When you browse this website, Encore Productions may store various text files, called "cookies", on your terminal equipment.
Cookies make it possible, for example, to keep your session active and to facilitate your navigation on websites. There are proprietary cookies, installed directly by the website on which you are browsing, but also third-party cookies that come from elements displayed on the web page such as images or advertisements.
General information about cookies
A cookie is a text file that is placed on your computer and stores information that can then be read back by the server. Cookies are often used to facilitate user navigation. The cookie text file will contain various information such as your unique identification number but will not personally identify you.
The installation of cookies on a user's terminal equipment is governed by various laws and regulations. Certain types of cookies may automatically be installed on your computer, such as those whose sole purpose is to enable or facilitate communication by electronic means, and others must obtain the consent of the user to be installed, particularly when the cookie will analyze your behavior on the Internet to offer you targeted advertising.
This website uses only one type of cookie to allow you the best possible navigation on the website.
- Google Analytics
The Google Analytics application which is a tool to measure our Internet audience. The information collected by this application is anonymous and only describes general trends on our website such as the number of visitors currently online. This application thus implements a cookie that will identify at what time you connect to the website, if you have already visited our website or from which other website you have been redirected to ours.
You can prevent us from using this application by downloading a deactivation add-on for your browser at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
How long cookies are stored
Cookies are kept for a period of 13 months from your last connection to the website.
Setting cookies on your browser
Cookies are deposited according to the browser (like Firefox, Internet explorer, Chrome, Safari) that you use. You can at any time configure your browser to customize your cookie settings.
Setting cookies on Internet Explorer:
1. Click on the "Tools" button at the top of your browser and select "Internet Options".
2. Go to the "Privacy" tab, then under "Settings" and move the cursor up to block the maximum number of cookies or move the cursor down to allow the maximum number of cookies.
3. Press "OK" to save your settings.
Setting cookies on Firefox:
1. Click on the "Firefox" button at the top of your browser and select "Options".
2. Select the "Privacy" tab.
3. Check the "Accept cookies" box to enable cookies for the sites on which you are browsing. Uncheck this box if you want to disable cookies. The total deactivation of cookies can cause slowdowns during the consultation of certain Internet sites
4. Choose how long you want cookies to be stored:
"Keep them until they expire" means that each cookie on your terminal equipment will be deleted when it reaches its expiration date, which is determined by the site that implements the cookie.
"Keep them until: closing Firefox" means that the cookies stored on your computer will be deleted each time you close your Firefox browser.
"Keep them until: ask me each time" means that your Firefox browser will ask you for permission each time a website tries to set you a cookie.
5. Click "OK" to close the "Options" window and save your Firefox browser settings.
Setting cookies to Chrome :
1. Click the "Customize and control Google Chrome" button at the top of your browser and select "Settings".
2. Click on "Display advanced settings...".
3. Click the "Content Settings..." button in the "Privacy" submenu.
4. Choose the cookie settings you want:
"Allow local data storage (recommended)" means that you allow your Google Chrome browser to store both proprietary and third-party cookies.
"Keep local data until I leave my browser session only" means that you allow websites on which you browse during your session to set proprietary cookies and third-party cookies. When you leave your session (close Google Chrome), these cookies will be automatically deleted from your terminal equipment.
"Prohibit all sites from storing data" means that no cookies will be placed on your terminal equipment. This option can hinder your navigation on websites, especially those requiring a connection on your part.
1. Select the "Block cookies and third-party site data" checkbox if you do not want third-party cookies to be installed on your terminal equipment. This option blocks all third-party cookies, even those from websites that you have added to the exceptions.
2. Click "OK" to close the "Content Settings" window and save your Google Chrome browser settings.