The Website uses the following cookies:

Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies enable the Website to work optimally or they provide security to the Website. These cookies are essential for proper communication and are there to facilitate browsing.

Functionality cookies
These cookies facilitate visits to our Website and enhance interaction (for example: language choice).

Analytical cookies
These cookies analyse the use that is made of the Website. These cookies measure the number of visits, the number of pages viewed, as well as the activity of users on the website and the frequency of their visits. They provide us with information on the Website’s performance. For this purpose, the FSMA mainly uses Google Analytics cookies (see below for more information).

These functionalities use third-party cookies placed directly by these third parties.

Third-party cookies for improving the Website’s interactivity
The Website uses certain services offered by third-party websites intended to improve the site’s interactivity. These are cookies that enable the visitor to view the videos embedded in our Website and to access the list of tweets available on our Site.

The video functionality uses third-party cookies, that is, cookies placed by Vimeo directly when their videos are viewed. For more information on the way Vimeo processes the personal data it collects, please see Vimeo’s privacy policy.

The Twitter functionality (list of tweets) uses third-party cookies placed directly by Twitter. For more information on the way Twitter processes the personal data it collects, please see Twitter’s privacy policy.

For more information on the cookies used, please see the list of cookies attached to this Policy.

Use of Google Analytics cookies

The information generated by the Google Analytics cookies concerning your use of the Website, i.e. standard information concerning access to the internet (including your IP address) and your visitor behaviour analysed in an anonymous way, is transmitted to Google, which stores it, including on servers located in the United States. Google adheres to the principles of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. Before storing the information sent, Google anonymizes it by removing the last octet of your IP address. Google Analytics’ data protection policies specify that Google uses this information to evaluate the use you make of websites and to generate website activity reports for the FSMA. The FSMA neither uses nor authorizes third parties to use the statistical analysis tool to identify or collect, from visitors of these websites, personal data that could be identifiable.

For additional information on the use of Google Analytics, please see Google’s Privacy Policy and in particular 'How Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services'. You can deactivate Google Analytics by using the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.