This policy applies to cookies and other technologies used on the public electronic communication services published by Browning that are user-accessible via a connection terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc), from the following addresses among others:
Browning.eu, Winchesterint.com, Miroku.eu, fr.browning-blog.eu, en.browning-blog.eu,…
Browning International may, at any time and without prior notice, but subject to the issue of a special notice, make changes to all or part of this cookies policy relating to the services published by Browning International.
1. Definitions
1.1. Cookies
Cookies are non-executable text files placed on your computer or device by us or by a third party (advertiser, advertising agency) when you browse our Services, unless blocked by you. The data we collect as you browse and use our Services is for our attention.
The Cookies that we manage allow us to, for example, know how many terminals are accessing our Services, to gather statistics on the number of visits, tailor Service and advertising content, save users having to re-enter information they have already provided from their current terminal, etc. By continuing to browse our Services, you are agreeing to our use of cookies on your terminal. Disabling the use of cookies entirely may prevent you enjoying the full range of features available from our Services.
1.2. Other trackers and similar technologies
We may also use other, similar technologies on our sites, such as tags and/or web beacons. This takes the form of, for example, bits of code included in a web page’s HTML code that can detect when a user visits our Services. They communicate with servers for purposes such as those indicated below.
2. Types of cookies and similar technologies used by our services
2.1. Preference cookies
Some cookies collect information about browser and/or terminal settings such as display resolution, choice of language, security settings, etc. Being able to tailor the layout of our Services to your settings is a vital feature in delivering full Service usability.
2.2. Session cookies
Session cookies store information entered by you on our forms when signing up for one of our Services. .
2.3. Analytics cookies
Analytics cookies compile statistics about the number of visits and how our Services are used. This allows us to create statistical reports on visitor numbers, displays, advertising in our advertising areas and how visitors interact with these areas. They also enable us to track billing to third-party advertisers who use our Services.
2.4. Social networking “share” cookies
Social networking sites may place cookies on your terminal so that you can share the content of our Services. Some of our Services contain buttons that enable these social networks to identify you while you are browsing our Services.
We have no control over these cookies or the data that is collected by social networks. For further information about these applications, you should read the individual privacy policy of each social network site:
• Facebook
• Twitter
• Google +
3. How users can block cookies
3.1. Browser configuration options
You can change your browser options at any time to allow or block the use of cookie files on your terminal or access to the browsing data contained in or related to these files.
Cookie files may be stored temporarily in a dedicated space on your terminal if your browser settings allow cookies files to be kept on your terminal.
Further information and assistance may be found on the help page of the browser you are using:
• Internet Explorer™
• Firefox™
• Safari™
• Chrome™
• Opera™
To change the “share” cookie settings for social networks, please visit the following pages:
• Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/help/360595310676682/
• Twitter :
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20171379-twitter-prend-en-charge-la-desactivation-du-suivi-dnt#
• Google + : https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=fr
To change your analytics and statistical cookie settings, please visit the following pages:
• Google Analytics : https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr
Users should note that this list is not exhaustive.
For practical advice about these options and how to delete cookies from your terminal according to the browser you use, you should read the “Vos traces” section on the French data protection authority (CNIL) website:
http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/