Cookies are small files that may be stored on your device (PC, mobile phone or tablet) whenever you visit 3Dnatives.com This page explains how cookies work and the various browser options that are currently available to control their use.
A cookie is a small text file that may be stored on your device whenever you visit our website. The purpose of these cookies is to collect anonymous information relating to your web browsing and to use this to provide you with content that is compatible with your device and relevant to subjects that interest you. Cookies can only be read or modified by the website that issued them.
- To gather statistics relating to the number of visits and uses of the various elements of our website, including the number of pages viewed, the number of visits, activity, and frequency of return in order to monitor and improve our quality of service.
- To adapt the presentation of our website to suit your display preferences, language preference, resolution display, the operating system in use, etc.
- To make it easier for you to use our website. For example, by storing information entered into a form or the data that you have chosen to view, in order to provide you with information relevant to your interests.
Configuring your web browser
Your web browser can be configured to inform you of the presence of cookies as well as prohibit them from being stored on your device. Most web browsers are configured by default to allow the storage of cookies. However, you can at any time choose to disable cookies by configuring your web browser in the appropriate manner. Disabling some cookies may prevent you browsing certain aspects of the web site. The configuration options can usually be found on the ‘Tools’ or ‘Options’ tab of your web browser. However, it is not possible for us to provide complete and up-to-date information on all web browsers as this is entirely dependent on the individual software publishers.
Users can find more detailed information on the websites listed below:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer: Managing cookies:
- Mozilla Firefox: Managing cookies
- Google Chrome: Managing cookies
- Safari: Managing cookies
- Opera: Managing cookies
- More general information is available by going to the CNIL website at www.cnil.fr and searching for the keyword, ‘cookies’.
Please note that if you configure your web browser to refuse all cookies, some of the pages and features of our website will no longer be accessible.
About the CNIL (National Committee for Data Protection)
In compliance with articles 39 and 40 of the French data protection act (Act no. 2004-801 of August 6th, 2004) concerning data processing, files, and individual liberties, you have the right to access and modify your personal information.
3Dnatives has designated a special correspondent (CIL) to handle data processing and privacy issues, in compliance with article 22-III of the amended Act of 6th, January 1978. This correspondent keeps records of data processed internally and normally subject to declaration. It is notably in charge of ensuring the right to access and correct personal information. For any requests concerning personal information, please contact the CIL.
3Dnatives does everything in its power to ensure the accuracy and relevance of information posted on the website. However, 3Dnatives does not guarantee the accuracy, precision or exhaustiveness of information available via its website. Information presented on the website is not legally binding and is subject to change at any time.
Intellectual property rights
The content, texts (including press releases), videos, images, and animations that are posted or that are available on the website are protected by intellectual property law. Therefore, website visitors agree not to copy, translate, reproduce, sell, publish, use or broadcast any of the website’s content that is protected under intellectual property law without obtaining prior permission in written form from 3Dnatives.
Unless otherwise indicated, all brands and logos that are posted on the website are the property of 3Dnatives. Using our brand and logos without obtaining prior permission in writing is prohibited.