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Cookies can be subdivided into various typologies according to their use: technical cookies and profiling cookies.
Technical cookies are generally necessary for the correct functioning of the website, and in order to consent a better navigation experience; without them you may not be able to visualize web pages correctly, or use some of the services. For example, a technical cookie is essential to keep the user connected during the entire navigation on a website, or to memorize the language and visualization settings, and so on.
Profiling cookies are more complex! These cookies have the task of outlining the user and are used for the purpose of sending publicity messages agreeing with the preferences shown by the user during navigation.
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We use technical cookies, aimed at insuring the correct functioning of our website, and without which your navigation experience would not be pleasant.
In order to improve this blog and understand which parts or elements are the most appreciated by users, Google also employs, as an instrument for an anonymous and aggregated analysis, a cookiecalled Google Analytics. This cookie is not an instrument belonging to the author of the blog, for this reason, if you want more information, you may consult the advisory notice supplied by Google.

Technical cookies are present on the blog Le Paragraphe Exquis, including:
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1  use anonymous navigation (Do Not Track option) in your browser. In order to learn how to activate this option on the main search engines, click on your usual browser  
.3  choose to disable Google Analytics by installing on your browser an additional component for the deactivation. Click here to download it