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General Conditions of Use
This website (hereinafter "theWeb") is operated by the relevant legal entity of the LafargeHolcim Group of your jurisdiction. For further information, consult the official website of LafargeHolcim Group: http://www.lafargeholcim.com
Please find in the section titled "Privacy Notice" the link to the Data Protection Notice of the LafargeHolcim entity you are doing business with. This Data Protection Notice explains how LafargeHolcim uses the personal data you provide when you access this platform and which rights and options you have in this respect.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file placed on your device by websites you visit.
Cookies are mostly used to allow websites to function, or to function more efficiently, as well as to provide information to website owners.
Above all, cookies allow identification of your device.
Generally, there are two main categories of cookies:
Functional cookies respond to technical requirements. They are required for an effective and secure connection to a website.
Performance cookies improve browsing by recording some of your preferences for easier, faster and more user-friendly browsing. These cookies are also used for statistical purposes.
These cookies may have a different source, function and lifespan.
Direct cookies: refers to cookies placed by LafargeHolcim when visiting its website which can only be read by the LafargeHolcim site
Indirect cookies: refers to cookies placed by third parties when visiting the website, for example cookies placed by social media sites
Functional cookies: ensure that the website works correctly (e.g. login, registration and language preference cookies) or make it possible to supply services explicitly requested by web-users. Functional cookies are direct cookies.
Performance cookies:are placed on the website for statistical, social and commercial purposes or in order to create a general user profile.Performance cookies can be direct or indirect.
Cookies placed for statistical purposes provide information about the pages visited on the website and the location of the computer (Google Analyticsetc.)
Cookies placed for social purposes allow web-users to share the content of the website visited on social networks (Twitter, Facebook, etc.)
Permanent cookies: remain on your hard drive for a pre-determined time or until you delete them
Session cookies (or temporary cookies): simplify your actions during a browsing session. All session cookies are deleted once you close your browser. Session cookies are generally functional.
What type of cookies does LafargeHolcim use?
- Functional cookies
LafargeHolcim uses functional cookies, required for the proper functioning of its website and which do not identify you personally.
Cookies make the site's functioning more user-friendly and offer you a more personalized online experience.
Below you will find an overview and more information concerning the functional cookies we place.
- Performance cookies
LafargeHolcim uses performance cookies to collect informatio nabout your use of the website in order to improve the content and increase its ease of use.
Below you will find an overview and more information concerning the functional and performance cookies we use:
Cookie identifying the technical architecture used by the web-user for browsing.
No duration(Created each time)
Single SignOn Session cookie provided by the Jboss
No duration(Created each time)
TerminalWebapp - Identify the loadingpoint
No duration(Created each time)
Cookies from social networks allow you to share our site's content and your opinion on it with others, e.g."Share" and "Like" application buttons, from social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Viadeo, etc. The social network which supplies these application buttons can identify you using this button,even if you have not clicked on it while browsing our site. This is because some cookies allow the social network concerned to track your browsing of oursite if the social network is activated on your device while browsing our site.
We have no control over the processes used by social networks to collect information about your browsing of our website. Please check the relevant social networks' personal data protection policies. These give you certain confidentiality options in relation to social networks, particularly by configuring your account settings with each network.
The length of timethird-party cookies, such as cookies from social networks, are retained can be amended at any time before LafargeHolcim receives the information. OnceLafargeHolcim has been informed, changes to duration will be indicated within this policy.
Configuring your browser's parameters
All web browsers allow you to restrict cookies behavior or deactivate them. The steps to follow are different for each browser.
You can also use your browser to view the cookies present on your computer, and delete them individually or all at once.
Below are instructions on how to block and/or delete cookies for the commonest browsers:
If you have blocked all or some cookies, it is possible that the website will no longer function correctly or that you will not have access to some parts of the site, for which we cannot be held liable.
Updates to the cookies policy
We reserve the right to make any changes to this policy, particularly in response to legislative requirements.
Cookies are not the only way to recognize or track visitors to a website. We use another, similar technologies called web beacons (sometimes called "tracking pixels"or "clear gifs"). These are sometimes tiny graphics files that contain a unique identifier that enable us to recognize when someone has visited our website. This allows us to improve website performance and to measure the success In most instances, these technologies are reliant on cookies to function, and so declining cookies prevents them from functioning.
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