Cookies, Cookie Policy, Pixels, Non-Personal Data Collected Automatically

This cookie policy is part of our General Terms and Conditions of Use (GTCU) and you agree to it by using the website of Thalent SA,

Non-personal, anonymous data relating to your connection and browsing is collected during each of your visits to the website Various technologies may be used to collect this data such as “cookies”, “scripts”, “pixels” or “redirections”. All the concerned technologies are grouped and listed here on this page called Cookies.

The purpose of cookies and the other technologies is to activate or improve certain features of the website or to provide information such as remembering your choices, the pages you visited, the good or services you wish to purchase, including providing you with content and advertising that is customised to your interests expressed during your internet browsing or remarketing.

Data collected via cookies:

A cookie is a text file that contains information that is deposited when a web page, mobile application or online advertisement is viewed and stored on your computer or mobile device through a web browser or mobile application.

You can find more information about cookies on the following sites:

Data collected by other advertising tracking technologies: also uses a variety of third-party advertising, statistical and tracking tools that use other technologies such as scripts, pixels and redirects.

Scripts, also called tags is programming code that runs in your browser or mobile application to perform various actions, such as sending information. Scripts are also capable of creating pixels.

Pixels are a computer code that are used to display a transparent or non-transparent image on a web page or in an email.

For example, when a user clicks on a share button on a blog post, a script creates a pixel that counts the share.

Redirects are used to make a web page available under multiple page addresses (URLs). When a browser opens a redirection URL, a page with a different URL is opened.

The different technologies provide access to anonymous information:
About your use of the site and the applications we may have
Concerning the time and date of a page consultation
Concerning a description of the page where the web beacon is placed
Concerning the reading or not of emails that we send you, on the clicks you make
on the links contained in these emails
Relating to the web page or advertisement that redirected you to our website or applications

You can set your browser preferences to accept or decline cookies at any time. Browser creators provide help pages regarding the management of cookies. You will find further information below, e.g:

Google Chrome
Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Safari (desktop)
Safari (mobile)
Android Browser
Opera Mobile

There are also plenty of free applications that you can download and install that allow you to block cookies and most other advertising tracking technologies: they are called cookie blockers or ad blockers.
By blocking cookies or other ad tracking technologies, however, it is possible that some features of our site may no longer work.

Disclaimer of liability

We may update this cookie policy for various legal or operational reasons, but we are not obliged to inform you of such updates. We therefore invite you to regularly consult this page.
By using our website, you agree that if you do not block cookies or other technologies yourself, that the information as explained above will be sent.

You will find further information on the Privacy Policy page.