Respecting private lives and protecting personal data is particularly important to the French Research Institute for Development (IRD) and it is therefore undertaking steps to protect the personal data that it processes for its business needs.

To this end, the IRD is committed to upholding the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (2016/679 from 17 April 2016) and the modified Digital Liberties law.

This page aims to describe personal data processing relating to use of the ird.fr website.

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Learn more about these cookies and how to object to their use: visit the CNIL website.

Details of cookies used

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These cookies allow the site to operate optimally. You can object to them and delete them by using the parameters in your browser, but your user experience may suffer as a result.

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Retention period: 13 months

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  • Statistical site traffic data

The IRD uses cookies to measure statistical site traffic data to adapt the site to visitors’ needs. These cookies allow the IRD to count the number of unique visitors, the number of pages seen, and the path visitors take through the site.

Name of cookie - Purpose - Retention period

__utma - Google Analytics site traffic statistics -2 years

__utmb - Google Analytics site traffic statistics - 30 minutes

__utmc - Google Analytics site traffic statistics - Length of navigation session

__utmt - Google Analytics site traffic statistics - 24 hours

__utmz - Google Analytics site traffic statistics - 6 months

_ga - Google Analytics site traffic statistics - 2 years

_gat - Google Analytics site traffic statistics - 1 minute

_gid - Google Analytics site traffic statistics - 48 hours

 

If you agree to having site traffic statistics collected, we will also collect your IP address which is made anonymous before being sent. Consequently, individuals cannot in any case be identified through this information.