What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file or a piece of software that records information about your web browsing behavior. It is controlled by your browser and may contain a randomly generated unique number.

What types of cookies are used on this site?
This site uses cookies which can be classified in the following categories:

- Functional cookies
These cookies are essential to providing an online communication service when specifically requested by the user. Examples include cookies that allow us to archive your browsing preferences on our website by storing the choices you made during your last visit and “user session” cookies which identify you when you browse several pages and which store data only for the duration of the browsing session.

  • Session cookie implemented by ARF : A session cookie contains information that is stored in a temporary memory location and then subsequently deleted after the session is completed or the web browser is closed. This cookie stores information that the user has inputted and tracks the movements of the user within the website.
  • Add This : Addthis.com, social networking cookies generated by social network sharing buttons.

- Social networking cookies generated by social network sharing buttons

AXA uses social network sharing buttons which link to social networks.

When you visit our website, these buttons are disabled by default, which means they do not send any information to the social networks in question without action on your part. Before you can use these buttons, you have to click to enable them. The buttons remain enabled until you disable them again or you delete your cookies. Once they have been enabled, the system connects directly to the server of the social network selected. The content of the button is then transferred directly from the social networks to your web browser, which incorporates them into the website you are visiting.

As soon as you have enabled a button, the social network in question can collect data, irrespective of whether or not you use the button. If you are logged on to a social network, it can link your visit to this website to your user account.

If you are a member of a social network and you do not want it to link the data collected from your visit to our website to the information provided when you joined the network, you must log out of the social network in question before enabling the buttons.

Please note that we have no influence over the scope of data collected by the social networks through your buttons. Please refer to the data protection statement published by the social networks in question for more information about the scope and purpose of the data collection and how they process and use such data, as well as the rights and setting options to protect your privacy.

Your choices concerning cookies

You can refuse cookies by configuring the preferences of your browser. If you refuse cookies, some of the functionalities you need to move around certain parts of the site will no longer work.

For Microsoft Internet Explorer
1.Select "Tools" then "Internet Options"
2.Click on "Privacy"
3.Select the desired level using the cursor

For Mozilla Firefox
1. Select “Tools” and then “Options”
2. Select the "Privacy" panel
3. Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history

For Google Chrome
1.Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar
2. Select “Settings”
3. Click on “Show advanced settings” and then on “Privacy sections”
4. Select in the “Cookies” section the desired level

For Safari
1. Click on the Safari menu
2. Click on « Preferences »
3. Select in “Security” the desired level

Notice update

We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this notice. Please refer to this page from time to time to review these and new additional information.