1. Definition of cookies
A cookie is a text file that can be placed in a designated place on your computer’s hard disk when you view an online service using your browsing software. It is sent to your browser by the website’s server. An anonymous identifier is allocated to each cookie. A cookie cannot be traced back to an individual. When you view the “ghostlemusical.com” site, we may install various cookies, subject to your acceptance:
- session cookies, which disappear as soon as you leave the site;
- permanent cookies, which remain on your terminal until they expire or until you delete them using your browser’s functionalities; and
- statistical cookies (which make it possible to measure our website’s audience).
Only the issuer of a cookie can read or amend the information that it contains.
2. Accepting or not accepting cookies
In accordance with the recommendations of the CNIL (the French Data Protection Agency), when you first log on to the “ghostlemusical.com” website, you will be expressly asked to accept the site’s cookies. The period of validity of such consent is a maximum of 13 months. You can, however, object to cookies being placed on your computer by following the method set out in the paragraph headed “Your choices with regard to cookies” below. However, please note that if you uninstall cookies or object to their installation on your computer, we cannot be held responsible for the fact that you may not be able to use certain functionalities, pages or areas of the website.
3. Your choices with regard to cookies
You can choose to accept the installation of cookies on your terminal and can change that decision at any time by amending the configuration of your internet browser. Depending on the type of browser, you will have the following options: to accept or reject cookies of any origin or from a given source, or to have a message displayed asking for your consent each time a cookie is placed on your terminal. In order to make or amend your choices, you should refer to your browser’s help menu or dedicated section. For example:
- Internet Explorer