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COOKIES POLICY

WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a message which, subject to the User's settings, is sent to their terminal when they browse a website. The aim is to collect data relating to their online browsing in order to send personalised services to their terminal (computer, mobile phone or tablet).


HOW DOES THE SITE USE COOKIES?
HOPSCOTCH CONGRES (the "Company") and third-party services use tracking technologies on their terminal, such as cookies, each time the User browses the Site.
Cookies may be created and stored by the Site you are visiting (personal cookies) or by third parties, such as those providing content and analysis services on the Site (third-party cookies).

 

Categories of cookies
- Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary for the basic functions of the Site. The Site cannot function properly without these cookies. The User cannot refuse strictly necessary cookies.

CONTROL COOKIES
For cookies requiring consent, the User is informed of the purpose of these cookies and is given the opportunity to give or refuse consent via the banner located at the bottom of the Site's home page. 
Once they have set their cookies, Users can change their preferences at any time. From the Public Pages, users simply click on the "Select your cookie settings again" button. From the Front Office, users can go to the My Settings > Privacy > Re-select your cookie settings menu. In both cases, unnecessary cookies will be deleted and the page will be refreshed, allowing the user to make their choices again.
To refuse Google Analytics tracking on all sites, please visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. On this website, you will find information about a browser plug-in that can be installed to prevent your data being used by Google Analytics.
With regard to cookies that do not require consent, Users can configure their browser at any time to prevent the creation of cookie files.

However, certain functionalities of the services offered by the Site may not function correctly without these cookies. Furthermore, although most browsers are configured by default to accept the creation of cookie files, the User has the option of accepting the creation of all cookies, apart from functional cookies, of systematically refusing them or of choosing which cookies to accept depending on the sender by configuring the following settings:
- Firefox
- Safari
- Google Chrome
- Opera
- Edge

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