How we use cookies

When you use our site,, cookies are used on your computer, smartphone or tablet. These cookies are only there to help with site navigation and apply only to users of our site. This page will help you better understand how cookies work and how to adjust your cookie settings.


Functional cookies

Functional cookies are used to: 
• store your connection data 
• make your connection to the site more secure 
• personalise the information you see, so that you can access your history and profile 
• maintain the site’s design style


Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies are used to: 
• improve site performance by reducing page loading times 
• improve your user experience

Accepting or refusing use of cookies

There are a few ways that you can manage cookies:

1) Your internet browser settings

Whenever you want, you can choose to disable cookies. Your browser can also be set to notify you of the cookies that are stored on your computer and prompt you to accept them or not. You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse them all… forever!

Please note that this setting is likely to change your conditions of access to our services that require the use of cookies.

If your browser is configured to refuse all cookies, you might not be able to take part in surveys or make payment requests. In order to manage cookies as closely as possible to your expectations, we would invite you to set your browser taking into account the purpose of cookies as mentioned above.

In detail, here’s how to control or prevent the registration of cookies:


The configuration of each browser is different. You should find a description in your browser’s ‘Help’ function, which will provide instructions on how to set your cookies in the way that you want them. You can disable cookies by following the following instructions:


a) Internet Explorer


• In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options

• On the General tab, under Browsing History, click Settings

• Click the View Files button

• Click the Name column header to sort all files in alphabetical order, then browse through the list until you see files that begin with “cookie” (all cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie)

• Select the cookie(s) with the name “Panelopinion” and delete them

• Close the window that contains the list of files, and then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer


b) Firefox


• Go to the “Tools” tab of the browser and select the “Options” menu

• In the window that appears, choose “Privacy” and click on “Show cookies”

• Locate the files that contain the name “Panelopinione” Select them and delete them


c) Safari


• In your browser, choose Edit menu > Preferences

• Click Security

• Click Show Cookies

• Select cookies that contain the name “Panelopinion” and click Clear or Delete all

• After deleting cookies, click Done


d) Google Chrome


• Click the Tools menu icon

• Select Options

• Click the Advanced Options tab and go to the “Privacy” section

• Click the Show Cookies button

• Locate the files that contain the name “Panelopinion”. Select them and delete them

• Click “Close” to return to your browser

2) Changing your settings on a cookie management platform

You can manage your cookies by visiting cookie management platforms provided by advertising professionals.

To find out more about cookies and their management, visit or click on the “Help” option in your browser menu.