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WHAT IS A COOKIE?

A cookie is a file that is stored on the device (computer, tablet or smartphone) that you use when you visit a website. The cookie makes it possible to identify your device and to collect information about the webpages and features that you visit with your browser.

Cookies can be divided into first party cookies and third party cookies. First party cookies are cookies that are placed and used by the owner of the website. Third party cookies are cookies placed and used by someone other than the owner of the website.

COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITES

e-Arbitration and third parties place session cookies that are deleted when you close your browser and persistent cookies that stay on your device after you have closed your browser. The purposes of the cookies are to:

  • Remember your preferences on our websites
  • Generate statistics on the use of our websites
  • Target marketing

In the cookie declaration at the bottom of the page, you can read more about the cookies used on e-Arbitration.com, the purposes of the cookies, who places them, and the duration of operation of the cookies. 

CONSENT TO THE USE OF COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITES

When you visit our website for the first time, your consent to our use of cookies is required. You consent by selecting the cookies that we are allowed to use and by clicking on “Allow selected cookies” or on “Allow all cookies”. Only then will cookies be placed on your device.  Next time you visit the website using the same browser you will not have to consent again, and cookies will still be placed. If you wish to refuse the use of cookies on our websites, except for the cookies that are necessary, you should click on “Allow only necessary cookies”.

HOW TO WITHDRAW YOUR CONSENT TO THE USE OF COOKIES

You can withdraw or change your consent to the use of cookies at e-Arbitration.com using the link Cookies in the footer of the website.

If you wish to refuse or delete cookies on your device, you can do so by changing your browser settings. Where to access the settings depends on the browser that you use, but please note that if you disable cookies you will not be able to use the features that require websites to remember your choices.

All browsers allow you to delete cookies, either one by one or all at once. How to do so, depends on the browser that you use. You can delete cookies on a computer by using the short-cut [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete]. If you use several browsers, you will have to delete cookies in all the browsers. Click on the links below to access the instructions for your specific browser.

Internet Explorer

Microsoft Edge

Chrome

Firefox

Safari

Opera

PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA AND COOKIES

When you consent to the use of cookies on our websites, we will process your personal data. You can read more about how we process your personal data in our personal data policy, available here.

FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES

The use of cookies is regulated in the “Statutory Order on Information and Consent Requirements in connection with Storage of or Access to Information in the End-User’s Terminal Equipment” (the “Cookie Order”). You can read more about the legal basis for the use of cookies in the Cookie Order and the Danish Business Authority’s Guidelines.

QUESTIONS ABOUT COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITES

If you have any questions about cookies on our websites or our cookie policy, please do not hesitate to contact us at:

Poul Schmith, Kammeradvokaten I/S

Vester Farimagsgade 23
DK-1606 Copenhagen V

CVR no. (business reg. no.): 64952811

E-mail: info@earbitration.co