Utilisation des cookies

The http://www.vinci-concessions.fr website published by VINCI Concessions, hereafter “the Site” uses cookies to offer you personalised access and facilitate navigation around the Site. By using this site and accepting this policy, you authorise us to use cookies in compliance with the terms and conditions of this policy.


About cookies

Cookies are small text files that often contain a unique identifier. They are sent from a web server to a web browser then back to the web server whenever a browser requests access to a web page.
Web servers use cookies to identify and track users when they consult the different pages of a website and identify users who request access several times to the same website. Cookies facilitate navigation around a website and guarantee the security of connections.
Cookies may be persistent or temporary. A persistent cookie is a text file sent by a server to a web browser and stored in the browser. It remains valid until a defined expiry date (unless the user deletes it before the expiry date). A temporary (or “session”) cookie expires at the end of the user session when the web browser is closed.

Cookies used on this site

The website uses temporary and persistent cookies on its website.
The cookies we may send fall into four categories:
Functional cookies: these cookies are essential for navigating around our Site (as session identifiers) allowing you to use the main functionalities of the Site and secure your connection.
Performance and analytical cookies: these cookies inform us about the use and performance of our Site and enable us to compile statistics concerning user volumes and use of the various elements of our site (content viewed, itinerary) so that we can improve the content and ease of use of our services (the pages or sections most often consulted, the most-read articles, etc.).
Cookies are also used to count the visitors to a page.
Social media cookies: share links to Facebook, Twitter and any other similar social network allow you to share content with other people. When you use these share buttons, a third-party cookie is installed. If you are connected to the social network when navigating our Site, the share buttons link the content consulted to your user account.
Advertising cookies: these cookies are used to offer ads matching your personal interests, on our Site, but also on other websites. They are used, in particular, to limit the number of times that you see an ad and help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign

How we use cookies

Cookies do not contain any information likely to identify you directly, although we do have the possibility of linking the personal information collected by other means to the data stored in the cookies and obtained through their use.
The Site may use the information collected via cookies on how you use the Site to:

  • recognise your computer when it connects to the Site
  • track you when you are browsing the Site and enable you to use specific personalised functionalities
  • simplify use of the Site
  • analyse the way the Site is used
  • offer you personalised content.

Third-party cookies

When you use the Site, you are also likely to receive cookies sent by third parties.

The Site may contain cookies sent by third parties. The Site cannot accept any liability for cookies sent by third parties.
Furthermore, the Site uses Google Analytics to analyse the way the Site is used. Google Analytics generates statistics and other information relating to use of the Site thanks to the cookies stored in the user’s system.
Google records this data.
Google’s privacy policy is available at: www.google.com/privacypolicy.html.

Management of cookie settings

The Site provides a tool for managing cookie settings, which is visible at the bottom of the page in the bar dedicated to use of cookies.

In addition, most browsers allow you to refuse cookies:


NB: blocking all cookies may however have a negative impact on ease of use of the Site, in that it could prevent you from using all its functionalities.

More information about cookies

For more information about cookies, you can go to the CNIL site at: www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/.

For more information about social media (share) cookies and advertising cookies, you can go to the site set up by digital advertising professionals brought together in the EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance) which is managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau: www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/.