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The law firm “Jubicon” respects website visitors’ privacy rights and recognizes the importance of protecting their personal data.
We usually collect only personal information that online visitors provide us on a voluntary basis, in order to provide them with information and / or services.
We receive personal information about you if you provide us with it of your own accord – for example, in order to send a message to mailboxes or to register in order to receive certain services.
In some cases, we will work on information about you when such processing is within the scope of our legitimate interests in the process of conducting legal activities, provided that such information processing does not violate your interests. We may ask you for individual consent to the processing of one or another block of your personal information, and the processing of your personal information will be carried out only after obtaining your consent. You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time by contacting the Jubicon Law Firm specifying the purpose for which your contact information was provided to us.
In order to constantly improve the quality of filling our website and related services, we regularly collect anonymous statistics. We use cookie-files installed by Google Analytics to analyze how you interact with our site, and also in order to generate statistics about the use of the website. This helps us to identify any irregularities in the work of the website and improve the overall impression of working with it. Google Analytics cookies contain randomly generated identifiers that help your browser to recognize it as you browse through the page. They do not contain any personal information, and they are used only for the purposes of web analytics.
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