Any information entered on the Business Data Partners (BDP) website may be recorded for exclusive processing by BDP upon your consent to contact you regarding an application or query. You have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data collected on this site, in accordance with the provisions of Data Protection Act.
To do so, please contact the web manager:
– by postal mail: Cobalt Business Exchange, Cobalt Park Way, Newcastle NE28 9NZ
– by mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Creation of hyperlinks to the BDP website is subject to prior approval by its Website administrator. BDP LTD shall not, in any case, be held liable for any hyperlinks from the BDP website to other external sites.
Reproduction or representation, integral or partial, of the pages, data, or any other component that makes up the site, by whatever process or support, is authorized, provided the source is acknowledged: Business & Decision.
We wish to inform you that you can prevent the installation of “cookies” on your computer by changing your browser’s settings.
What is a cookie ?
A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer when browsing a site. Their aim is to collect data relating to your browsing activities on those sites and to provide you with services tailored to your needs. Within your computer, cookies are controlled by your internet browser.
What are the cookies used for the Business Data Partners website ?
The BDP website uses the Google Analytics tool to collect anonymous statistical data on the usage of our site by the web user (for example : the most visited pages, the numbere of visits, the browsers used, …). By exploring our site, a Google Analytics cookie is sent to your device.
You can disable cookies by following the instructions below :
1. You use Internet Explorer web browser
In Internet Explorer, select ‘tools’, then ‘Internet Options’.
Under the ‘General’ tab, in the ‘Browsing history’ section, click on ‘settings’.
Click on the ‘view files’ button.
Click on the column header ‘Name’ to order all files alphabetically, then search for files starting with “cookie”(all cookies start with this ce prefix and usually contain the name of the website which sent the cookie).
Select all cookies containing “businessdatapartners” and delete them.
Close the popup with the list of files then click twice on ‘OK’ to return to Internet Explorer.
2. You use Firefox web browser
Go in the menu for ‘Tools’ in your browser and select ‘Options’
In the popup brought up, select the ‘Privacy’ tab and click on ‘remove individual cookies’
Find the files containing ‘energiesdufutur’, select and delete them.
3. You use Safari web browser
In your browser, select the menu ‘Edit’ > ‘Preferences…’.
Click on ‘Privacy’.
Click on ‘Details’.
Select all cookies containing the name “businessdatapartners” and click on ‘Remove’ or ‘Remove All’.
After you have deleted the cookies, click on ‘Done’.
4. You use Google Chrome web browser
Click on the icon for the tools menu.
Click on the text ‘Show advanced settings…’.
Click on ‘Content settings…’.
Click on ‘All cookies and site data…’.
Find all files containing “businessdatapartners”, select and delete them.
Click on ‘Done’ to return to your browser.