Last updated: 01.07.2020
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
When you use the website Litigationinukraine.com, we place cookies on your device – small pieces of text that are sent to your device by the website Litigationinukraine.com. This helps the website Litigationinukraine.com to remember the information about your visit, including the selected language and other settings, which in turn can facilitate your next visit and make the site more useful for you. Our website www.golaw.ua may use different types of cookies.
A cookie (a small file with profile settings) makes it easier to use the website by recording the data needed to log in and collect statistics. You can also use the site without cookies. Cookies usually store your preferences on the site, such as the language you speak, the location (geolocation), etc. Most Internet users automatically accept cookies. They can be turned off at any time, or you can configure the search engine to report all instances involving sending files of this type.
Cookies can have a limited duration of one browsing session in the browser (so-called “session cookies” – automatically deactivated when the user closes the browser); or they may have a predetermined deadline (in this case they will remain stored and active on your hard drive until the set expiration date, continuing to collect information during various browsing sessions in the browser – so-called “persistent cookies”).
STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES
The website Litigationinukraine.com uses the following types of technical cookies, which do not require the consent of users, but for which Litigationinukraine, as a data collector is obliged to provide appropriate information:
a) Temporary or session cookies: they are important because they allow the user to go from one page to another on the site Litigationinukraine.com and view the types of legal services provided by the Litigationinukraine team. The information about them is not stored on the user’s device and they disappear when the browser is closed;
b) Persistent cookies: they are used solely to improve the speed of browsing sites, remembering certain settings selected by the user (eg, language selection, city of residence, etc.). Therefore, they are the tools used by Litigationinukraine to provide convenient efficient viewing, session stability, constant login settings throughout the session, and the selected country of navigation. They also remember the user’s choice of viewing certain elements of the page, such as informational and interactive banners.
In any case, users still have the opportunity to prevent the installation of strictly necessary cookies at any time, using the settings of the browser chosen; this means, however, that such settings can make the site slow, difficult, or even impossible to use.
While browsing Litigationinukraine.com, there are some cookies not directly controlled and managed by us. This happens, for example, if you visit a page that has the content of a third-party website.
Accordingly, it should be noted that Litigationinukraine is in no way involved in the processing of data collected through this type of cookies, given its status as a mere technical intermediary.
These analytics services help us find out how many users we have, which pages of our website are most popular, which browsers we use (so we can achieve maximum compatibility), the country or region where our users are located, and the demographics and interests of our users. This allows us to better understand who is using our site and how we can improve the navigation and content of the pages.
Google Analytics cookies can store information for up to two years. For more information on Google Analytics services, click here.
We want to present you personalized content; provide you only with the valuable, really useful and interesting information. This includes communicating with you through our marketing campaigns.
SOCIAL MEDIA COOKIES
The “Share” and “Like” buttons are linked to your social media accounts. This involves sharing some of your data for technical and security reasons.
DATA PROCESSING METHOD
Litigationinukraine collects and processes some of your personal data through cookies that are used directly on the site. The company will process your data only with electronic tools, fully automated, and without human intervention. Therefore, employees and employees of the Company will never have access to the content of your personal data obtained through cookies, which means that they will never be able to access and/or have direct personally identifiable information.
DISCLAIMER OF COOKIES
When you visit the site for the first time, you can either accept all cookies by clicking the “Accept” button or refuse to use them by clicking the “Refuse” button, which you will immediately see at the bottom of the page.
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You can also find more information about cookies at:
• by sending an official letter to the GOLAW office: 19B Institutska st., Suite 29, Kyiv, 01021, Ukraine
• by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org