When you access the CROSSTALENT site, you accept that cookies are placed on your different devices.
A cookie is a text file that is saved on the hard disk of the visitor’s computer at the request of the server managing the visited website. Cookies record information about the user’s browsing on the website (pages viewed, time / date etc.).
According to the CNIL, the period of validity of the consent of cookies is 13 months maximum. After 13 months the consent will have to be collected again.
Salesforce Pardot cookies
Pardot will track your activity as a visitor and prospect on the CROSSTALENT website and landing pages by installing cookies on browsers.
These cookies are set to store preferences when a visitor returns to the website. Pardot also installs a cookie for logged in users in order to maintain the session and memorize the table filters.
The cookies installed by Pardot are initially for tracking purposes and install third party cookies for redundancy. First-party and third-party cookies are the norm in the marketing automation industry. Pardot cookies do not store personally identifiable information but a unique identifier.
The three types of cookies that Pardot installs:
- The visitor cookie consisting of a unique visitor identifier and the unique identifier of your account. “12345” is the account identifier. This cookie is installed for all visitors by the Pardot tracking code.
- If your account follows the consent preferences, the pi_opt_opt_in cookie is installed with a true or false value when the visitor chooses to be followed or not
- A session cookie named “pardot” is installed when you are logged in as a Pardot user. This cookie is not placed on the visitor’s browser.
These Pardot cookies allow us to collect and analyze information on the site: number of pages viewed, number of visits, frequency of visits, visitor activity, etc.
Refuse and disable cookies
- Internet Explorer
More information about cookies
For a better knowledge and control of cookies of any origin and not only those of our Site, we invite you to consult the site http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/