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Maison Yellow vous accueille du lundi au dimanche.
Maison Yellow vous accueille du lundi au dimanche.
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Cookie management

www.mxmaisonyellow.com

Subject to your consent as required by the applicable law, our website, www. maisonyellow.com (hereinafter ‘Website’), uses cookies and similar technologies (‘Cookie(s)’).

This Cookie Management Policy (the ‘Cookie Policy’) details how Mx, a company incorporated under French law and with registered office at Les Docks, 10 Place de la Joliette, 13002 Marseille, France (‘Mx’, ‘our’, ‘we’, ‘us’), undertakes to respect your privacy with regard to the use of Cookies on the Website.

Before using the Website, please read this Cookie Policy carefully. If you do not agree with this Cookie Policy, please do not use the Website.

Information about how we process the personal data that we obtain through your use of and interaction with the Website is provided in our privacy policy (the ‘Privacy Policy’), which can be viewed here.

We invite you to check this Cookie Policy regularly to ensure that you are aware of any amendments made to it.

Cookie management

  1. What is a Cookie?
  2. Why do we use Cookies?
  3. What types of Cookies do we use?
  4. How long will the Cookies be stored for?
  5. How do I change the Cookie settings on the Website?
  6. How to contact us


1. What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small text files or pieces of information which may be stored on your computer or mobile device (such as a smartphone or tablet) when you visit our Website. A Cookie generally contains the name of the website or application which issued the Cookie, its duration (i.e. how long the Cookie will remain on your device) and a value, generally in the form of a unique, randomly-generated number.

Cookies are designed as a reliable method of storing status information on websites (such as items in a shopping basket) or to record user browsing habits (including clicks on certain buttons, signing in or recording previously visited pages), but they can also be used to remember information that the user has previously entered into form fields (for example, names, addresses and passwords etc.).

Browsers can automatically accept or reject Cookies, though you can change these settings. The help menu in most browsers will tell you how to change your browser’s Cookie settings, how the browser warns you when you receive a new Cookie and how to completely deactivate Cookies. You can also deactivate or delete Cookies that you have already accepted should you wish to do so. To find out how to manage Cookies in the following browsers, follow the link provided:

Google Chrome
Bord
Apple Safari
Mozilla Firefox
Opera

For specific Cookies, we also provide a plenty of information on how to reject a Cookie (see below).


2. Why do we use Cookies?
We use Cookies to make our Website easier to use, to improve the user experience and to better adapt our Website and products to your interests and needs.

Cookies enable this as our Website can read and write these files, which allows them to remember you and memorize important information that makes using our Website more practical (for example, by memorizing preferred settings).

Cookies can also be used to speed up your activities and future visits to our Website. We also use Cookies to compile anonymous statistics, which help us to understand how users are using our Website and how we can improve its structure and content.


3. What types of Cookie do we use?
We may use session or permanent Cookies, or internal or third-party Cookies.

Permanent Cookies are used to record your login information and remember your settings for future visits to our Website. A permanent Cookie is a Cookie that is stored as a file on your device, and it stays there when you close your web browser. The Cookie can be read by the Website when you visit it again.

Session identification Cookies are used to activate certain functions on our Website, to better understand how you interact with our Website, and to monitor global use and internet traffic flows. Unlike permanent Cookies, session Cookies are deleted from your device when you close your browser. These Cookies typically store an anonymous session identifier on your device which enables you to browse a website or application (for example) without having to log in on each page.

Internal Cookies are our own Cookies, which we use to improve your experience. No third party will have access to the data that we collect using our own Cookies.

Third-party Cookies are Cookies placed on our Website by third parties to provide their services. They place their Cookies (‘Third-party Cookies’) on your device in our name when you visit our Website, which allows them to provide the services they offer. You can find out more information on these Cookies in the third parties’ privacy or cookie policies.

The following is a list of the different types of Cookie that we use on our Website. In the event that the information collected using Cookies constitutes personal data, the provisions of the Privacy Policy apply in addition to this Cookie Policy.

a. Essential Cookies
Essential Cookies are internal Cookies which are strictly necessary for the operation of our Website. Without these Cookies, our Website will not work for you as we intended, and we may not be able to provide some of the services or features you request.

We also use technical Cookies which allow our Website to remember choices you make (such as your username or products placed in your shopping basket) for personalization purposes. These Cookies do not collect any information about you that will be used for marketing purposes or to remember your internet browsing history.

Who installs the Cookie?TypeDescription/purpose
MxPermanent CookieVisibility Cookies: Mx installs a Cookie on your computer which indicates whether or not you have been informed about the use of Cookies via a banner, then whether or not you have indicated your consent to the use of Cookies which are not strictly necessary to provision of the service.
MxPermanent CookieDevice-identification Cookie: Mx installs a Cookie on your computer which identifies you and indicates to the website/application that you are connected.
MxPermanent CookieLocal user Cookie: Mx installs a Cookie which is used to remember some of your specific local settings, such as your language preferences.
EvidonPermanent CookieEvidon: linked to the Cookie banner. It enables user consent regarding the installation of Cookies on their terminal to be collected.

As these Cookies are necessary to operate our Websit, are considered non-intrusive Cookies in terms of personal data protection, and improve your web experience, they do not require the user’s consent.

You can configure your browser to block or alert you about these Cookies, but if so, some parts of the Website may not work.

b. Analytics Cookies
These third-party Cookies collect information about how you use and navigate our Website. For example, these Cookies will keep track of your most visited pages, IP addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), landing/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamps and clickstream data. We use this information to analyse trends, manage the Website, track user movements on our Website and collect demographic data about our user base as a whole. Our Website uses the following analytics Cookies:

Who installs the Cookie?TypeDescription/purpose
  _pk_id.*MatomoPermanent or session ID CookiesMatomo / Site usage statistics: this Cookie is used to store a unique user identifier. Storage duration: 13 months
_pk_ref ->MatomoPermanent or session ID CookiesMatomo / Site usage statistics: this Cookie is used to optimize website browsing. Storage duration: 6 months
_pk_ses., _pk_cvar. et _pk_hsr.*Permanent or session ID CookiesMatomo / Site usage statistics: these Cookies are used to store browsing data. Storage duration: 30 min
EvidonPermanent or session ID CookiesEvidon: this Cookie anonymously counts the number of visits to the website.

Matomo Cookies are not subject to consent and have been defined as non-intrusive from the perspective of data protection.

To opt out of tracking on this Website only, use the Cookie settings tool in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.

c. Advertising Cookies
We work with third-party advertising agencies who display adverts when you visit our Website. We allow these companies to install their own Cookies and access them as part of displaying their advertisements on our Website. These companies may use the information obtained via their Cookie (excluding your name, address, email address and telephone number) about your visits to our Website and other websites/applications, along with information about your purchases and interests from other websites, which does not identify you personally, to show you advertisements for products and services that may interest you.

Our Website uses the following advertising Cookies:

Who installs the Cookie?TypeDescription/purpose
GOOGLEPermanent CookiesAdvertising cookie. Google advertising cookies are used to customise advertisements shown on Google sites, such as Google Search. For example, these cookies are used to remember your most recent search history, your previous interactions with an advertiser or search results, as well as your visits to an advertiser’s website.

We also use buttons to allow pages to be shared via social media. These buttons can install a third-party Cookie on your device, which may collect usage data. We use the following social media plug-in Cookies:

Who installs the Cookie?TypeDescription/purpose
FacebookPermanent CookiesFacebook button: Cookies are used to help share content from our Digital Media on Facebook.
InstagramPermanent CookiesInstagram button: Cookies are used to help share content from our Digital Media with Instagram.

To opt out of tracking by Google advertising cookies on all websites that you visit, please go to http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

To opt out of tracking via the Facebook and Instagram buttons on all websites that you visit, go to the General Account Settings for your Facebook and Instagram accounts and locate and click on the opt-out link.

To opt out of tracking on this Website only, use the Cookie settings tool in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.

d. Additional-function Cookies
We also use additional-function Cookies to offer you a better user experience on the Website. For example, to improve the Website with multimedia content while retaining an optimal loading speed.

Please be aware that rejecting these Cookies will probably mean that our multimedia content will not work correctly and that you will not be able to get the best out of our multimedia content.

To accept or reject tracking on this Website for this type of Cookie, use the Cookie settings tool in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.

Who installs the Cookie?TypeDescription/purpose
Google reCAPTCHAPermanent CookiesCookies used by Google’s reCAPTCHA service which allow human individuals to be distinguished from robots, such as in a form.
GOOGLEPermanent CookiesAdvertising Cookie. Google’s advertising Cookies are used to customise advertisements shown on Google sites, such as Google Search. For example, these Cookies are used to remember your most recent search history, your previous interactions with an advertiser or search results, as well as your visits to an advertiser’s website. 


4. How long will the Cookies be stored for?
After installation on the user’s computer, the cookies will be stored for a maximum period according to the applicable law.


5. How do I change the Cookie settings on the Website?
Except for Cookies which are considered essential or non-intrusive, the Cookies described above will only be installed on your computer with your explicit consent.

Please use the Cookie settings tool at the bottom right of your screen, also accessible via the banner, to consent to / enable or disable the various non-essential Cookies used on our Website.

Please note that, depending on the Cookies you enable or disable, it is possible that you may not be able to log in to your account, view certain content or use certain functions on our Website. You may also notice that some parts of our Website do not function at all or that they behave in an unexpected manner.

If you use different devices to consult and access our Website (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet etc.), you should make sure that each browser on each device is properly set up to reflect your Cookie preferences.


6. How to contact us
If you have questions, comments or concerns, please contact us at the following email address: contact-rgpd@pernod-ricard.com


Updated: December 2023

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