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Hôtel Korner Océan
85 avenue Georges Pompidou
40130 Capbreton
Phone: +33 (0)7 68 08 99 86
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The transposition in French law of European directives called "Telecoms Package" highlights informing internet users regarding cookies. The French government has transposed these new standards in a decree published on 24 August 2011 called "Paquet télécom" in French.

2. What do we mean when we say "cookie"?

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The CNIL is aware that editors need to measure the audiences of their websites. It has observed that cookies are frequently used for this purpose and that this device also contributes to the service provided to the internet user. The traffic statistics in particular allow editors to detect navigation issues on their website or to highlight some content specifically requested by internet users.

Given the specific purpose of these cookies and a very limited risk with regard to privacy protection, the CNIL has decided to consider that these cookies may be implemented without prior consent from internet users. However, to benefit from this consent exemption, the CNIL considers that this process must comply with the following specific conditions:

- Information: Clear and comprehensive information must be provided by the website editor to ensure transparency on the use of traffic analysis tools.
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