Cookies policy


This website uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file stored by your browser that allows it to store information between web pages and browsing sessions. These cookies enable ALMA GROUP to store information about your browsing. They also help to understand the behaviour of site users, making your experience and navigation on the site more enjoyable. Cookies can only store text, which is always confidential and often encrypted. ALMA GROUP does not store any personal data in a cookie. Persistent cookies are used for statistical purposes only. No other persistent cookies are placed by the site in the browser. A session cookie valid only for the duration of the visit is set. Third-party cookies (placed by audience analysis services to track navigation or establish users’ navigation profiles from visited sites) may be used.


All web browsers allow you to limit cookie behavior or disable cookies in browser settings or options. The steps to follow are different for each browser. Thanks to your browser, you can also view and delete cookies on your computer. Disabling cookies will affect your navigation on the site.


You can choose to be alerted by your browser each time a cookie is set, or you can choose to disable cookies completely. Check the instructions below to enable or disable cookies on different browsers:


If you are using a different browser or version, check to see if the information is available in the “Help” section of your browser. The CNIL offers a wide range of tools to limit the traceability of your Internet browsing.

If you completely disable cookies, you will no longer have access to many of the site’s features designed to make your experience easier and some services will no longer work properly.

By continuing to browse this site, you accept our policy on the use of cookies.

Cookies are small text files generated by the websites you visit, which allow you to store data that may be useful in the future. This data allows you to keep your information between pages, but also to analyze how you interact with the site.

Cookies are safe as they can only store the information that is provided to the website by the browser, the information that the user may have entered in the browser or or the information in the page request. They cannot execute code, nor can they be used to access your computer. If a website encrypts information contained in a cookie, only that website will be able to read that information.

There are two different types of cookies with different uses and content: temporary and persistent.

Temporary cookies contain information that is used within your browser session. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Nothing is stored on your computer once you have finished browsing. Persistent cookies are used to store information that is used between visits. This data allows sites to recognize that you are a recurring visitor, and adapt accordingly.

Cookies are used by the site to keep information about your session while you are browsing the site, to keep details of your browsing and to check if you are connected.