Cookies Policy - ENG


During your navigation on our Site, some information may be recorded in files called “cookies” (hereafter referred as “Cookies”) installed on your computer, digital tablet, or smartphone. The following Policy allow an understanding of what is a Cookie, what is its purpose and how You can set it up.

  • What is a Cookie?

Cookies are short pieces of data that are sent to your terminal (computer, digital tablet, smartphone, etc.) when You visit a website. This data can only be read by its issuer. It allows identification of your terminal in which it has been registered and to register your navigation technical data for a limited time.

  • What Cookies are we using and for what purposes?

We use the following Cookies in connection with your use of the Site:

  • Cookies strictly necessary for the running of the Site

These are those which are essential for the proper functioning of the Site, without which certain parts of the Site will not be able to function. They are generally only activated in response to actions that You perform. These Cookies do not store any personal data. No Cookie is used to transmit information of personal nature, nor is any type of so-called persistent cookie used, i.e. user-tracking systems.



Name of Cookie


Expiration term


This Cookie is to remember not to ask You to accept cookies anymore.

13 months


This Cookie can be registered to prevent the tracking code from sending any information to HubSpot.

13 months


This Cookie is used to systematically provide You with the same version of an A/B test page.

End of session


When viewing a password-protected page, this Cookie is saved so that You do not have to log in again if You return to the same page using the same browser. The Cookie's name is unique for each password-protected page.



This Cookie is used to determine if the chat widget is open and to save the information for future visits. It resets itself and closes the widget after 30 minutes of inactivity.

30 minutes


This Cookie is used to prevent the welcome message from reappearing on the same day after it has been discarded the first time.

1 day


This Cookie is saved when You connect to a website hosted on HubSpot.

1 year


Session Cookie: access and use of the Site

End of session


  • Cookies non strictly necessary for the running of the Site

To be validly registered on Your terminal, these Cookies must be the subject of Your express consent.



Name of Cookies


Expiration Term


This Cookie makes it possible to follow your navigation on the Site.

13 months


This Cookie keeps track of your identity. This Cookie is transmitted to HubSpot when submitting a form.

13 months


This Cookie keeps track of the sessions. It contains the domain, the number of views (increasing with each session), with timestamp of the beginning of the session.

13 months


When HubSpot changes the session Cookie, this Cookie is also set to determine whether You have reset your browser.

End of session


This Cookie is used to recognize You during a discussion via the Messages tool. If You leave the Site before being added as a contact, this Cookie will be associated with your browser and will allow the next time You visit our Site via the same browser to load the conversation history.

13 months

  • What are your choices regarding Cookies?

You can set your browser to accept or reject Cookies on your device. You may choose at any time to express and modify your wishes regarding Cookies, by the means described below.

  • Accepting Cookies:

By browsing the Site, You agree to the deposit on your device of Cookies strictly necessary.

However, the registration of Cookies non strictly necessary is subject to your consent.

By clicking on “Accept cookies” on the banner to that effect, You accept, on your browser, the deposit on your device of all Cookies non strictly necessary. The Cookies embedded in the pages and content that You have viewed may be temporarily stored in a dedicated area of your device. They can only be read by their sender.

You can change your choice at any time on your browser as indicated below.

  • Rejecting Cookies:

You can configure your browser to block the storage of Cookies strictly necessary, in which case certain parts of the Site will not be able to function.

By clicking on “Refuse cookies” on the banner to that effect, no Cookie non strictly necessary will be deposited on your terminal and no data on navigation or actions carried out on our Site will be recorded.

  • Configurating Cookies:

You have the possibility to configure your web browser by taking into account the Cookies’ stocked. If your web browser is set to refuse Cookies from our Site, it may alter the experience of our Site.

The management of Cookies or your choices are different according to your web browser used and has a proper description presented in its menu.

You will find hereafter the web links (non-exhaustive list) which will permit you to configure your web browser:

Once your choices are registered, we will only use Cookies non strictly necessary that You will have expressly authorized and Cookies strictly necessary that You didn’t block on your browser. Any registered Cookies stocked before your configuration will remain active on your terminal and You will be able to suppress it via your web browser set up section.

If your terminal is used by several persons, the sharing of such use and the configuration of your web browser related to Cookies are your responsibility.

  • Links to other websites

This Site may contain links or references for access to other websites, such as social networks Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Twitter and Pinterest. By clicking on the appropriate links you can, for example, share our contents. We inform you that Trace One does not control Cookies or other monitoring technologies of these websites to which this Cookies Policy does not apply.


The User may contact Trace One for any questions regarding the Cookies Policy at

Last update: 22/02/2024