When visiting the Website, MP Labo may place a cookie on the User’s computer.
A cookie is a small block of data sent to the browser by a web server and stored on the hard disk of the User’s computer. It records information relating to the navigation of the User’s computer on the site consulted (in particular the pages consulted) which the MP Labo can read during the User’s subsequent visits to the Website.
The User may oppose the recording of cookies by configuring his browser.
With Internet Explorer 5: click “tools”, “internet options”, “security” tab, “customise level” button, “cookies stored on your computer” section and click one of these three options: Enable (accept cookies), Request (allow cookies to be stored beforehand), Disable (do not accept any cookies).
With Internet Explorer 6: click on “tools”, “internet options”, “confidentiality” tab and then adjust the slider according to the chosen security level (from zero: accept all cookies to maximum: refuse all cookies).
If you are browsing the Internet with Navigator Gold 3 (Netscape): click “options”, “network preferences”, “protocols”. Among the various warnings you can activate, the first is entitled “warn before accepting a cookie”. You will then be warned when a cookie arrives and you will be able to prevent it from being saved by your browser.
With Netscape Communicator 4.75: In the Edit menu, select “Preferences” then click on the “Advanced” category, then click on one of the radio buttons (Accept all cookies, Accept only those sent back to the originating server, Reject all cookies).
If you have chosen to accept cookies, you can request to be notified of cookies received by Communicator by selecting : Warn me before accepting a cookie. Remember that you can also delete the cookies stored on your computer at any time individually by referring to your machine’s user manual.