What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that a website server saves on your computer or mobile device (smartphone, tablet, etc.) when you visit the site using your browser. A cookie contains information that allows the visited site to identify your browser and to remember your previous activities (eg choice of language, etc.). The website server can only read cookies that it has saved itself. It does not have access to other files that are on your computer or mobile device.
What cookies are used on the OAD website?
Below is a full description of the cookies used by OAD.
* Below is a full description of the cookies used by OAD.
These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the OAD website.
They allow you, for example, to navigate between the different parts of the site and to use certain features.
Technical cookies do not allow you to be identified personally. If you refuse these cookies, it is possible that some parts of the website do not work or work incompletely.
* Functional cookies
These cookies remember your choices (eg font size) in order to personalize your visit to the site. Functional cookies do not allow you to be identified personally. If you refuse these cookies, it is possible that some parts of the website do not work or work incompletely.
echnical and functional cookies are own or 'first party' cookies: they come from the OAD website server.
How to manage or delete cookies?
Most Internet browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. You can change your preferences to block cookies or to be notified when a cookie is saved on your computer or mobile device. For more details on the settings of your browser, consult its instructions for use or its help screens.