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Cookies and Google Analytics
the anonymized IP address of your computer (your IP address is modified, which prevents anyone from connecting it to you),
the operating system of your device,
the pages consulted (the date, time and duration of your visits).
Google advertising cookies are used to gather demographic data and information on visitors’ centres of interest. The information is anonymized and cannot be associated with a specific person.
You can configure your browser to block cookies, but this may affect your experience and limit your access to certain functions.
Interactions with the government
You may communicate with the government through various secure tools, including telephone and online services.
Sending information by email is not entirely secure. For this reason, the government advises you against disclosing personal information, such as your social insurance number, in emails. The government does the same, by not answering your questions via email whenever this involves transmitting confidential data.
This information is sent to other public bodies only if the communication takes place in carrying out their mission, with the person’s consent, or if the disclosure of the information is required by law, according to the applicable legal framework. The government does not use the information to create user profiles.
Requests for access
You may submit a request for access to learn what personal information is held by public bodies. You may also make a request to have this information corrected.