Cookie Policy of Alco

Cookies are small text files stored on your computer by your Internet browser. They exist since the mid-90s or so and they are one of the most used Internet technologies. Many essential features of websites rely on cookies. For example, you can not make purchases online without them because they store the products added to the cart. They also allow you to receive information and online advertising that could be relevant and of interest to you.
The cookies do not collect Interflex personal information about you and can not harm your computer, tablet or mobile phone. They are present to allow the proper operation of our website and help us understand what are the most useful information for visitors.

By using this website, you agree that Alco setting of cookies on your computer or mobile phone.
Links to external sites
Please note that Alco is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. We regularly update the links on our Web sites but the content of external sites can sometimes be outdated or inaccurate.

How do we use cookies?
Cookies help us understand how our websites are used by the visitors, to enable us to improve what we do online. To this end, we use analytical attendance Internet tools. No personal information about you is collected. In reality, Alco employees working with these tools have no way of knowing who you are. They are more interested in web page loading time and the information that visitors use the most. They also help us identify the sections of our websites that do not work properly so we can repair them.
A third type of cookie allows us to know how our online advertising is performing and where we need to place our advertisements. Again, these cookies do not collect any personal information about you. They tell us if one of our advertisements published on other websites such as Google or Yahoo sent a visitor to the website of Alco.

Types of cookies used by Alco
Cookies are divided into two general categories: third-party cookies (defined by partners) and social network Cookies.

Third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are not set by Alco but by selected partners with whom we collaborate. They do not collect or send any personal information about you. They include analytical cookies in attendance on the Internet allowing us to understand how our sites are used by visitors in order to improve them.

Cookie social networks
On some pages of our websites, you can share content via social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Sometimes we can embed videos from sites like YouTube. These sites parameterize their own cookies that we do not control. We recommend you check their websites for details on their policy regarding cookies.

Manage Cookies
All the most popular Internet browsers allow you to manage cookies. You can choose to accept or reject all cookies or only certain types of cookies.

What will happen if you refuse all cookies?
To navigate on our web site, nothing will change for you. On our side, we can no longer collect audience information.

How to manage cookies with different browsers?
Use the links below to learn more about cookie management with major web browsers. These pages are not part of the Alco some websites.

PC et Mac
Internet Explorer
Mobile / tablette
Safari iOS

(The instructions are different for certain Blackberry devices but you can find all Blackberry user manuals by following the link above.) If your browser does not in above list, consult the documentation or help online for more information.

You do not know what browser you use? Here’s how to find out:

PC: Open your browser and click on “Help” in the upper part of the window. Select “About”. A window containing information appears in your browser.

Mac: Open your browser and click on the browser name in the upper part of the screen (for example, “Safari” or “Firefox”). Select “About”. A window containing information appears in your browser.

Mobile: Look at the name of the application you open to browse the Internet.

More information about cookie management
The site is a useful source containing much detailed information on cookies and their management.
For more information on how to refuse retargeting and behavioral advertising, visit the Network Advertising Initiative website: