The cookies and similar technologies that we use at Mediapart are of different types and allow us to pursue different purposes.
Some are required for the site and mobile app to work (you cannot decline them). Others are optional, but help to facilitate your experience as a reader and in some way support Mediapart. You can decline or accept them below, depending on your purposes.
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Subscriber connection, anonymized audience measurement, sending push notifications, fault tracking, highlighting our services: these tools are necessary for monitoring the activity of our services and for their correct operation.
The different cookies and similar technologies included in this category are shown below:
- Authentication cookies : subscriber connection.
- In Internet : anonymous audience measurement
- Visualization of multimedia editorial content : videos (YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, INA), social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest), documents (Scribd, Document Cloud, Slideshare), sounds (SoundCloud, Spotify, Deezer), maps (Google Maps, Mapbox, CartoDB, uMap), Infographics (Highcharts, GitHub, Datawrapper, Flourish, Infogram, ThingLink, jQuery, Google Fonts, Bootstrap), Live Blogs (24liveblog, CoverItLive), Help with media integration in Journal and Club posts (Embedly ).
- Form type – Optional questionnaires to collect readers’ opinions about our digital products.
- Datadog (website only) : technical indicators and load balancing.
- Selligent (website only) : communication with the subscriber, highlighting services, offers and advantages.
- Batch (only in the app) : sending push notifications and messages within the application.
- Firebase Cloud Messaging (in-app only) – Required for push notifications to work on Android.
- Microsoft App Center (in-app only) : application bug tracking and update system.
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