BORN ADVOKATER – COOKIES POLICY
Born Advokater (”Born”) collect information with the help of cookies when you visit our website www.born.se. Cookies are text files with small pieces of data, that are stored on your device (such as your computer, mobile phone or tablet) when you visit a website. Cookies may enable a website to save certain information such as to remember your actions and preferences over a period of time so that you do not have to re-enter the information when revisiting the website or browsing from one page to another.
The information created by the cookies, that are placed when you visit our website, includes information such as anonymized IP address, the length of the visit, the number of page viewings, choices made and how you navigated to our website.
You choose whether you wish to provide consent to cookies being placed on your computer or other Internet-connected unit. Given consent can be revoked by you at any time. When you visit www.born.se, cookies that are necessary are also placed that do not require your consent.
There are two types of cookies; permanent and session cookies. Session cookies are stored temporarily on your computer when you, as a visitor, surf to and on our website. When you close your browser, all session cookies disappear. Permanent cookies remain on your computer until you remove them or the expiry date has passed.
For more information on cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies used on www.born.se and block or remove cookies
If you choose to refuse the cookies that we use on our website, this may result in the website not functioning correctly.
More information and right to complain
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority is the supervisory authority in the area. For more information about cookies, visit www.pts.se/en/.
If you have questions
Amendments to this policy
This policy may be updated, and any changes will be published on www.born.se. We therefore recommend that you regularly review this policy for any updates.
This policy was last updated on 1 December 2021.