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Information regarding Cookies

As with a number of websites, our website www.foyer.lu and all the sites that are linked or related to Foyer may store or retrieve information from the user's Internet browser. This generally takes the form of cookies.

Cookies are small text files, often encrypted, which are found in browser folders (browser cookies or tracking cookies). Cookies are used to improve the user's browsing experience on the website and to perform certain actions, such as website optimisation. Cookies also enable the website to recognise the user.

Their use is subject to the user's express authorisation in accordance with data protection and privacy regulations.

By accessing Foyer websites, users

either accept the entire cookie policy

or set their preferences in the cookie management panel by allowing or prohibiting the storage of cookies according to the service. By authorising the storage of cookies for a service, users thus authorise the recording of cookies on their workstations, resulting in the temporary storage of cookies in a space reserved for this purpose.

The site also uses functional cookies that are not subject to specific authorisations to the extent that they must be stored temporarily because they are necessary for the proper functioning of the proposed service. If these cookies are not stored, a number of features will no longer be accessible and/or usable, but they may be essential to browse in certain areas of our site.

Certain cookies installed by Google are considered to be “functional”. Firstly, they enable us to analyse visits to our pages completely anonymously, with the aim of improving site browsing and the user experience; secondly, they protect our online forms.

Once saved, cookies will not be retained beyond the time necessary for processing. They will never be retained for more than 13 months.

Foyer accepts no liability for the consequences resulting from the altered, degraded or impossible operation of the site and the related services due to the voluntary deletion of cookies by users or their refusal to register them.

Once saved, cookies will not be retained beyond the time necessary for processing. They will never be retained for more than 13 months.

When the user has authorised the storage of cookies, Foyer undertakes to respect the privacy of the website user by not authorising the association of cookies with information that could allow the user to be identified personally. Therefore, users will not be identified from their personal address, date of birth, name or other personal information. Foyer also undertakes not to provide advertisers or third-party sites with any information and guarantees the anonymity of cookie data.

Our website foyer.lu and all associated sites use YouTube, Google and Facebook pixel.

We use YouTube to broadcast videos on our website. These cookies support the video feature. By refusing them, this could prevent viewing of the videos.

This cookie collects IP addresses and tracks your online activities over time and on various websites or other online services by automatically storing information about viewing videos on our website. These technologies can “recognise” you on the different devices you use, such as desktop or laptop, smartphone or tablet.

You can get more details on the use of Google cookies: https://policies.google.com/technologies/types

We use Google Tag Manager. These tools collect information that allows us to understand the interactions with our website, to refine this experience by improving the site, but also to better understand our visitors.

The information is collected anonymously. The website statistics do not contain any personal information relating to users of the website. The cookies used are intended to send information to third parties which then process the data in order to ensure remarketing through products such as AdWords in the Google network. Information, such as the time of the visit, is saved by these cookies. For example, the following additional information is added: is this the user's first visit, what information about the site has guided the user on the web page, etc.

Facebook collects information that allows us to understand the interactions with our website.

We also use this cookie to advertise our content and/or services to a specific audience. This cookie (valid for 12 months) collects IP addresses and tracks your online activities over time and on various sites or other online services by automatically collecting information about browsing on the website.

These technologies can “recognise” you on the different devices you use, such as desktop or laptop, smartphone or tablet.

We do not have access to the information collected by these cookies, but we may use it in aggregated form through the Facebook advertising platform.

You can get more details on the use of Facebook cookies here: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/