The website installs cookies on your computer/phone.

A “cookie” is a small text file that may be stored in a dedicated space on the hard disk of your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) when you visit the website. A cookie enables its issuer (us or our audience measurement suppliers) to identify and recognize the terminal on which it is stored, for the duration of the cookie’s validity or storage (13 months maximum).

This cookie records information relating to your browsing on our site, such as the region from which the connection originates, etc., and stores information that you have entered during your visit.

Do you need to consent to the use of cookies?

On the home page of the Anderlaine website, you are asked to consent to the use of cookies. (see the green cookie symbol at the bottom left of your screen). Certain cookies such as “targeting cookies” or “analytical cookies” can only be deposited if you give your consent.
However, other cookies, such as “essential cookies”, which are necessary for the site to function properly, may be stored without your consent. If you deactivate these cookies, you may not be able to navigate correctly on the Anderlaine website.

Which cookies does Anderlaine use?

Anderlaine uses several types of cookies on its website:

Essential cookies:

Essential cookies” are necessary for the proper functioning of the Anderlaine website:

The following data is collected via these cookies:

  • Remember your cookie authorization settings
  • Save information you have entered in a newsletter and other contact forms
  • You can deactivate these cookies via your browser, but you risk losing certain important functions and thus no longer being able to access the Anderlaine website correctly.


Functionality cookies :

Functionality cookies” give you access to personalized features:
If you disable these cookies, some services may no longer function properly.

The following data is collected via these cookies:

  • Remember the language version you have selected
  • Remember social media settings Feature
  • Remember selected region and country


Analysis cookies :

These cookies, also known as “analytical cookies” or “audience measurement solution cookies”, are used to improve user navigation on the Anderlaine website.
By analyzing past usage patterns, Anderlaine can improve the performance of its website.

The following data is collected via these cookies:

  • Keep track of pages visited and interaction carried out
  • Keep track of your location and region based on your IP address
  • Keep track of time spent on each page
  • Increase data quality for statistical functions


Targeting/advertising cookies :

These types of cookies enable us to send you more relevant advertising so that it matches you as closely as possible.
If you deactivate these cookies, you will lose certain advantages (targeted advertising, etc.).

The following data is collected via these cookies:

  • Tailor information and advertising to your interests based, for example, on content you have previously visited (we do not currently use targeting or targeting cookies).
  • Collect personally identifiable information such as name and location

How do you set cookies on your browser?

Please note that you can prevent cookies from being saved by configuring your browser as follows:

For Mozilla firefox :

1. Select the “Tools” menu, then “Options”.
2. Click on the “Privacy” icon
3. Find the “cookie” menu and select the options you require

For Microsoft Internet Explorer :

1. Select the “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options”.
2. Click on the “Privacy” tab
3. Select the desired level using the slider.

For Opéra 6.0 and further :

1. Select the “File” > “Preferences” menu
2. Privacy

For Chrome :

1. Select the “Chrome” menu, then “Preferences”.
2. Click on “Settings” at top left, then “Advanced Settings”.
3. Privacy and security” menu
4. Locate the “Content settings” line, then click on “Cookies”.
5. Select the options you require

For Edge :

1. In Microsoft Edge, go to More > Settings.
2. Select “Show advanced settings”.
3. Under Privacy & Services > Cookies, select the option that suits you best.