The website uses computer files called “cookies” which are placed on the user’s computer terminal.

This charter relating to the use of cookies (hereinafter the “Cookies Charter”) therefore aims to inform users of the terms of use of cookies on the Site and to give them all the instructions for, where applicable. where applicable, accept or refuse the use of these cookies through a dedicated module.

This Cookies Charter supplements the ‘Privacy Policy’. Terms preceded by a capital letter and not defined within this Cookies Charter are defined within the framework of the ‘Privacy Policy’.

Article 1 – What is a “cookie”?

A cookie is a computer file in the form of a text file (in .txt format) of only a few kilobytes, composed of various characters such as letters, numbers or symbols.

The cookie is sent by the computer server of the site you are visiting and is placed on the storage medium of your computer, your tablet or your smartphone, depending on the type of computer terminal you are using.

Generally speaking, the cookie only contains certain information that allows you to be identified, directly or indirectly, such as the name of the site server which placed it, a session identifier, an expiration date, or even information on navigation within the website you are visiting, such as the pages browsed, for example.

The primary purpose of the cookie is to communicate with the browser software you use on your device. The cookie sends information to this browser and allows information to be sent back to the site that placed the cookie, mainly to enable navigation. The cookie then stores, for example, a session identifier, the language used, the pages of the site visited or even the management of your account, depending on the case and the way in which the cookie was designed.

Cookies can be strictly technical and necessary, in particular to recognize you when you return to a site after leaving it, or to establish a secure connection during an online transaction. The cookie can also be used to establish statistics, audience or performance measurements, or even advertising targeting in order to offer you advertisements adapted to your tastes as they result in particular from your internet browsing.

The site ‘’ does not practice any advertising targeting.


Article 2 – What do the legislation and regulations say about cookies?

The Data Protection Act, adopted as an adaptation of the European General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”), includes certain obligations for those responsible for processing personal data who use cookies on their website.

Internet users must be informed of the use of cookies and consent to this use, unless they are purely technical cookies (such as those used for example to operate the shopping cart or to store the information in memory). language of the website visited). In the latter case, the Internet user's consent is not required and only his information is necessary.

Furthermore, the National Commission for Information Technology and Liberties (“CNIL”), which is the independent authority in charge in France of compliance with the Data Protection Act, has adopted new guidelines, supplemented by a recommendation from September 17, 2020, requiring publishers of websites that use cookies to obtain explicit consent from users for the use of cookies that are not purely technical (the “Recommendation”).

According to the Recommendation, consent must result from a clear positive act. Contrary to previous practices, continuing to browse a website can no longer constitute an expression of presumed consent.

This is the reason why the site broadcasts, when you first connect, a banner on the home page intended to warn you of the use of cookies and to allow you to configure this use, cookie by cookie, using a dedicated module accessible via the banner as well as at the footer of the site.


Article 3 – Who is responsible for the processing carried out by cookies?

The data controller is Ms. Soethe Vera, as well as Mr. Weber Jens, co-managers and managers of burro-net, SARL with capital of €1,500, whose head office is at 2bis rue Sébastien Bonay in 66400 Céret, registered in the Registry of commerce and companies of Perpignan under the Siret number: 503 676 124 00038

For any questions relating to the use of cookies on the websites, please send us an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Article 4 – What are the purposes of the cookies used on our websites?

We inform you that the cookies we use on our websites, on the day of adoption of this Cookie Charter, have the following purposes:

  • Purely technical cookies: we use cookies whose purpose is exclusively for the proper functioning of the website. These include cookies responsible for storing the language of the website, storing the access details of the user who created an account on the site, as well as cookies necessary for the execution of the process. of the sale and everything related to this process (keeping the basket in memory, managing communication between the payment module and the site, etc.)
  • Cookies intended to establish visit statistics: these are Google Analytics cookies, which allow page views to be counted;
  • Cookies intended to allow sharing on social networks: these are cookies allowing the content of a page to be shared on Facebook, in particular.

The average lifespan of a cookie is 13 months.


Article 5 – How to configure the use of cookies on our Site?

In accordance with the Recommendation, our websites offer you the possibility of very finely configuring the use of cookies in order to consent to the use of cookies or refuse it.

To do this, simply use the dedicated module. Each cookie can either be validated by you, which means that you consent to its use, or be blocked. Your decision is not final: it is stored in memory, but you can reconsider the choice expressed at any time by using the dedicated module again.

Proof of consent (or refusal) to the use of cookies is kept by ‘ordi66’ through a cookie.


Article 6 – Is it possible to configure my browser to manage cookies?

Yes, even if the CNIL now requires consent to be obtained cookie by cookie or purpose by purpose, internet browsing software publishers continue to offer the ability to manage cookies directly at the browser level.

The method varies according to the different browsers most used today, as well as according to browser versions.

For the main browsers on the market, here are the steps allowing you to configure your internet browsing software and thus, if necessary, block all or parts of cookies.

These manipulations may change over time, as the software is updated. We invite you to consult the pages dedicated to cookies of the publishers of this software to have the most up-to-date version.


1.If You use the Edge Internet browser (Microsoft)

To open Edge, click the “Start” button, then click “Edge,” as appropriate. Click the “Tools” button, then click “Internet Options.” Click the “Privacy” tab, then under “Settings,” move the slider up to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies, then click “OK.” Blocking cookies may prevent some web pages from displaying correctly.

2. If You use the Mozilla Firefox browser

Select the “Preferences” menu, then the “Privacy” panel. In the History box, select the “Firefox uses custom settings for history” option. Then check the “Accept cookies” box to enable cookies or deactivate it to refuse them.

Firefox also offers you the possibility to define the retention period of cookies and, for example, ensure that they are deleted when closing the browser.

3. You use the Safari browser (macOS or iOS)

By default, Safari only accepts cookies and website data from sites You have visited. You can change your preferences so that Safari always accepts or blocks cookies and other website data.

In Safari, select the "Preferences" tab, then click "Privacy" and select an option for "Cookies and other website data."

In iOS 12, it is only possible to “Block all cookies”. The system then informs You, if You select this option, that the websites may not work and that cookies and other site data on Your device will be deleted. The software also allows you to select the “Prevent cross-site tracking” option, which theoretically makes it impossible to track cross-websites and use cookies for retargeting purposes.

4. If You use the Google Chrome browser

Click the “Tools” menu icon, then select “Advanced Options” to access the “Privacy” menu. Here, you can select different options, such as “Block all cookies” or “Only block third-party cookies”.


Article 7 – How to delete cookies?

If You do not wish to oppose the use of cookies but simply delete some of them, here is the method to follow depending on the browser You are using.

1) If You use the Edge browser (Microsoft)

    • Click the “Tools” button, then click “Internet Options.”
    • Then, under the “General” tab, under “Browsing History,” click “Settings.”
    • Then click on the “Show Files” button.
    • Click the "Name" column header to sort all files alphabetically,
    • Then go through the list until you see files starting with the prefix "Cookie".
    • Select it or the cookies you want to delete and delete them.
    • Then close the window which contains the list of files, 
    • Then click “OK” twice to return to Internet Explorer.

2) If You use the Mozilla Firefox browser

    • Go to the “Tools” tab of the browser then select the “Options” menu. In the window that appears, select the “Privacy” tab and click “Show Cookies”. Locate the files you want to delete. Select them and delete them.

3) If You use the Safari browser (macOS or iOS)

    • From the menu bar, choose “Safari” then “Preferences”. Then click on the “Privacy” tab and “Details”. The latest version of Safari tells you how many cookies are stored on your computer. You can either delete all cookies at once, or only delete those you no longer want.
    • Then select the cookies you want to delete and click “Clear”. After deleting cookies, click “Done”.
    • To clear your cookies when using Safari on iOS 8 or later, tap “Settings,” then “Safari,” then “Clear History and Site Data.” To clear other stored information, tap “Settings,” “Safari,” “Advanced,” then “Site Data” and then “Delete All Site Data.”

4) If You use the Google Chrome browser

    • Click the “Tools” menu icon, then select “Advanced Options” to access the “Privacy” menu. Here, click on the “Show Cookies” button. Then select the cookies you want to delete and click “Clear”. After deleting cookies, click “Close”.


Article 8 – How can I obtain more information on this subject?

In accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act and the GDPR, you have at any time the right to access, rectify, modify and delete personal data concerning you if they are inaccurate, incomplete, ambiguous or outdated.

You also have the right to object, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning You. However, such opposition will probably make it impossible for you to continue using our websites.

You can exercise these rights by sending an e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..