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Cookies

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Sigma Cookies
We use cookies primarily to enhance usability and user experience, deliver personalized content and offers, and analyze web traffic for statistical purposes. In line with the current data protection law (GDPR, effective May 25, 2018), we keep these cookies for 13 months.
1/ What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that’s stored on your device when you visit a website or view an ad. Their main function is to gather data on your browsing activity to offer you personalized services. Cookies are managed by your web browser.
2/ Different types of cookies
Our website uses various types of cookies for specific purposes. Some are essential for your use of our site.
 Functional cookies
These cookies are necessary for our website’s operation. They allow you to access key features like using the shopping cart or logging into your account. Without these cookies, normal use of our site would be compromised. These cookies are set by Sigma and are exclusively for operating our site.
Analytical cookies
These cookies help us track the usage and performance of our site to make improvements. For example, they identify frequently visited pages and user search queries. If you’ve subscribed to our newsletter, these cookies may also assess the effectiveness of our email campaigns to provide you with more personalized offers. You can unsubscribe at any time using the links at the top and bottom of our emails.
Advertising cookies

These cookies help us track the usage and performance of our site to make improvements. For example, they identify frequently visited pages and user search queries. If you’ve subscribed to our newsletter, these cookies may also assess the effectiveness of our email campaigns to provide you with more personalized offers. You can unsubscribe at any time using the links at the top and bottom of our emails.

3/ You can deactivate MicroSystem cookies by following the instructions below:

If you use Internet Explorer :

  • Open Internet Explorer and click on the Tools button, then select Internet Options.
  • In the General tab, go to Browsing history and click on Settings.
  • Click the View files button.
  • Sort the files alphabetically by clicking on the Name column header. Scroll down until you find files that start with the prefix “Cookie” (all cookies have this prefix and usually include the website that created them).
  • Locate and select any cookies with the name “Sigma,” then delete them.
  • Close the file list window and double-click OK to return to Internet Explorer.

If you use Firefox :

  • Navigate to the Tools tab in the browser, then select the Options menu.
  • In the window that opens, click on Privacy and then Delete specific cookies.
  • Find files that contain the name “Sigma,” select them, and delete.

If you use Safari:

  • In your browser, go to Edit > Preferences.
  • Click on Security.
  • Select Show cookies.
  • Find and select the cookies that contain the name “Sigma,” then click Delete or Delete all.
  • After deleting cookies, click on Done.

If you use Google Chrome:

  • Click on the Tools menu icon.
  • Choose Settings.
  • Navigate to the Privacy tab and click on Content settings.
  • In the Cookies section, click on Cookies and site data.
  • Find files that include the name “Sigma,”
  • select them, and delete.
  • Click Close to return to your browser.