Use of cookies

This privacy notice applies to Advokatfirmaet Wiersholm AS’ processing of cookies on our website.

When you visit our website, some cookies are transmitted to your device (mobile phone or PC). Cookies are small text files that, among other things, makes it possible to improve the user experience and analyse website usage. Our cookies are not associated with you personally. To us, this is anonymous information.

1. Overview of cookies

Below, you will find an overview of the cookies that are transmitted to your device when you visit our website

Information cookies are also stored when registering for our newsletters and seminars. In this context, cookies are used which are necessary for central functionality on the website.


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Source: InnoCraft Ltd

Purpose: To gain insight into user interactions on our website through anonymous recording, statistics and reporting. This entails counting the number of visitors, distinguishing between different visitors, remembering previous visits from the same unit, determining the beginning and the end of a visit (a session), indicating where (at area or country level, and in some cases which website) the visitor comes from and protecting the website. We do not use cookies for marketing purposes.

Which information is processed: Cookie-ID, type of unit, type of browser. The IP address is anonymized.

Who processes the information: These are first-party cookies. That means that we are the controller. Matomo is our data processor and does not use the information for their own purposes. The information is stored on Innocraft cloud servers.

2. Your consent

You consent to the use of cookies as long as you do not prevent or limit the acceptance of cookies in your browser settings. Please see links to how you may do this in the most common browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari. If you prevent or limit the acceptance of cookies, this may affect the functionality of our website.

3. Our social media pages

We also have pages on the following social media: Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

The social media providers transmit cookies to your device when you visit and use their services. In regards to the social media’s use of information about you, we encourage you to read their privacy policy.

For some of the data collected when you visit our pages on social media, we may act as joint controller with the provider (limited to the data we control or have access to).

These are aggregated data on visits and activity on our pages. We use such data for statistical and analytical purposes, such as measuring the number of likes, clicks and comments. To us, these are not personal data as we cannot link them to individuals.

We do not store the data ourselves, but have access to them as long as we maintain our page on the social medium. You may at any time delete information about yourself, e.g. by removing contents or reactions you have posted. Please note that your data will not be automatically deleted if you choose to unfollow our page.

4. Amendments to this privacy notice

We may amend this privacy notice from time to time. You will be notified if we make any significant amendments. The most up-to-date version of our privacy notice is available on our website.