage and store your consent to accept cookies on our Site.
These are called _lglaw cookies.
These internal and permanent cookies are issued and entirely managed by Un Bonheur de Colibri.
- Performance or Analytical Cookies - These cookies allow us to collect data about your use of our Site, including the content you click on while browsing, your location, your IP address, ... in order to measure the effectiveness and interaction between users and our Site.
Please keep in mind that if you do not allow performance cookies, it prevents us from learning what you like or dislike about our Site so that we can improve it.
These cookies come from third-party analytics tools, but only for the purpose stated above.
These are only Google Analytics which uses the following Cookies: _dc_gtm_UA-66064301-1, _ga, _gid
As previously explained, when you first connect to our Site, we ask for your permission to install cookies.
We strongly advise you to accept this use for optimal comfort.
- If you agree to the use of these cookies, our computer system will install these small files on your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, ...).
We then keep your consent for 1 year, which avoids displaying this warning banner for cookies at each of your visits to our Site and having to ask you for your consent. On the other hand, once this one-year period has elapsed, our Site will ask you for your consent again for a new annual period.
- If you refuse to accept the use of these cookies, our computer system will block all cookies (except those strictly necessary for the proper functioning of our Site as explained above). Until we have your consent, all cookies will be automatically blocked. At any time, you will have the opportunity to accept the use of these cookies to enjoy all the benefits of our Site.
How can you control cookies?
Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your browser settings to erase cookies or prevent automatic acceptance.
Browsers usually offer the option to see the cookies currently stored on your device and accept, reject or delete cookies, block third-party cookies, block cookies from particular sites, accept all cookies, or receive a notification when a cookie is issued.
You can find this in the "options" or "preferences" menu of your browser to change the settings. Also, feel free to check the "Help" section of your browser, which usually provides detailed information on how this is accomplished.
This "Cookie Usage Policy" page was last updated on May 19, 2018 in accordance with the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).