This Cookie Management Charter is aimed at users of the website (hereafter referred to as the ‘WEBSITE’), i.e. all persons who access and browse this WEBSITE.

By browsing this WEBSITE, you agree that the cookies described hereunder may be stored on your device in accordance with the provisions of this Cookie Management Charter.

Who is collecting my data?

The entity responsible for handling all user data collected via the WEBSITE is the company EMAIL MARKETING (hereafter referred to as ‘DOLIST’):

  • with a capital of 256,224 Euros
  • whose legal status is: Simplified joint-stock company
  • listed on the Companies & Commerce Register of Bordeaux under No. 432 711 521
  • with its headquarters at 6 Avenue Henry Le Châtelier, 33700 MÉRIGNAC, France
  • whose intra-community VAT No. is FR 654 327 115 21, SIREN No. is 432 711 521 and APE code is 6201 Z
  • whose legal representative is the company DIGITALMOON
  • whose email address is and telephone number is (+33) 05 57 26 25 70.

The director of publication of the website is Jean-Paul LIEUX, Associate Director of Dolist.

What is a cookie?

Un cookie est un petit fichier texte déposé sur le disque dur de votre terminal lors de votre visite sur un site Internet.

Il enregistre certaines informations sur votre navigation ou sur votre comportement en ligne qui nous permettent d’améliorer et de faciliter votre expérience en qualité d’internaute.

What are cookies used for?

The WEBSITE uses cookies to identify web users, in order to improve the browsing experience and the services on offer.

In practice, cookies also allow us to verify your identity and may also be used to record your preferences or measure the way you use our WEBSITE.

Cookies on our website, and their purpose

DOLIST is committed to transparency in data handling.

As such, and in order to ensure that our policy is as clear as possible, the table below contains a list of all of the cookies found on our WEBSITE and their purpose:

1. Third-party cookies

When you visit our WEBSITE, it is possible that partner businesses will store cookies on your device.

The use of these cookies is subject to the same restrictions regarding the protection of personal data set out in Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and Council dated 24th October 1995 (hereafter the ‘DIRECTIVE’).

You can disable third-party cookies in the settings of your internet browser. They include:

1.1. Cookies relating to advertising operations

These cookies are used by advertising partners on the WEBSITE. The cookies contained in these advertisements are designed to provide information and statistics on their pertinence and distribution (number of users clicking on the ad, number of times it appears etc.).

“Google Analytics” Cookies:

These cookies, described in detail at, allow for the collection of anonymised information and statistical reports on the usage of the WEBSITE, without you being personally identified by Google.

  • _ga: Used to identify visitors to the website.
  • _gat_UA-976288-6: Used to improve request processing times.
  • _gat_UA-976288-29: Used to improve request processing times.
  • __utma: Used to identify users and sessions. This cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
  • __utmt: Used to improve request processing times.
  • __utmb: Used to identify new visits / sessions on the site. This cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
  • __utmc: Used with cookie ___utmb to determine whether or not users have visited the site previously.
  • __utmz: Records the source of the traffic, i.e. the origin of the visit. This cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
  • _eventqueue: Records a series of mouse actions which are not necessarily monitored until you have left the page. These actions may be processed while you load the next page.
  • _first_pageview: Session cookie created for the first page displayed on each visit. Displays certain elements of the code from the first time the page was displayed, speeding up the site.

“Google Pref” Cookies: 
These cookies are stored and read on your computer whenever you access a Google service in non-authenticated or authenticated mode. They contain certain information (one or two unique identifiers, a creation and modification date, an unforgeable signature, user preferences such as language settings, number of results to be displayed per page etc.) and are used to collect data on subjects such as your interactions with Google services (search terms, pages viewed, links clicked etc.) and your visits to websites which are not covered by the Google domain name but use Google services (widget +1).

  • PREF: Allows Google to remember web users’ preferences and other information such as language settings, number of search results per page and whether or not the user wishes to activate the Google SafeSearch function.

“Google NID” Cookies: 
Like ‘PREF’ cookies, ‘NID’ cookies are stored and read on your computer whenever you access a Google service in non-authenticated mode. They contain certain information (including a unique identifier for each web browser) and allow Google to collect the same information collected using the ‘PREF’ cookies.

  • NID: Used for advertising on sites other than Google.


Default setting: cookies enabled

  • cookie_notice_accepted”: Stores cookie consent.

Default setting: cookies enabled

  • Publicize: The Publicize plugin, provided by the Jetpack extension, allows you to share articles across multiple social networks at the same time.

Default setting: cookies enabled

  • pll_language: The Polylang Pro plugin allows you to keep the same language settings when moving from page to page within a website.

Default setting: cookies enabled


Installing cookies: it’s your choice

On computers, smartphones and other internet-enabled devices, the default setting of your web browser will be to accept the cookies found on websites.

Nevertheless, you retain control over cookies and you have the option of changing your browser settings to:

  • accept or refuse cookies from our SITE
  • systematically block all cookies
  • ensure that your consent is requested for all cookies encountered while you browse the internet.

To do this, simply follow the instructions and adjust the settings in your web browsers. For example:

  • In Internet Explorer™: in the menu Tools ► Internet Options ► Privacy ► Select your preferred level
  • In Firefox™: in the menu Tools ► Options ► Privacy ► Select your preferred options
  • In Chrome™: configuration menu (settings button) ► Settings ► Advanced Settings ► Content Settings ► Select your options

  • In Opera™: Tools menu ► Preferences ► Advanced ► Cookies ► Manage cookies ► Select your options

As mentioned above, please bear in mind that if you choose to block our cookies then your browsing experience on our WEBSITE and/or the use of certain functions may be slightly affected.

Your consent

By using our WEBSITE, you give DOLIST permission to install “technical” cookies which access, record and consult information stored in your device:

  • the sole purpose of these cookies is to enable or facilitate electronic communication;
  • they are strictly necessary to provide the online communication service offered by our WEBSITE.

When signing up to our WEBSITE, users are informed (cf. display banner) of the presence of tracking cookies intended primarily to offer services corresponding to their interests and to record visitor statistics. You have the option of refusing these cookies via this Cookie Management Charter.

Your right to access, delete and contest information

As with other personal information, you can exercise your right to access, delete and contest this data by sending an email request to or else by sending a letter to DOLIST’s company headquarters with the subject PERSONAL DATA and proof of your identity.

If your web browser allow it, you may also disable cookies at any time by following the procedures outlined above.

Data retention period

In any case, the cookies stored on your device and any other elements used to identify you for statistical or technical purposes will be stored only as long as they are relevant for these processes and no longer than thirteen (13) months. This expiry date is not automatically extended when you visit the SITE again.

Beyond this time limit, raw browsing data associated with identified users is either deleted or anonymised.