We respect the privacy of website visitors and ensure that the personal information you provide to us is treated confidentially. Personal data is processed in a manner, which is in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act.
Purposes of data processing
Your personal data will be processed by us for entering into and executing agreements regarding legal services and managing the resulting relationships, including carrying out activities aimed at increasing the client base. If you fill in a contact or registration form on the website, or send us an e-mail, the data you send us will be kept as long as is necessary, according to the nature of the form or the content of your e-mail, for it to be fully answered and processed.
Click behaviour and visitor data
General visit data is kept on the website. In this context, in particular the IP address of your computer, any user name, the time of request and data sent by a visitor's browser may be registered and used for statistical analyses of visiting and clicking behaviour on the website. We also use this data to optimise the functioning of the website. We try to anonymise this data as much as possible. These data are not provided to third parties.
We use Google Analytics to track how users use the website. The information thus obtained, including the address of your computer (IP address), is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
Google uses this information to track how our website is used, to provide us with reports on the website and to provide its advertisers with information on the effectiveness of their campaigns. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally required to do so, or insofar as these third parties process the information on Google's behalf. We have no influence on this.
Facebook and Twitter (social media)
The website includes buttons to promote or share pages on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. These buttons are realised by code provided by Facebook and Twitter themselves. Among other things, this code sets a cookie. Please read the privacy statement of Facebook and Twitter (which may change regularly) to see what they do with your personal data that they process with this code. This also applies to other social media channels.
We offer a newsletter through which we wish to inform interested parties about news in the field of ICT and internet law, our services and related matters. Your e-mail address is added to the list of subscribers only with your explicit consent. Each newsletter contains a link allowing you to unsubscribe. The newsletter subscriber file will not be provided to third parties.