As simple indicators of connection, cookies and other tracers (Local Storage) are non executable text files left on your computer's connection terminal when you visit a website. These files are anonymous and it is not possible to identify the web user visiting a website from these cookies or other tracers.
Most recent browsers enable users to decide whether they accept or reject cookies and other tracers (hereinafter referred to as «Cookies») and to choose their retention time (see practical conditions below). However, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that rejecting Cookies may disrupt the use of «headoo.com» as well as your browsing on other websites.
« headoo.com »and/or its partners place one or more "cookies" by default on your computer or your connection terminal, for the purposes of facilitating your browsing, keeping your search criteria and creating visit statistics. Sharing content on social networks is based on services offered by third party sites. These functions place cookies which enables these websites to trace your browsing.
The validity time for consent to place Cookies is 12 months. On expiry of this period, your consent is gathered again.
Deleting cookies saved on your computer
Irrespective of your browser, you remain free to delete the cookies stored in your browser at any time. How do you destroy cookie files already installed on your computer?
Open your web browser:
If you use Mozilla Firefox, go into "options" and select "privacy". Click on "delete specific cookies".
If you use Internet Explorer, go into "tools" and select "Internet options". In the "general / browsing history" tab, click on "settings", then the "display files" button. Browse the list until you see files beginning with the prefix "cookie". Select and delete those you wish to.
If you use Safari, go into "Windows" and select "preferences". In the "security" tab of the window which opens click on "display cookies", then "delete all".
If you use Google Chrome, go into "tools" and select "history", then "clear browsing data". From there, you can delete your cookies.
Once this step is complete, if you wish to prevent any new Cookie from being installed, follow the procedure shown at the next point.
Managing cookies and configuring your browser
Irrespective of your browser, you remain free to opt out of cookies being saved. You are however informed that access to certain services and sections of the websites that you visit may then be altered.
How do you opt out of cookies being saved?
You have to configure your browser. This configuration is most often done from the "tool" menu and "internet option" then "privacy" or "confidentiality" on your browser.
Open your web browser:
If you use Mozilla Firefox, choose the "tool" menu then "Options", click the "privacy" icon, identify the "cookie" menu and select the options which suit you. You can also view the cookies in place.
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, choose the "Tools" menu then "Internet options", click the "Confidentiality" tab and select the level desired using the cursor.
If you use Safari, choose "General Safari settings", then "Security" and you can then decide to accept, reject or view the cookies in place.
If you use Google Chrome, choose the "History" menu then "Preferences" then "Privacy".
For more information about personal data protection, please view the legal provisions available on the Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés (CNIL) website via the following link: