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The content made available on the entire site is provided for informational purposes. The responsibility of The Studio Paris cannot be engaged for any physical or material damage resulting from the use of information from the website or other sites linked to it, even if The Studio Paris is aware of the possibility of occurrence. of such damage. It is up to the Internet user to use this information with discernment and a critical mind.


When you visit our site, information may be saved in files, called “Cookies”, which are installed on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. This page allows you to understand what a Cookie is, what it is used for and how you can configure it.

1. Definition of a Cookie

A cookie is stored information (computer, tablet, mobile phone or any other device optimized for the Internet), at our request on your browser, when viewing content or online advertising and that we can read during of your subsequent visits.

This deposited cookie can only be read by its issuer. It identifies your terminal in which it is registered, for a limited period of validity.

2. Use of cookies

We use several types of Cookies, fulfilling the purposes described below, which may be saved in your terminal during a visit to our site:

a. Technical cookies are necessary for browsing our site. Technical cookies make it possible in particular to recognize you, to signal your passage on such or such page and thus to improve your comfort of navigation. Technical cookies are also used by the application to store the favorite cities you have chosen. These technical cookies, stored on the browser you use, can be deleted at any time on your initiative by activating the deletion of cookies in your browser settings.

b. Audience measurement cookies are issued by our technical service providers for the purpose of measuring the audience for the various content and sections of our site, in order to assess and better organize them. These Cookies also allow, if necessary, to detect navigation problems and therefore improve the ergonomics of our services. These Cookies only produce anonymous statistics and traffic volumes, excluding any individual information. The lifespan of these audience measurement cookies does not exceed 13 months.

3. Choose cookies

By using our site, you consent to the use of the Cookies above. You can however choose at any time to deactivate all or part of these Cookies, with the exception of Technical Cookies necessary for the operation of the site. Your browser can also be configured to notify you of the Cookies that are stored in your terminal and ask you to accept them or not.

a. Refuse a cookie through your browser software

You can choose to deactivate all or part of the Cookies at any time. Your browser can also be configured to notify you of the Cookies deposited in your terminal and ask to accept them or not (case by case or in full). We remind you, however, that disabling all Cookies will prevent you from using our site under normal conditions, except for basic functions.

Google Chrome :

  • Select the Chrome menu icon
    Select Settings
  • At the bottom of the page, select Show advanced settings
  • In the “Privacy” section, select Content settings
  • Select Prohibit all sites from storing data
  • Select OK

Safari :

  • Choose Safari
  • Go to Preferences then click on Confidentiality
  • Then do one of the following, to set cookies and accepted website data, by selecting an option relating to “Cookies and website data”:

i. Always block: Safari does not allow any website, third party, or advertiser to store cookies and other data on your Mac. This can prevent some websites from working properly.

ii. Authorize from active website only: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the site you are currently visiting. Websites often incorporate content from other sources. Safari does not allow these third parties to store or view cookies and other data.

iii. Allow from websites I have visited: Safari accepts cookies and website data from only the sites you have visited. Safari uses your existing cookies to determine if you have visited a website. Select this option to prevent websites that have embedded content with other websites you visit from storing cookies and data on your Mac.

Always allow: Safari allows all websites, third parties and advertisers to store cookies and other data on your Mac.

Mozilla :

  • Click on the menu button and select Options
  • Select the Privacy panel
    In the History area, for the Storage rules option, select use the custom settings for history
  • Check the Accept cookies box to activate cookies, or uncheck it to deactivate them

Blocking cookies may prevent certain web pages from displaying properly.

Internet explorer :

  • To open Internet Explorer, click on the Start button, then on Internet Explorer
  • Click the Tools button, then Internet Options
  • Click the Privacy tab, then under Settings, move the cursor up to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies, then click OK.

Blocking cookies may prevent certain web pages from displaying properly.

b. Refuse an audience cookie

On our site, audience cookies are deposited by Google. If you do not want our site to save Cookies in your browser for audience calculation purposes, you can click on the following deactivation links which will store a Cookie within your browser, the sole purpose of which is to deactivate them:

Please note, these Cookies allow to measure the traffic or the audience, associated with our website, the pages visited and the interactions carried out on the Site during your visit. Disabling them therefore prevents any collection of information relating to your browsing on our Site and therefore the provision of content adapted to your browsing.