Cookie Policy

WHAT IS A COOKIE?

WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE?

When you access our Services, the types of Cookies listed below may be placed on your Device. They are categorised by source, technical features and purposes. These categories are not mutually exclusive; a Cookie may belong to several of the following categories.

- COOKIES FROM INTERNAL SOURCE (FIRST-PARTY COOKIES)
First-party Cookies are placed on your Device directly by us and can only be read by our Services. They can be “session” or “persistent” Cookies (see below). For example, we use first-party Cookies to speed up the log-in process or enhance your user experience.

- COOKIES FROM EXTERNAL SOURCE (THIRD-PARTY COOKIES)
Third-party Cookies are placed on your Device by some of our third-party partners. For example, they are used in relation to audience measurement analysis and to improve the relevance of our Services’ content.

- SESSION COOKIES
Session Cookies are temporarily stored on your Device while you are using our Services. They become invalid once the browser session is closed. We and our partners use session Cookies to manage and measure your access and use of our Services during a single browser session and ensure the best performance of our Services.

- PERSISTENT COOKIES
Persistent Cookies are placed on your Device during a browser session and remain stored on your Device for a defined period of time after you leave our Services. Persistent Cookies allow our Services to remember your preferences such as language and other local settings to make your next visit easier. We and our partners may also use persistent Cookies for analytical purposes.

- TECHNICAL COOKIES
Technical Cookies are mandatory to navigate this website and securely access our Services, while enhancing your user experience.

- ANALYTICS COOKIES
Analytics Cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our Services and help us run our Platform more efficiently. We also use analytics Cookies to analyse our Services traffic (as well as measure and review the effectiveness of our interactive online content, its characteristics, advertising and other communication).

- ADVERTISING COOKIES & PIXELS
Advertising Cookies & Pixels help us provide adverts targeted to your interest. They also help us evaluate and optimise our advertising campaigns on third-party platforms, such as sponsored posts on social media or banners on other websites, according to the preferences expressed by users of these third-party platforms.

LIST OF COOKIES WE USE ON OUR SERVICES

The following tables categorise and describe the various Cookies and Pixels used on our Services. The list may not be exhaustive.

TECHNICAL COOKIES

Company Name Description Int./Ext. Duration
New Relic _dc_gtm_UA-# Used to load other scripts and code into a page, in link with Google Tag Manager & Google Universal Analytics. External Session
New Relic JSESSIONID Used to maintain an anonymous user session by the server. External Session
Audemars Piguet loggedIn Used to link your Device to your username to speed up your login process to our Services. Internal Session
Audemars Piguet XSRF-TOKEN Used to enhance security of our Services and prevent repeated attempts at intrusions of our Services. Internal Session
Audemars Piguet laravel_session Used to create a session ID for the user, so that the system itself can identify the user as a unique and individual user, distinct from anyone else looking at the website. Internal Session
Audemars Piguet ap-cp-dismissed Used to remember that a user already closed the “We use cookies…" bottom bar. Internal 1 month
Audemars Piguet ap-cp-ok / ap-cp-no Used to remember the cookie choice of the user for 1 year. Internal 1 year

Analytics Cookies

Company Name Description Int./Ext. Duration
Google _gid Used to store and update a unique value for each page visited. In link with Google Universal Analytics. External Session
Google _ga Used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a client identifier. In link with Google Universal Analytics. External Session
Google _gcl_au Used by Google AdSense for experimenting with advertisement efficiency across websites using their services. External 3 months
Google __utma Used to distinguish users and sessions. External 2 years
Google __utmt Used to throttle request rate. External 10 minutes
Google __utmb Used to determine new sessions/visits. External 30 minutes
Google __utmc Used to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit. External Session
Google __utmz Used to store the traffic source: how the user reached your site. External 6 months

ADVERTISING COOKIES & PIXELS

Company Name Description INT./EXT. DURATION
Trade Desk TDID Used to recognize web-browser profiles over time across sites. More information here: Link. External 1 year
BPN Advertising Agency DCID Used to track when someone landed on a page. In some cases, tracking tags pass information on what actions a user took on a given page. Tracking tags are not seen by users and are also known as pixels, tracking pixels, retargeting pixels, or conversion pixels. External 540 days
xaxis Group M Mookie ID & Mookie mdata Used to recognize and map analytics insights on users based on randomly generated IDs, with no personal nor sensitive data. Insights such as web interest, demographic data, or browsing information. More information here: Link. External 395 days
xaxis Group M Mookie syncdata_ Used to store a unique visitor ID to provide targeting solutions. External 10 days
DoubleClick.net IDE Used to carry out information about the user use of the website and any advertising that the end user may have seen before visiting the said website. External 18 months
DoubleClick.net test_cookie Used to determine if the user's browser supports cookies. External Session
DoubleClick.net NID Used to help build a profile of user's interests and display relevant ads on other sites. External 6 months
Google.com 1P_JAR Used to carry out information about the user use of the website and any advertising that the end user may have seen before visiting the said website. External 1 month
Google.com DV Used to help user to select the job opening that best suits them. External 2 years
adsrvr.org TDCPM / TDID Used to carry out information about the user use of the website and any advertising that the end user may have seen before visiting the said website. External 1 year
ResponseTap adiV Used to link campaigns, channels and keywords that make users pick up the phone. External 1 year
ResponseTap adiBas Used to link campaigns, channels and keywords that make users pick up the phone. External 14 days
ResponseTap adVi / adiS / adiErr / adiLP Used to link campaigns, channels and keywords that make users pick up the phone. External Session
Linked In pixel Used for LinkedIn Insights and Ads Tags user analysis. External Webpage
Twitter pixel Used to improve user experience and optimize advertising campaigns. External Webpage
Facebook pixel Used to enable social media functionality and optimize advertising campaigns. External Webpage
Pinterest _pinterest_cm Used for content sharing. External 1 year

MANAGE MY COOKIE SETTINGS

HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES IN MY BROWSER?

ACCEPTING COOKIES

Most internet browsers are set up to automatically accept Cookies. You can change the settings of your browser to block Cookies based on their origin or to alert you when Cookies are being sent to your Device. For further information, please refer to the paragraph below "How to?"

DECLINING AND DELETING COOKIES

If you choose to decline or delete Cookies stored on your Device, not all features of our Services may operate as intended. This will affect our site’s content and our Services accessible by logging in. Also, we and our service providers will be unable to identify the type of browser your Device is using for technical compatibility purposes, as well as language and display preferences. As a consequence, we are not liable if certain features on our Services are inoperative or less efficient.

HOW TO?

The procedure for managing cookies and cookie preferences is slightly different for each browser. You can check the steps for managing cookies in your particular browser's help menu.

o for Internet Explorer™
o for Safari™
o for Chrome™
o for Firefox™
o for Opera™

Further information about the use of Cookies, including how to detect, manage and delete them, can be found on the Network Advertising Initiative Opt-out webpage http://optout.networkadvertising.org/ as well as on http://www.aboutads.info/choices and http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices/.

THIRD-PARTY DATA MANAGEMENT

Third parties process data within the scope of their own privacy policies. Please find below the privacy policies of the main third parties with whom we collaborate. You will find information on how such third parties manage their Cookies and how to manage your settings.

Facebook
o Privacy Policy
o Opt-out

Google
o Privacy Policy
o Opt-out Google Analytics
o Opt-out Google Ads Remarketing

Twitter
o Privacy Policy

LinkedIn
o Privacy Policy

Global
o Opt-out
o Opt-out

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