Cookies

1.How 192kb.com uses cookies

A cookie is a small text file sent to your browser via the consultation website. With this cookie, information about your visit, like your preferred language and other settings are stored on the website. This can facilitate your next visit to this site and increasing the value of that for you. Cookies play an important role. Without cookies, using the Web could prove much more frustrating.

We use cookies for various purposes. We use, for example, to save your search preferences SafeSearch, increase the relevance of ads to your attention, count visitors to a page, to help you sign up for our services and to protect your data.

You can see a list of types of cookies used by GoogleAnd discover how to Google and our partners use cookies in advertising. our Privacy Policy explain how we protect your privacy in connection with our use of cookies and other information.

2.Types cookies used by Google

We use different types of cookies for products associated with the ads and websites of Google. Thus, some or all of the cookies identified below may be stored in your browser. You can see and manage cookies in your browser (The browsers for mobile devices, however, are likely to not offer this visibility).
Although the loss of information stored in a preference cookie may reduce the functionality of a website, it should not prevent the fonctionnement.À using these cookies, our Web sites store information that affect their functioning or their appearance, for example in your preferred language or geographical location. Thus, by storing your position, a website can provide you with local weather or traffic information. These cookies can also assist you to change the size and font of the text as well as other customizable Web page elements.

Most Google users have a preference cookie called "NID" which is registered in their browser. The browser sends the cookie and requests related to Google's sites. The NID cookie contains a unique ID that allows Google to record your preferences and other information, including your preferred language (eg French), the number of search results displayed per page (for example, 10 or 20 ) and the desired state for Google SafeSearch (on or off).

SécuritéNous use security cookies to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login credentials, and protect user data against unauthorized third parties.

For example, we use cookies called 'SID' and 'HSID "that contain, in encrypted form and digitally signed, the identifier of the user's Google account and its date and time of the most recent connection. Together these two cookies allows us to block many types of attack, such as attempts to steal the content of forms you fill on Web pages.

ProcessusLes process cookies guarantee the operation of the website and allow offering Internet service that meets their needs so they can browse web pages and access the secure areas of the site. Without these cookies, the website can not function properly.

For example, we use a "lbcs" cookie to open multiple Google Docs in one browser. Blocking this cookie would prevent Google Docs from working properly.

PublicitéNous use cookies to make advertising more attractive to users and profitable for publishers and advertisers. Cookies are used and also to select advertisements based on their relevance to the user, to improve reporting on campaign performance and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen.

We use cookies, such as "NID" and "SID", to personalize ads on Google properties such as Google Search. They serve us, for example, to record your most recent searches, your previous interactions with search results or ads from an advertiser, and your visits to an advertiser's website. This allows us to display customized ads on Google.

We also use cookies for advertising we broadcast on the Web. "Id" Our main advertising cookie on non-Google sites is stored in browsers and associated with the domain "doubleclick.net." We, however, use with other names such as drtFLC and exchange_uid. These cookies can also be used on other Google properties, like YouTube, to display more relevant ads.

An advertising cookie can sometimes be associated with the domain of the site you visit. In the case of our DoubleClick product, a cookie "__gads" can thus be defined on the domain of the site you. Unlike cookies set on areas of Google, it can not be read by Google when browsing other sites. It allows to measure ad interactions of the associated domain and prevent these same ads you are presented too many times.

We also use conversion cookies whose main purpose is to help advertisers determine how many people who click on their ads end up purchasing their products. These cookies indicate to us and to the advertiser that you have clicked on the ad, then came to the advertiser's site. We do not use cookies for the conversion of the ad targeting interests. Moreover, they remain active for a limited period. These cookies are generally defined on the field "googleadservices.com" or "google.com/ads" with names like "conversion" and "Taid". The data conversion cookie can also be used with your Google Account to group events conversion of different devices you use. Only anonymous data collected by these cookies are transmitted to advertisers.

Some of our other cookies can also be used to measure conversion events. DoubleClick cookies and Google Analytics, for example, can be used for this purpose.

State sessionDes information is often collected on websites about user interactions with them. This data can include the most visited pages and error messages that may appear on certain pages. We use these "session state cookies' to help us improve our services and the browsing experience for our users. Blocking or deleting these cookies will not render it unusable website.

These cookies can also be exploited to anonymously measure the effectiveness of PPC (pay per click) and affiliate ads.

For example, we use a cookie named "recently_watched_video_id_list" for the most recently viewed videos in a given browser is recorded on YouTube.

Google AnalyticsGoogle Analytics is a Google web analytics tool that allows website and app owners to better understand the behavior of their users. This tool may use cookies to collect information and generate reports on the usage statistics of a website without individual users being personally identified by Google. The "__ga" cookie is the one most used by Google Analytics.

In addition to generating reports on website usage statistics, Google Analytics also allows, in combination with some of the advertising cookies described above, to display more relevant ads on Google sites (such as search Google) and on the Web.

Learn more about Analytics cookies and privacy.

3.Gestion cookies in your browser

Some users prefer to block cookies. Most browsers thus offer the ability to manage individually.

Some browsers allow you to set up rules to manage cookies site by site. This gives you more control over your privacy. You can deny all sites except those that you trust.

In the Google Chrome browser, the menu Tools includes the option Clear browsing data. This option lets you delete cookies and other site data and plug-ins, including those stored on your device by the Adobe Flash Player (commonly known as Flash cookies). See our cookie management instructions in Google Chrome.

Chrome also offers another feature: its Incognito. You can use this mode when you do not want the sites you visit or downloads that you make are recorded in your browsing history and downloads. Cookies created in incognito mode are deleted when you close all incognito windows.

4. Managing cookies

Free reserves the right to implement a "cookie" in the computer of any Internet user visiting the site to record information relating to navigation of its computer on site to know, and without this list being exhaustive, any information on pages viewed and the dates and times of consultation.Ces information are intended:

Facilitate access to services and sections of the site;

To personalize the advertising content provided by Free.

Any Internet user has the opportunity to oppose the registration of the "cookie" by configuring their computer browser as instructed below.

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1.Choisissez the "Tools" menu and then "Internet Options"
2.Cliquez on the "Privacy" tab
3.Sélectionnez the desired level using the cursor

For Mozilla Firefox:
1.Choisissez the "Tools" menu> "Options"
2.Cliquez on the "Privacy"
3.Rubrique "Cookies"

Chrome:
1.Choisissez the "Edit" menu> "Preferences"
2.Cliquez on the "Personal Data"
3.Rubrique "Cookies"

For Safari:
1.Choisissez the "Edit" menu> "Preferences"
2.Cliquez on the "Personal Data"
3.Rubrique "Cookies"