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A cookie is a file that is deposited by your browser on your computer (or other medium) when you surf the Internet.
Cookies are accessible and recorded by the websites you visit.
The lost-found.org platform has chosen to use only the cookies necessary for displaying the full range of functions on the lost-found.org site.
You have the choice to configure your browser to accept the cookies or not.
You can choose to configure your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, inform you when a cookie is issued, its duration of validity and its content, as well as allow you to refuse its storage on your terminal, and delete your cookies periodically.
You can set your Internet browser to disable cookies. Please note, however, that if you disable cookies, the display of our online reporting service may be disrupted or inaccessible. For more information on how you can delete and control cookies stored on your computer, please visit: allaboutcookies.org/en/
Settings for your browser
- Open Mozilla Firefox
- Press the “Alt” key
- In the menu at the top of the page click on “Tools” and then “Options”.
- Select the “Privacy” tab
- In the drop-down menu to the right of “Retention Rules”, click on “Use custom settings for history”.
- A little further down, uncheck “Accept cookies”.
- Save your preferences by clicking on “OK”.
- Open Internet Explorer
- In the “Tools” menu, select “Internet Options”.
- Click on the “Privacy” tab
- Click on “Advanced” and uncheck “Accept”.
- Save your preferences by clicking “OK”.
- Open Google Chrome
- Click on the tool icon in the menu bar
- Select “Options”
- Click on the “Advanced Options” tab
- In the “Cookie Settings” drop-down menu, select “Block all cookies”
- Open Safari
- In the top menu bar, click on “Safari” and then “Preferences”
- Select the “Security” icon
- Next to “Accept Cookies”, check “Never”.
- If you want to see the cookies that are already saved on your computer, click on “Show Cookies”.
Websites can only access the cookies they have stored on your computer.
User Consent While Browsing
Certain functionalities of our online reporting service are associated with the square.com security platform.
These cookies come from our platform lost-found.org and our partner square.com.
You can always manage the cookies we deposit, for example by adjusting your browser settings. If you wish to disable cookies, receive a notification when a cookie is placed on your device, or delete all cookies stored on your device, please adjust your browser settings accordingly (usually found in the “Help” or “Internet Options” tabs in your browser).
If you delete some or all of the cookies that Square uses, your experience on our websites may be affected, for example, you may not be able to view certain parts of the report form or receive personalized content when you visit this website.
If you use different devices to view our websites (e.g., your computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.), you will need to ensure that each browser on each device meets your cookie preferences.
Square is used to make a financial payment by credit card on our online reporting service.
Square uses these cookies to remember who you are and process payments without storing credit card information on our servers.
We do not store any credit card information on our servers.
The publisher of the lost-found.org website will not have access to the payment information as it only passes through the payment provider square.com
The general conditions of the payment provider are available at the following address: https://squareup.com/ca/en/legal/general/cookie
Your Internet browser allows you to access the elements related to the display of a page, including the list of cookies used when displaying a web page.
The most common way to do this is to right-click with your mouse on the page you want to view
and go to the “Examine Code” option.
Then you need to reach the “Applications” tab, cookies are usually listed there.