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Cookie Policy

The www.reberlaw.ch website uses cookies and similar technologies to differentiate you from other users. By using cookies, we are able to provide you with a more user-friendly experience and improve the website by collecting usage data. If you have any questions about our cookie policy, please contact us at the email address below. By clicking on the "OK" button on the pop-up window, you declare your acceptance of our cookie policy. If you do not agree with our cookie policy, please leave the website and refrain from using it.

Definitions

In this Cookie Policy, the following terms have the following meanings:

"Cookie" describes a file that the website places on your device when you visit certain parts of the Website and/or when you use certain features of the website;

"Cookie Legislation" means the relevant parts of the Universal Service and User Rights Directive for Electronic Communications Networks and Services (EC Directive of 25 November 2009) and the EU Regulation 2016/679 on Data Protection ("DSGVO");

"Terminal Device" means computers, mobile devices, tablets and any other device that permits consultation, visit and use of the website.

"Personal data" means data relating to a specific individual who can be identified directly or indirectly from such data within the meaning of the Swiss Data Protection Act (DSG) or the DSGVO; and

"REBER" or "we" means REBER Rechtsanwälte KlG, Utoquai 43, 8008 Zurich.

"Website" means the website www.reberlaw.ch, with all sub-pages and contents.

REBER is the owner and operator of the website. You can contact us at the above address or at dataprotection@reberlaw.ch

Use of cookies by our website

The website may place and access certain cookies on your device. We use cookies to make the use of the website easier and more user-friendly and to provide you with information and services. Cookies are carefully selected by us and measures are taken to protect your privacy and personal data from unauthorized access.

By using the website, certain third party cookies from other websites, services and/or providers may be placed on your terminal device..

Social Media Plug Ins

On our website social media plug-ins of the platforms LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Xing etc. are used to recommend and share our articles and news in the social networks LinkedIn, Xing, Twitter and Facebook. The responsibility for the data protection compliant operation lies with the respective providers. We recommend that you check the data protection policies of the respective social media platforms before clicking on the corresponding icons on our website. The integration of the Social Media Plug-Ins takes place via www.addthis.com. By using the plug-ins, data is transmitted abroad, but only if you are registered with your profile on the corresponding platform. We have neither influence nor access to cookies, which are set by providers of social networks. For this reason, reference is made to the respective data protection declarations of the respective providers. For the AddThis service we refer to https://www.addthis.com/privacy/terms-of-service/

Consent and verification

Before cookies are placed on your terminal device, our cookie policy appears in a bar at the bottom of the screen with a request for permission to place these cookies. By giving your consent, you enable us to offer you a user-friendly query of our website. You may refuse to consent to the placement of cookies unless they are required for use. If you refuse consent, you accept that certain functions of the website may not be fully or optimally used.

In addition to the checks carried out by us, you can activate or deactivate cookies in your Internet browser. With most Internet browsers, you can also decide whether you want to deactivate all cookies or only cookies from third parties. By default, most Internet browsers are set to accept cookies. However, this setting can be changed. Further details can be found in the help menu of the internet browser you are using.

Changes to the Cookie Directive

REBER reserves the right to change or amend this Cookie Policy at any time. Changes will be binding upon first use of the website after the change. We therefore recommend that you consult the Cookie Directive on a regular basis.

If individual provisions of the current Cookie Directive conflict with older versions, the newer version will take precedence.

Contact address

If you would like to learn more about REBER's use of cookies, please contact dataprotection@reberlaw.ch

The representative in the EU is:

VGS Datenschutzpartner UG
Am Kaiserkai 69
20457 Hamburg
Germany

info@datenschutzpartner.eu