Privacy statement Legal PAO
The Legal PAO uses safety procedures, among other things to prevent unauthorized access to data about visitor information.
Privacy and capture data
The Legal PAO is careful with information that visitors leave via the university websites. Personal data is carefully processed and secured. The legal PAO adheres to the requirements set by the General Regulation on Personal Data (AVG).
A cookie is a small file, which is sent along with web pages and stored by your browser on the hard disk of your computer. With these cookies we try to improve our future service and your experience when visiting our sites. Below you can read more about the cookies that are placed by web pages on the domains pao.nl and leidenlawconference.nl.
Functional and analytical cookies
Functional cookies (cookies that are necessary for the website to function) and analytical cookies that have little or no influence on your privacy are always placed when you visit our university websites. These are the following:
Via a pop-up on top of our website and a link at the top of the page, you can indicate whether or not you wish to accept all cookies from our websites. To remember your choice, this tool places a cookie in which your choice has been recorded.
The Legal PAO uses an external partner (DBOM) to manage and use Google Analytics. DBOM based in Haarlem is an online marketing agency.
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (Google). DBOM uses this service to keep track of how visitors use the website, with the aim of improving the website.
The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website will be transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google uses this information to keep track of how you use the website, to compile reports on website activity for website operators and to offer other services relating to website activity and internet usage.
DBOM has entered into a processor agreement with Google, stating that Google only acts as an editor when processing the personal data of our website visitors. Google may provide the information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. The Legal PAO has no influence on this.
We do not share data with Google other than for the above reasons and do not use other Google services in combination with the Google Analytics cookies, except for the mutual exchange of web statistics and campaign statistics with our Google AdWords account, in order to use website usage and conversion events. to keep up. The exchange of measurement data in this way has no or very limited influence on your privacy, as it does not collect personal information and we do not use this information to match advertisements to your personal preferences.
The information that Google collects is anonymised as much as possible in accordance with the advice of the Dutch Data Protection Authority. Your IP address is partially masked (ie the last octet).
In addition to the cookies mentioned in the previous paragraph, our websites want to use some additional cookies. Your permission is required for this. If you give permission for this via the cookie bar at the top or at the bottom of the website, or when you click through to a second page of the website and give permission, the following cookies are also placed.
On this website buttons are included to share web pages via social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. These buttons use pieces of code that come from these social media platforms. When web pages are shared with these buttons, cookies are placed.
For more information about what these social media platforms do with your (personal) data that they process via cookies, we refer to their own privacy statements. The Legal PAO has no influence on this.
You can change your preferences for the acceptance of cookies on our university websites at any time via the 'Remove cookies' or 'Reconsider cookies' link at the beginning of each page.
You can also use the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on to ensure that Google Analytics can not use your data.
Finally, you can manage cookies in your web browser or via the step-by-step explanation from the Consumers' Association.