Cookie Policy

Tyllt makes every effort to protect the personal information of users of the site, in accordance with European and French regulations.


This Cookie Policy is intended to inform users of our website of the conditions and purposes of use of cookies that may be present on


This Cookie Management Policy supplements our Privacy Policy and Legal Notices available at the footer of the site, which any user of accepts and acknowledges having to respect.


When you use our website, information relating to your browsing may be saved in cookie files. For some cookies, your consent is required and modifiable. For this purpose, we provide you on this page with the modalities associated with point 3 below.


1. What is a cookie?


A cookie is a text file placed on your terminal (computer and / or mobile device, etc.) through your Internet browser when you visit a website.


2. What do we do with cookies?


When you browse our website, we may install various cookies on your terminal for different durations, either strictly technical and necessary for the proper functioning of the site, or associated with your user-friendly and smooth user experience, or even marketing. In addition, some cookies are placed by third-party services that appear on the pages of our website (social networks, etc.).


We provide you below with a module for managing the cookies used by our site in point 3.


3. What cookies do we use, for how long and how to manage your consent?


We use technical cookies on your device, which are strictly necessary for the operation of the site. For the other types of cookies that we are likely to use, you can in any event manage your consent relating to these uses.


You can also :

    a) Manage your consent to cookies through your web browser

You can decide at any time to change your preferences in terms of cookies, by configuring your browser or your terminal or the service, using the information available:

For internet Explorer™ :

For Safari™ :

For Chrome™ :

For Firefox™ :

For more information, you can also consult the Cnil website:


   b) make the choices offered to you via the site’s audience measurement tool

We would like to point out that we use the Google Analytics tool for managing cookies ( You can choose to disable certain cookies directly by going to the tool’s page, which offers specific information( and a module (


4. For cookies relating to social networks


Our website has buttons and / or content referring to third-party services (eg / Facebook, etc.).


When you are a user of these services, third-party cookies are directly placed by the third-party services.


You have the option to manage your consent to the use of cookies, via the consent manager available above.


We remind you that third party services are independent of us and our site. The use of third-party services from our website is subject to their own conditions (ex / contractual conditions, privacy policy of said third-party service, etc.). We ask you to consult their conditions, and we refer you to them for all requests, which do not fall under our commitments and our responsibility.


Our responsibility cannot be sought or retained because of or because of the content accessible via these third-party services, their offers, their information consulted or the transactions carried out via these third-party services. We make no warranty as to regulatory compliance by third party services, of which they are the sole guarantors.


Update September 6, 2021 – All rights reserved