Use of cookies and other trackers


GROUPE CANAL+ publishes a recruitment site accessible at the address (hereinafter the 'Website') accessible using devices including computers, smartphones or tablets (hereinafter the 'Device').

When you access the Website, cookies and other tracker technologies (hereinafter 'Identifiers') are deposited or collected on your Device. This page will allow you to better understand how the Identifiers deposited on your Device work and how to configure the available tools in order to manage them (accept or reject).

1. What is an Identifier?

An Identifier is a file generated and/or stored by a server on your Device, which can be sent to one or more servers. Identifiers allow GROUPE CANAL+ to recognise the Device on which they are present and to collect information relating to your visit to our Website, such as your browsing on said Website. These may be cookies or other types of Identifiers with a purpose similar to a cookie. The Identifiers do not contain any personal data, but they can be associated with the personal data that you have provided to us (for example when creating an account on the Website).

Further information on Identifiers is available in the section, 'What do the terms cookies or trackers refer to?', found on the(CNIL) (the French Data Protection Authority) website 

The CNIL has also produced an explanatory video called 'How did I catch a cookie?', accessible at the following address:

2. Who deposits these Identifiers?

GROUPE CANAL+ deposits Identifiers on your Device in order to process data on its behalf. In this case, as data controller, GROUPE CANAL+ determines the means and purposes of the processing carried out on the data collected using the Identifiers deposited.

What are the different uses of Identifiers processed within our Services?

Several types of Identifiers are used by GROUPE CANAL+ on the Website, and are all Identifiers exempt from consent.

3. User session Identifiers

These Identifiers store the information you have completed on the forms made available on the Website.

User authentication Identifiers

These allow you to access your account, thanks to the login details that you entrusted us with previously.

Security and technical Identifiers

These allow the implementation of security measures, for example when you are asked to log in to the Website again after a certain period of time, and to monitor the performance of our Website and detect and resolve any incidents.

Website personalisation cookies

Site personalisation cookies make it possible to adapt the presentation of the Website to display the preferences selected on your device (language, screen resolution, operating system etc.) during your visits to the Website, according to the hardware and graphic software installed.

4. Accepting or rejecting Identifiers

You may choose to disable or enable these Identifiers at any time. Your browser can also be set to notify you of Identifiers that are already or are about to be stored on your Device and can prompt you to accept them or not. You can accept or reject Identifiers on a case-by-case basis or reject them once and for all. Remember that rejecting Identifiers via your browser may modify your access conditions to the Website as well as its use (retention of identification information). To manage Identifiers to suit your expectations, you should configure your browser based on the purpose of Identifiers as specified above. Each browser has different settings to manage Identifiers and your choices.

You can configure your preferences, depending on your browser, by clicking on the links listed.

This configuration differs on your mobile or tablet.

Finally, you can configure your Device's browser so that it sends a code indicating to websites that you do not want to be tracked. This option is commonly referred to as 'Do Not Track'.

The settings of the various browsers are subject to change. In case of difficulty, please read the CNIL's 'Cookies: the tools to control them' section, which provides tools and tips to limit the traces of web browsing on Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers: