Air Liquide Medical Systems collects and shares anonymised information concerning usage of the Website with one or more monitoring companies, for statistical purposes.
In order to improve visitors’ experience when browsing the Website and for statistical analysis purposes, Air Liquide Medical Systems automatically collects certain data when the visitor visits the Website:
IP address: an IP address is assigned to your Terminal (a “Terminal” is a device used to access the Website. Terminals include Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, personal computers connected to the Internet (PC or Mac)) by your Internet Service Provider so you can access the Internet;
The date and time of the visit to the Website and the pages viewed;
The web browser used;
The time connected.
The Website uses the following cookies:
Functionality cookies allow the visitor to browse the Website and use its essential features, such as the secure areas of the Website. These cookies do not collect any information that could be used for marketing or targeted advertising purposes.
These cookies are used to create statistics and reports following the use of the Website (sections and content visited, time connected to the site, number of error messages encountered). Air Liquide Medical Systems uses this information to improve the content and user experience of its services, and to test new features.
This Website uses XiTi, an audience measurement system that uses remote markers. This system enables the websites that use it to collect anonymous statistical data on their audience and improve the quality of their services and the user experience on their website. XiTi.com is published by Applied Technologies Internet, a company specialised in audience technologies.
Website cookie management
Web browsers can be configured to ensure that cookies are stored on the visitor's Terminal or conversely not stored (i.e. blocked) in all cases or based on the issuer. Web browsers can also be configured to ask the visitor to allow cookies each time, i.e. whether to retain or reject the cookie sent.