When you browse the haliotis2 website, cookies may be installed on your computer.


A cookie is a file placed and stored on your hard drive by the server of the website you are visiting. When you navigate on haliotis2, information relating to your navigation is likely to be recorded in cookie files.
Cookies will facilitate your navigation on our site.
Cookies may be issued by our partners in order to personalise the advertising offer that we may send you outside the site, subject to the choices you have expressed concerning cookies and which you can modify at any time. 


When you log on to the site haliotis2, a banner informs you that cookies are used. You can refuse this use by configuring your Internet browser to this effect (see below).
Cookies are used to: compile statistics on visits to our site in order to monitor and improve the quality of our services; adapt the ergonomics and presentation of our site to your terminal’s display preferences; store information entered in registration or account creation forms; manage and secure access to reserved areas such as your account using identifiers or data that you have previously entrusted to us.


Different types of cookies are generated during your visit to our site. We use four types of cookies:

  • functional cookies
  • analytical cookies
  • social media cookies

Functional cookies: these cookies enable you to browse and use the site’s functions, such as access to protected areas (e.g. saving your basket, online payment, etc.). Without these cookies, these functions are not possible.
We use these cookies in particular to :

  • remember information from one page to another, for example if you complete an order online;
  • store your preferences such as language, location, number of search results to be displayed, etc. ;
  • retain your optimal video display settings, such as buffer size and screen resolution details ;
  • read your browser settings so that the site can be displayed optimally on your screen;
  • identify potential misuse of our site and services, for example by recording several consecutive unsuccessful connection attempts;
  • give you the opportunity to insert a comment.

Analytical cookies: these cookies collect information about your browsing habits on our site (e.g. pages regularly consulted, receipt of error messages, etc.) and enable you to browse in a more relevant and user-friendly way.
We use these cookies in particular to :

  • track the number of users of our web pages;
  • track the time spent by each user on our web pages;
  • to determine the order in which a user consults the various pages of our site;
  • identify the pages of our site that need to be improved;