Cookie policy


1. Who are we?

SPORT 2000 FRANCE is a simplified joint stock company with 14,105,191.27 euros capital and its registered office located in Route d’Ollainville 91520 EGLY, EVRY Commercial Register N° 421 925 918, Intracommunity VAT N° FR 31 421925918, SIRET N° 42192591800011, Tel.: +33 1.69.26.20.00, Fax: +33 1.69.90.32.89, email address: contact@sport2000.fr (hereinafter referred to as “the Company” or “we”). For more info on our company, click here.

Sport 2000 is a grouping of independent retailers operating under the Sport 2000 brand name, organised as a cooperative. The company specialises in the distribution of sports articles. In this respect, it offers a ski equipment rental service.

It operates this Internet site accessible by the general public on the URL address https://ski-hire-sport2000.co.uk/ (hereinafter referred to as the “site”). The aim of the site is to provide Internet users (that is to say any individual or entity that visits or uses the site, hereinafter referred to as the “users” or “you”), with information about the activity and services offered by the company, together with its latest news (special events, publications, etc.).

In addition, the site proposes functions to allow users to contact the company (contact request, spontaneous job application or response to a job vacancy, etc.) or register for the newsletter.

The company also sells its products / services via the site and offers users the possibility of creating a reserved space, subject to certain conditions.

The company uses cookies, tracers and similar types of technology (hereinafter referred to as “cookies) on the site. The latter are liable to be installed on the user’s browser subject to the choices and options made by the latter or which the latter may express at any time in line with this policy.

2. What is a cookie?

Cookies are files of a limited size, generally made up of letters and digits, deposited on a user’s browser by a web server to send status information to the browser and itself obtain information back from the browser. For example, status information may be a session identifier, language, expiry date, response domain, etc...

There are various types of cookies:

  • session cookies that disappear as soon as the user quits the browser or site;
  • permanent cookies that remain until their lifetime or validity has expired or until the user deletes them using the functions of his browser, for example;

3. Which cookies do we use and for what purposes?

3.1 Cookies needed by the site to function or improve the user experience

These cookies enable the site to function with optimum efficiency. Users can oppose their use and delete them using the settings of their browsers (see below). However, in this case, the user experience may be downgraded.

They are the following cookies:

Name Purpose Lifetime
1 sp2ktracker A cookie that enables the Internet user to be tracked and thus determine the origin of the reservation (national, minisite, vap, etc.) 30 jours
2 userChoices A cookie that enables customer reservation details to be stored (resort, date of stay, store, basket ID, etc.) 30 jours
3 APISID A cookie used by Google Maps 720 jours
4 HSID A cookie, in an encrypted numerically signed form, containing the user’s Google account identifier, together with the dates and times of the most recent logons. 720 jours
5 SID A cookie, in an encrypted numerically signed form, containing the user’s Google account identifier, together with the dates and times of the most recent logons. 720 jours

3.2 Visit statistics cookies

The purpose of these cookies is to obtain visit statistics: tests, measurements and audience, traffic, browsing and performance analysis.

They function on the basis of “unique visitor” identification, which then enables measurement of the number of visits, visitors, pages viewed, browsing period and path, visitor activity and interactivity with the site, visit frequency (site or site pages) and the performance of various site pages, etc.

Therefore, these cookies enable us to understand how users arrive on a site and to reconstitute their path. They are also designed to help us adapt the site to user browsing requirements and preferences.

They are the following cookies:

Name Purpose Lifetime
1 gaCookieConsent A cookie for audience measurement purposes 390 jours
2 _ga An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous 720 jours
3 _gat_UA-2373397-1 An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous Session
4 _gid An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous 1 jour
5 _ym_isad An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous 1 jour
6 _ym_uid An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous 720 jours
7 _ym_visorc_48332771 An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous Session
8 yabs-sid An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous durée illimitée
9 yandexuid An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous 120 mois
10 yp An identification cookie Google Analytics anonymous 120 mois

For more info, users should consult the information pages for the cookies of the publishers concerned, as indicated in the above table.

3.3 Interactivity and social network cookies

The site is based on certain functions proposed by third party sites, notably by means of social modules or plugins. In particular, these are:

  • share buttons via social networks;
  • lists (or threads) of tweets;
  • videos disseminated on the site;

Use of these functions may enable said third party sites to monitor the browsing of users on our site, whether or not, moreover, they are users of these third party sites (i.e. whether or not they have created an account on these sites) and whether or not they use the share buttons available on our site, etc..

The cookies used in this context are as follows:

Name Purpose Lifetime
1 socialCookieConsent A cookie for sharing purposes on social networks 390 jours

For more info, users should consult the information pages for the cookies of the publishers concerned, as indicated in the above table.

3.4 Advertising cookies

These cookies enable targeted advertising to be displayed (or behavioural/programmatic advertising) especially for you on our site according to your browsing profile and interaction with the internal sites that you visit.

They are the following cookies:

Name Purpose Lifetime
1 pubCookieConsent A cookie for commercial prospecting purposes 390 jours
2 KRTBCOOKIE_# Records a unique identifier that identifies the Internet user’s device when repeated visits are made to web sites that use the same advertising network. The identifier is used for targeted advertising purposes. 120 jours
3 IDE Used by Google DoubleClick to measure and indicate the action take by an Internet user after seeing or clicking on one of the advertiser’s ads, the aim being to measure the efficiency of an ad and show targeted ads to the Internet user. 390 jours
4 PUBMDCID Records a unique identifier that identifies the Internet user’s device when repeated visits are made to web sites that use the same advertising network. The identifier is used for targeted advertising purposes. 90 jours
5 put_# Records Internet user data, such as his IP address, geographic position, web sites visited and ads clicked on, with the aim of optimising the display of ads on the basis of the user’s movement around web sites using the same advertising network. 360 jours
6 WCM

Records Internet user data, such as his IP address, geographic position, web sites visited and ads clicked on, with the aim of optimising the display of ads on the basis of the user’s movement around web sites using the same advertising network.

Weborama tags record browsing data on the site, as well as some socio-demographic data (age, county, sex).

390 jours
7 WAM The DMP tag records the same data as WCM tags and retains this data which is only valid during the lifetime of the cookie. The data is kept for 13 months. 390 jours
8 Skiinfo ? ?
9 Bing Records Internet user data, such as his IP address, geographic position, web sites visited and ads clicked on, with the aim of optimising the display of ads on the basis of the user’s movement around web sites using the same advertising network. 360 jours
10 Facebook Records Internet user data, such as his IP address, geographic position, web sites visited and ads clicked on, with the aim of optimising the display of ads on the basis of the user’s movement around web sites using the same advertising network. Durée illimitée
11 Adwords Records Internet user data, such as his IP address, geographic position, web sites visited and ads clicked on, with the aim of optimising the display of ads on the basis of the user’s movement around web sites using the same advertising network. 360 jours
12 Leads Monitor Records Internet user data, such as his IP address, geographic position, web sites visited and ads clicked on, with the aim of optimising the display of ads on the basis of the user’s movement around web sites using the same advertising network.  Only functions with the Weborama AIMFAR tag. 360 jours
13 AIMFAR A cookie used to operate the Camino tool. Only functions with the LeadsMonitor tag. 30 jours
14 AID A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 150 jours
15 AFFICHE_W A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 90 jours
15 CONSENT A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 240 mois
16 DSID A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 14 jours
17 DEV A third party cookie used to personalise ads. Session
18 NID A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 180 jours
19 OTZ A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 30 jours
20 SAPISID A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 720 jours
21 SIDCC A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 90 jours
22 SSID A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 720 jours
23 UULE A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 1 jour
24 _xttrk A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 2 jours
24 _xttrk_ids A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 2 jours
24 _xttrk_mpub A third party cookie used to personalise ads. 2 jours

4. Consent

The installation of certain cookies is subject to the user’s consent. Thus, when a user visits the site, he is asked if he accepts the cookies for which consent is required before they are installed on his equipment. Cookies subject to consent in this way are only deposited if the user agrees by continuing to browse on another page of the site or by clicking on OK.

5. Deleting and/or rejecting cookies

The user has several options to delete and/or reject cookies, tracers or similar types of technology.

5.1 Browser settings

While most browsers are parametrized by default and accept the installation of cookies, if the user so wishes he can choose to accept all cookies or reject them systematically or choose those he accepts, depending on the issuer.

He can also parameterize his browser (needs to be done for each terminal: tablet, smartphone, PC, etc.) to accept cookies prior to installation or refuse them on a case-by-case basis. In addition, he can regularly delete cookies from his terminal via his browser.

The configuration of each browser differs for the management of cookies and user choices. It is described in your browser help menu which will tell the user how to modify his wishes in terms of cookies. For example:

The user can also view the CNIL guide, available on the following address: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.
The user can therefore set the parameters of his browser to refuse cookies. In this respect, the user’s attention is drawn to the fact that, by parameterizing his browser to refuse cookies, certain functions, pages and spaces on the site may not be accessible, for which the company cannot be held liable.

5.2 Site module

Our site also proposes below a cookies management module to enable the user to accept or refuse cookies..

5.3 Cookie publisher opt-out modules

Some publishers of cookies we use on our site propose dedicated opt-out modules. Users are therefore recommended to read the information pages indicated in the above tables (cf. details of the cookies we use) in order to identify these modules as necessary.

For example, users can read specific information on the Google Analytics additional deactivation module on the page: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=fr&ref_topic=2919631.They can also choose to directly deactivate Google Analytics cookies on the following page:https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

5.4 Opt-out platforms

Several advertising professionals platforms also offer users the possibility of refusing or accepting the cookies used by the companies belonging to the platforms. These centralised mechanisms do not block the display of ads but prevent the installation of cookies to adapt the ads to the user’s centres of interests..

For example, users can go to the www.youronlinechoices.com site to opt out of the installation of these cookies on their terminals. This site is proposed by digital advertising professionals that have grouped together to form the EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance), managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France.

Users can therefore obtain information on the companies registered with this platform, which offer the possibility of refusing or accepting the cookies they use to tailor the ads likely to be displayed on their terminals, in light of their browsing details: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/

This European platform is shared by a hundred or so Internet advertising professionals and constitutes a centralised interface allowing users to refuse or accept cookies liable to be used to adapt advertising displayed according to the browsing on their terminals.

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