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So-called "technical" cookies, which have the sole purpose of making it possible to navigate the site.
Third-party cookies, such as Google Analytics and YouTube, to get usage statistics. The data is collected anonymously and it is not possible to trace the address of the visitor. Or cookies that allow you to connect to your social account: Facebook, Twitter, G+ and YouTube, Instagram etc..
If you wish, you can go to the preferences of your browser and choose the settings you deem appropriate. For example, you can choose to accept or not accept cookies, or set a list of sites with different preferences for each of them. You can also ask your browser not to be tracked by sites that use profiling cookies.