Privacy and cookies

What is a cookie

A cookie is a small file consisting of a sequence of letters and numbers that is downloaded to the visitor's computer when he first enters a certain website. The website allows the visitor to be recognized each time he or she returns, thereby contributing to a better functioning of the site and the user experience. A typical example is a shopping basket. Without the cookie, it would be empty every time you leave the website. Cookies are not viruses, do not reproduce and are generally not harmful.

Privacy and cookies

However, it is possible to use them to analyze the sweep on the website, implement advanced advertising techniques and follow a certain user through various websites and create his profile, from which intimate details of his life can be seen. In practice, this too often takes place covertly, so in this sense cookies represent an invasion of privacy. That is why the new legislation restricts the use of cookies. It does not prohibit them, but tightens the rules of use. The key is that website users must be aware of cookies and that they must be offered a choice as to whether they want the website to monitor their online activities in this way.

Strictly necessary cookies

A list of all cookies that may or may not appear on web pages. These cookies are automatically allowed because websites do not work without them. They are crucial for navigating websites and ensuring that basic website processes work.

Cookies Life time What is it for?
JSESSIONID, PHPSESSIONID, ASPSESSIONID, etc As long as you are on the website. It is deleted when you exit or log out of the website. The session cookie tracks your activity on the website. It ensures that the website remembers what you entered, or which subpages you visited. Without this cookie, each subpage would treat you as a new visitor. This cookie does not collect personal data, does not identify you, nor is it connected to other information stored about you.
COOKIES_ENABLED As long as you are on the website. It is deleted when you exit or log out of the website. This cookie records which cookies you have enabled. It does not collect your personal data, does not identify you, nor is it connected to other information held about you.
lytee-admin, lytee-website As long as you are on the website. It is deleted when you exit or log out of the website. We use this cookie for Sly, the administration tool of the Lytee application.

Analytics cookies

In order to improve online content and services, tools for monitoring the browsing habits of individuals while visiting websites, such as Google Analytics, may be used. Such cookies otherwise collect anonymous data, which are analyzed together with the data of other visitors and serve to determine how the website is used.

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Indefinitely unless manually deleted. Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. ('Google'). It collects information about the use of the website, including the IP address. It may store them on Google servers. Combined with the data of other users, they serve to analyze how often people visit the website, how they got there (via advertising or referral links from other websites) and which subpages are the most visited. The data is not identified or linked to other information held about you.


The cookies we use on our website do not collect your additional personal data that you have not agreed to and that could be used to identify you personally. Cookies cannot harm your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Cookies enable our websites to function and help us understand what information is most useful to visitors.



By using these websites, as indicated in the list of websites managed by the operator, you agree that these websites set cookies on your computer or mobile device until the cancellation or deletion to which you have the right and manage them yourself in your browser.


Management and deletion of cookies

If you want to change the way cookies are used in your browser, including blocking or deleting them, you can do so by changing your browser settings accordingly. To manage cookies, most browsers allow you to accept or reject all cookies, accept only a certain type of cookie, or warn you that the site wants to save a cookie. You can also easily delete the cookies saved by the browser.


If you change or delete your browser's cookie file, change or reward your browser or device, you may need to disable cookies again. The procedure for managing and deleting cookies varies from browser to browser. If you need help with this, you can look in the browser's user help.